Here is a summary of the engineering continuing education requirements mandated by the Utah Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors Licensing Board.
|Hours Required||30 PDH biennially|
|Renewal Dates||March 31 of 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||The course must have an “identifiable clear statement of purpose and defined objective for the educational program directly related to the practice of a professional engineer or professional structural engineer.”|
|Approved Activities||Online courses are specifially shown as accepted, provided there is a test to document that the registrant has learned the material in the course. PDHengineer’s courses meet this requirement.|
|PDH Carryover||A maximum of 15 PDH may be carried forward into the next renewal period.|
Last updated on December 29, 2016
PDHengineer credits have been accepted by the Utah Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors Licensing Board, as well as all other U.S. state boards that mandate continuing education for engineers. In fact, no PDHengineer course or webinar has ever been rejected by a state licensing board. We’re so confident about the acceptability of our PDH credits that every PDHengineer course and webinar comes with the PDHengineer Triple Guarantee:
If your state licensing board does not accept any PDHengineer course or webinar:
- We will give you a full refund
- We will pay for a replacement course or webinar
- We will pay any associated license renewal penalties or late fees
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.