Here is a summary of the engineering continuing education requirements mandated by the New Hampshire Board of Professional Engineers.
|Hours Required||30 PDH biennially|
|Renewal Dates||The last day of the month of the licensee’s birth. The year of the renewal is based on the year of initial licensure. Licenses initially issued in even-numbered years renew in even-numbered years. Licenses initially issued in odd-numbered years renew in odd-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||Technical, ethical, or managerial content relevant to the practice of engineering.|
|Approved Activities||The board specifically lists internet-based courses as acceptable. There is no limit on the number of credits that may be earned using online courses.|
|PDH Carryover||A maximum of 15 PDH may be carried forward into the next renewal period.|
Last updated on September 17, 2012
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