Here is a summary of the engineering continuing education requirements mandated by the Delaware Association of Professional Engineers.
|Hours Required||24 hours biennially
|Renewal Dates||June 30 of even-numbered years|
|Board Approval||The Board does not pre-approve providers or specific courses. Each engineer must determine whether an activity meets the Board’s requirements.|
|Approved Content||Any course, seminar or activity with a clear purpose and objective that will maintain, improve or expand the skills and knowledge relevant to the professional practice of engineering. Regular job duties are not considered qualified activities.|
|Approved Activities||Distance learning courses are specifically listed as approved activities. There is no limit on the number of hours that can be earned through distance learning.|
|PDH Carryover||A maximum of 15 PDH may be carried forward into the next renewal period. Credits earned between July 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014 can be carried forward to comply with the continuing education mandate for the renewal on June 30, 2016.|
Last updated on November 26, 2013
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