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State-by-State Requirements for Continuing Education Credits for Professional Engineers

August 23, 2019

Requiring continuing education credits for professional engineers helps ensure licensed engineers are staying up-to-date on new technology, changes in ethics rulings, and new legal requirements.  This, in turn, helps maintain the safety and welfare of the general public.  In the State of New Jersey, professional engineers are required to complete a minimum of 24 professional. . . Read More

What you need to know about the NICET Certification

August 5, 2019

Professional engineers are often looking for ways to increase their professional knowledge within the industry. WIth technology becoming more and more integrated into the profession, there are ways to learn more and increase your status as an engineer. The National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET), a division of the National Society of Professional. . . Read More

Reduced Cost Ethics Training for Professional Engineers

July 29, 2019

The New Jersey Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors has set the next license renewal deadline as April 30, 2020. Whether you’re a new or seasoned licensed professional engineer, you’re probably aware of the continuing education requirements to maintain your New Jersey PE license. New Jersey professional engineers are required to earn 24 continuing. . . Read More

5 of our Favorite Engineering Quotes

July 15, 2019

Quotes are great because they often put into words the things we cannot express. That’s why we put together a list of our top five favorite engineering quotes: “One man’s “magic” is another man’s engineering.” – Robert A. Heinlein We don’t want to toot your horn or anything, but the things engineers have created seem. . . Read More

Celebrate #LicensedPEDay on August 7

July 11, 2019

Professional engineers have become such a huge part of society because of their commitment to protecting the public’s health, safety and welfare. However, did you know the first professional engineering license wasn’t granted until 1907? Before that time, there were minimal engineering regulations, and untrained, unqualified individuals were performing their work, resulting in inaccurate renderings. . . Read More

Everything you need to know about Renewing your PE License

July 3, 2019

It’s almost that time of year again – time to begin the process of renewing your PE license. By preparing early, you can check off all your minimum requirements and complete the renewal process without having the stress of waiting until the last minute. To help you get started, we put together links to helpful. . . Read More

How to Become a Professional Engineer in Multiple States

June 20, 2019

Oftentimes, professional engineers will be required to be licensed in multiple states to further their careers. But how do you obtain a multi-state PE license, if there is such a thing? We receive emails about this topic several times a month, so we wanted to break it down and help you on your way to. . . Read More

Current Threats to Professional Engineering Licensure

June 6, 2019

As a licensed professional engineer, you’ve worked hard to add that “PE” at the end of your name. In recent years, across the country there has been an increase in attempts to deregulate and eliminate professional engineering licensure. So why are professional engineers, those who play a critical role in protecting public health and safety. . . Read More

It’s Never Too Early to Jump-Start Your Career

May 29, 2019

If you’re a student working toward an engineering degree, it’s never too early to start thinking about your future after school. As a student enrolled full-time in an ABET-accredited engineering program, you have the opportunity for a free NJ Society of Professional Engineers national student membership. This includes students at graduate-level engineering programs, too! Not. . . Read More

15 Free Engineering CEs!

May 24, 2019

All professional engineers are required to meet a number of professional development hours, with two of those hours being in ethics, to maintain their license. One of the biggest reasons many people join a society for professional engineers is to have access to a wide-range of continuing education opportunities. While full-day classes and multi-day conferences. . . Read More