Laws and Rules for Florida Engineers (Renewal Cycle 2019-2021)
In Laws and Rules for Florida Engineers (Renewal Cycle 2019-2021), you'll learn ...
- Changes to the requirements for licensure by endorsement
- Recent changes to the continuing education requirements for Florida engineers
- Changes in the penalties for unlicensed practice of engineering
- The details and outcome of recent disciplinary cases
This course provides a review of all the recent changes to the laws and rules that govern the practice of engineering in the state of Florida.
The course begins with a brief overview of the sections of the Florida Administrative Code and the Florida Statutes that are applicable to professional engineers, as well as the roles of the Board and the Florida Engineering Management Corporation (FEMC).
The next three sections cover changes to the following regulations that were adopted, repealed or amended between March 1, 2015 and February 28, 2017:
- Chapter 471, F.S., The Florida Engineer Licensure Law
- Chapter 61G-15, F.A.C., The Rules of the Florida Board of Professional Engineers
- Chapter 455, F.S., Relating to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation
The course concludes with some recent examples of disciplinary cases and unlicensed practice cases in the state of Florida.
Specific Knowledge or Skill Obtained
This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Recent changes to Chapter 471, F.S., The Florida Engineer Licensure Law
- Recent changes to Chapter 61G-15, F.A.C., The Rules of the Florida Board of Professional Engineers
- Recent changes to Chapter 455, F.S., Relating to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation
- Specifics of the rewrite to 61G15-20, which covers how one can apply to be a licensed professional engineer
- Updates for new applicants on how the required experience is measured
- Updates to the qualifications for Special Inspectors of Threshold Buildings
- Changes to the grace period for professional engineers on active duty in the military or are a spouse to someone on active duty
- Examples of disciplinary cases and unlicensed practice cases
Certificate of Completion
You will be able to immediately print a certificate of completion after passing a multiple-choice quiz consisting of 12 questions. PDH credits are not awarded until the course is completed and quiz is passed.
|This course is applicable to professional engineers in:|
|Florida (P.E. Laws & Rules)|