To be approved for PDHs, a continuing
education program shall meet all of the following criteria:
(a) The program includes instruction in an
organized method of learning contributing directly to the professional
competency of the registrant and pertaining to subject matters which integrally
relate to the practice of the profession.
(b) The program is conducted by individuals
who have specialized education, training, or experience and are considered
qualified concerning the subject matter of the program.
(c) The program fulfills pre-established
goals and objectives.
program provides attendance verification records in the form of completion
certificates or other documents supporting evidence of attendance.
The professional engineer
section may approve any of the following providers for continuing education
(a) A school of engineering
approved by the educational approval program.
(b) Colleges, universities, and other degree
granting institutions approved by an accrediting agency recognized by the
United States department of education.
(c) National Council of Examiners for
Engineering and Surveying or its affiliates.
(d) National Society of Professional
Engineers or its affiliates.
National Council of Structural Engineers Association or its
(f) American Council of
Engineering Companies or its affiliates.
(g) American Society of Civil Engineers or
Society of Mechanical Engineers or its affiliates.
(i) American Society of Plumbing Engineers or
Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers or its
(k) Occupational safety
and health administration training institute education centers.
(l) Federal highway administration.
(m) Federal emergency management
(n) National highway
(o) Homeland Security
Systems Engineering and Development Institute.
(p) National Fire Protection
(q) Institute of
Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
(r) American Water Works
(s) Water Environment
(t) Any other provider
approved by the professional engineer section or its designee.
(2) The professional engineer
section has final authority with respect to acceptance of activities, courses,
credit, PDH value for courses, and other methods of earning PDHs.