Iowa Admin. Code r. 193C-7.5 - Biennial requirement

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 6, September 22, 2021

The biennial requirement must be satisfied during the biennium prior to licensure renewal except for the carryover permitted.

(1) The continuing education requirement for biennial licensure renewal is 30 professional development hours for an active licensee in engineering or land surveying. At least 2 of the 30 professional development hours must be in the area of professional ethics. For individuals actively licensed in both engineering and land surveying, at least 4 of the 40 total professional development hours must be in the area of professional ethics. The number of professional development hours that may be carried forward into the next biennium shall not exceed 15.
(2) Inactive licensees are exempt from the continuing education requirements.
(3) Continuing education requirements for licensure in more than one engineering branch are the same as for licensure in a single branch of engineering.
(4) The continuing education requirement for biennial licensure renewal for an individual who is active in both engineering and land surveying is 20 professional development hours in engineering and 20 professional development hours in land surveying. The number of professional development hours that may be carried forward into the next biennium shall not exceed 10 hours for each profession.
(5) A licensee who is active in one profession and inactive in another shall meet the continuing education requirements for licensure in the profession in which active licensure is maintained.
(6) A new licensee shall satisfy one-half the biennial continuing education requirement at the first renewal following initial licensure.

Notes

Iowa Admin. Code r. 193C-7.5
Amended by IAB January 2, 2019/Volume XLI, Number 14, effective 2/6/2019

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