Here is a list of the most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about PDH Webinars from PDHengineer users. If you are unable to locate the answer to your questions on this page, please contact us using the Live Support Chat link at the bottom right side of the page, email us at, or call toll-free 1-877-PDHengineer (1-877-734-3644).

Webinars earn PDH credits for engineers in all states. For PEs licensed in Wisconsin, and Iowa, webinar credits are counted as live contact hours and will fulfill your state board requirements. In states that limit the number of online courses that can be taken, such as Iowa, Nebraska, and Ohio, webinars can be used to fulfill your entire PDH requirement. Remember that you are protected by the PDHengineer Triple Guarantee. Each of our webinar overview pages includes a full list of states for which the webinar can be used as continuing education credits. You can find a recap of your state’s specific requirements on our state information pages.

Attention Wisconsin Engineers: PDHengineer’s webinars are designed to meet the Wisconsin Board’s “live training” requirement.

Attention Iowa Engineers: PDHengineer’s webinars are designed to meet the Iowa Board’s “live training” requirement and are not subject to the rules as a “self-study course.”

Attention Ohio Engineers: The Ohio Board requires that you pass a short quiz after webinar attendance. Please contact our Customer Service Team at 1-877-PDHengineer (1-877-734-3644) for details.

Attention Nebraska Engineers: Webinars are not subject to the limits imposed for online courses. Webinars can be used to fulfill you entire PDH requirement.

The simple answer is “no.”

For a PDHengineer webinar you can connect with your landline, cellphone, or no phone at all by using your computer’s audio and microphone. Using your computer’s audio eliminates the need for a telephone.

After purchasing and enrolling in a webinar, you can navigate to to be linked directly to the webinar site. Feel free to bookmark this page if you plan on attending multiple webinars.

In order to create the live, interactive environment, PDHengineer’s webinars use both audio and video. And, there are several ways to connect:

  • Video
    • Using your desktop computer, laptop, or tablet, the video connection requires a high-speed internet connection such as DSL or cable. A home or office WiFi connection generally works well, but in some cases, a public WiFi network such as those at coffee shops, hotels, or restaurants can be too slow and may be troublesome.
    • For iPad or Android users, a free app is available in either the Apple Store or Google Play Store.
  • Audio — Use your landline, your cell phone, or no phone at all!
    • Landline and cell phone users will call in to establish the audio connection. For your comfort, it is suggested that you use a speakerphone or headset to connect.
    • If you prefer to use your computer’s audio and microphone, a link appears upon log in to the webinar site that will guide you through connection. It is suggested that you test audio prior to the webinar and that you log in 30 minutes before the webinar begins in order to verify two-way communication.

All participants are required to make both audio and video connection to the webinar. Our system supports both Windows and Apple operating systems. While we do not suggest using a smartphone to view a webinar, depending on your phone’s capabilities, it may be an option. Unfortunately, due to the large number of smartphones with varied capabilities, our tech support department cannot provide assistance for issues involving smartphone viewing.

About 10 minutes before the scheduled starting time, go to After clicking on the link, you will be asked to enter your name and email address.

Of course, our Customer Service Team is available to help if you have any questions about accessing the webinar. Our toll-free number is 1-877-PDHengineer (1-877-734-3644). A dedicated team of tech support professionals is available to help with more complex issues. The toll-free number can be found on the webinar log in page

If you have misplaced the purchase receipt showing the login information, just go to the My Account page and select My Courses to find a link to the webinar access information.

After you have attended the webinar, return to the website and click the My Account link at the top of any of our pages. Once you have logged in, select My Courses and Webinars to view the list of courses and webinars you have purchased. Click on the webinar title, then from the Course Homepage select Take Survey.

Once you have completed the short survey regarding how well the webinar met the learning objectives, you will see a link that allows you to download and print your certificate. If you wish to view the certificate or print additional copies in the future, simply click My Courses and Webinars from the My Account menu to see a link to download the certificate.

Please note that only Ohio-licensed engineers must pass a quiz to receive a certificate of completion.

PDHengineer can accommodate groups attending from the same location with special pricing. This is a convenient way to assure that your entire engineering staff receives first-class continuing education at an affordable price. For more information, visit our Got a Group? page.

Simply put, a webinar or web seminar is an online, interactive seminar held live. You will have all of the advantages of an in-person instructor without leaving your home or office. Web seminars offer two-way communication between you, the instructor, and the others attending the seminar.

PDHengineer’s Webinar Calendar is an easy way to view webinars scheduled for the next several weeks. Icons at the top of the calendar will allow you to scroll several months in advance; however it is good to remember that many webinars are added to the calendar at later dates, so please check back often. The webinar listings are color-coded to indicate the area of practice the webinar will primarily appeal to, although many of our webinars are designed to be multi-disciplinary in appeal. Clicking listings in the Webinar Calendar will display the full webinar overview along with information on purchasing the webinar for an individual or for a group.

A complete listing of our webinar offerings (scheduled and unscheduled) can be found using the Search Webinars by Discipline page. This list can be filtered by discipline or number of PDH.

If the webinar you’d like to attend is either currently unscheduled or you are unable to attend on the scheduled date, you will find a link on the webinar overview page asking us to notify you when the webinar is next scheduled.