PDH for Professional Engineers License Renewal
Online Continuing Education for Engineers
4 Facts You Must Know Before You Pick a PDH Provider
Does your PDH provider …
1. Publish REAL courses or just copies of government documents?
2. Have a history of courses being rejected by state licensing boards?
3. Have LEGITIMATE subject matter experts or does one guy “write” all the courses?
4. Have a thorough understanding of every state’s PDH requirements and a working relationship with the Boards’ staff?
“I like it. I find it very informative and worthwhile to use these courses to fulfill the annual PDH requirement. I’ve learned a lot so far.”
“It was good. Everything worked as it should have using the online training. I have taken other courses, but these seemed to work better.”
“It’s nice to know that there are effective ways to further educate and obtain PDH requirements without having to travel or miss work.”
As you sit at your computer reading this, state boards are tightening their compliance monitoring and rejecting PDH credits during audits. You need to switch to PDHengineer because most other online PDH providers are just too risky to chance.
State boards require PDH courses to be authored by persons who are well-qualified by education or experience to teach the subject matter. Most online PDH providers have multitudes of courses that are simply U.S. government technical manuals and whitepapers. These providers list one engineer who is the “author” of dozens of courses covering a broad range of topics in multiple engineering disciplines.
As I’m sure you already know, it’s impossible for one person to be well-qualified in all engineering disciplines. As such, many of these courses are not acceptable for PDH credit and may be rejected when you’re audited by your state licensing board. What will you do when you open the mailbox and find a letter from the Board stating that your license has been suspended?
Now that you know the truth, it’s time to start using PDHengineer to earn your PDH credits.