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North Dakota's professional engineer licenses renew December 31 based on your year of original license. You will need 30 PDH in order to renew.
North Dakota's Board requires that at least 20 PDH must be in technical areas that directly safeguard the public's health, safety and welfare including technical professional management subjects such as total quality process or technical engineering. A maximum of 10 PDH may be in non-technical professional management subjects, such as ethics or administration-oriented courses.
The Board lists a number of different acceptable continuing education activities, including online courses. The Board states, "A correspondence course, videotaped programs, and online courses (self-study) must require the participant to show evidence of achievement with a final graded test."
Note that all PDHengineer courses require the completion of an online multiple-choice quiz with a passing grade of 70%. While you may attempt the online quiz as many times as necessary at no additional charge, you will not be able to access your certificate of completion until you pass the quiz.
Over the years, thousands of engineers from around the country have relied on PDHengineer.com for affordable high quality continuing education that meets the requirements of their state licensing boards.
Online courses from PDHengineer have been accepted by the North Dakota board. In fact, we've never had one of our courses rejected by ANY state engineering board. We're confident enough to offer an iron-clad money back guarantee. If any PDHengineer.com online course is rejected by your state engineering board for any reason, you get your money back. Period.
North Dakota Professional Engineers can earn all of the required PDH using online courses such as those on PDHengineer.com. And, if you'd prefer to attend a live, interactive web-based seminar, PDHengineer offers several choices. Seats are still available for our popular webinars, and like our online courses, web seminars from PDHengineer.com carry the iron-clad money back guarantee.
The North Dakota board requires that at least 20 PDH be in technical areas that directly safeguard the public's health, safety or welfare. You may take up to 10 PDH in professional management subjects such as total quality process, ethics, or administration-oriented computer classes.
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Below is a summary of the Board's continuing education requirements for engineers licensed in the state of North Dakota:
|Hours Required||30 PDH biennially|
|Renewal Dates||December 31 depending on initial year of licensure|
|Course Approval||The Board does not require pre-approval for providers or specific courses. Each engineer must determine whether an activity meets the Board's requirements.|
|Course Content||At least 20 PDH must be in technical areas that directly safeguard the public's health, safety and welfare including technical professional management subjects such as total quality process or technical engineering. A maximum of 10 PDH may be in non-technical professional management subjects, such as ethics or administration-oriented courses.|
|Online Courses||Accepted. For Professional Engineers, there is no limit on the number of PDHs that can be earned through online continuing education.|
|PDH Carryover||A maximum of 15 PDH may be carried forward into the next renewal period|
Last updated on June 14, 2011
For complete information on the Board's current continuing education requirements, visit the website of the North Dakota State Board of Registration for Engineers and Land Surveyors.
Disclaimer: The information listed above represents a summary of the Board's requirements and is provided solely for the convenience of PDHengineer.com's users. While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, Decatur Professional Development, LLC and its affiliate PDHengineer.com make no guarantee regarding the accuracy or completeness of the data listed above. It is the responsibility of each engineer to investigate the Board's rules to ensure his/her own compliance. You are strongly encouraged to contact the Board directly for a complete listing of the Board's current requirements.