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 the computer audio eliminates the need for a telephone.
If you have already purchased a webinar, you can find detailed connection information on your purchase receipt or in the email you will receive several hours prior to the start of the webinar. A webinar includes both video and an audio. The video is viewed on your computer using a link to a special website, [...]
We have a group of engineers at our office who would all like to take part in a webinar. How does that work?
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.
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 [...]
Webinars earn PDH credits for engineers in all states. For PEs licensed in New York, Wisconsin, and Iowa, webinar credits are counted as live contact hours and will fulfill your state board requirements. Remember that you are protected by the PDHengineer Triple Guarantee. Each of our webinar overview pages include a full list of states [...]
After you have attended the webinar, return to the PDHengineer.com website and click the My Account link at the top of any of our pages. Once you have logged in, select My Courses/Webinars to view the list of courses and webinars you have purchased. Under the Webinars Scheduled section click on the webinar title, [...]
Simply put, a webinar or web seminar is an online live, interactive seminar. 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.