Help your staff complete their mandatory Professional Ethics training with PDHengineer’s Ethics for Life® program.
Here’s How It Works
It’s easy to enroll your company in Ethics for Life and there’s no purchase required – ever!
Every engineer in your firm is invited to attend a one-hour lunchtime Ethics webinar each calendar year. You simply provide the conference room and a phone / internet connection. Then sit back and enjoy the live, interactive discussion format that makes PDHengineer’s webinars so popular1.
It’s a great opportunity to get together as a group and explore issues that are rarely addressed in most corporate training programs. You’ll find that these webinars are incredibly engaging and thought-provoking. We are often told later by participating companies that their engineers voluntarily stuck around after the webinar to continue the discussion among themselves.
Up to 25 engineers from your company can attend the Ethics for Life webinars from a single auditorium or conference room. You simply need to provide a computer, high-speed internet connection and a projector. Many of our participating companies also provide a brown bag lunch for their engineers2.
What if you have more than 25 engineers? No problem. Our webinar coordinator will work with you to schedule additional sites, as required.
To enroll your company in the Free Ethics for Life program, simply complete the form below. A member of our staff will contact you within two business days.
Due to high demand for these Ethics webinars, we have added more sessions and more instructors. However, space is limited. So, it is recommended that you enroll your company today while sessions are still available.
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1A minimum of 5 engineers must preregister and attend the ethics webinar. A maximum of 25 may attend. The company provides the conference room along with an appropriate phone and internet connection and any needed projection to allow the video to be seen by the group. Ethics credits are good in all states. Webinar credits are accepted as “live, interactive” training and meet the “live” training requirements of the New York, Wisconsin, and Iowa boards. All states accept webinars for use as continuing education credits. Engineers must complete a short opinion survey before certificate of completion is issued. Ohio-licensed PEs must complete a short quiz.
2Eligibility for the ETHICS FOR LIFE program is limited to professional engineers employed by the company. Free ethics credits will not be provided to engineers after separation from the company. PDHengineer may, at its sole discretion, provide ethics credit in the form of a webinar, online course, or other approved continuing education activity; and may, at its sole discretion, discontinue the program or any company’s participation in the program at any time for any reason. Company’s continuing eligibility in the ETHICS FOR LIFE program is subject to minimum yearly participation requirements.
ETHICS FOR LIFE® is a registered service mark of Decatur Professional Development, LLC.