COVID-19 PE License Updates

As Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread throughout the country, updates have been made to this year’s professional engineering license renewal process. This week, Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced that, in an effort to protect the public by limiting in-person contact that could result in the spread of COVID-19, multiple divisions within the Department of Law and Public Safety are extending the board deadlines for renewing and submitting licenses. The Governor’s office has officially announced that the deadline for renewing and submitting licenses in New Jersey will be extended by 30 days.

The following is updated information for renewal:

Renewal Fee is $80.00

$80.00 Renewal Fee + $50.00 Late Fee = Total of $130.00

$80.00 Renewal Fee + $125.00 Reinstatement Fee = Total of $205.00

In order to curb the spread of COVID-19, we encourage you to communicate with the Department of Law and Public Safety via telephone, email, and other forms of remote communication should you have any questions about these renewal updates. 

Earning PDHs at home

All of NJSPE’s upcoming continuing education events have been postponed until further notice. We know that many of you were planning on attending these events to fulfill your remaining credits. While this COVID-19 process is changing day-to-day, you can still be proactive and earn CE credits from home! 

Professional Engineering Ethics 101
$35 for members / $50 for nonmembers
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Free CE Courses from NSPE
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Available Online Courses from NSPE
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A reminder to PEs

Regulations on digital signatures as well as practice “social distancing”
N.J. Admin. Code § 13:27-6.5
Section 13:27-6.5 – Digital signatures and seals

(a) A digital signature and seal shall possess the same weight, authority, and effect as a handwritten signature and pressure seal when the following criteria are met:

The digital signing and sealing process satisfies the requirements of the Digital Signature Standard (DSS) established by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, FIPS PUB 186-4 (2013), which is incorporated herein by reference, as amended and supplemented.

This standard may be obtained at: http://nvlpubs.nist.gov/nistpubs/FIPS/NIST.FIPS.186-4.pdf*. The digital signature and seal must be:

i. Unique to the licensee;

ii. Verifiable by a trusted third party or some other approved process as belonging to the licensee;

iii. Under the licensee’s direct and exclusive control;

iv. Linked to a document in such a manner that the digital signature and seal is invalidated if any data in the document is changed. Once the digital signature and seal are applied to the document, the document shall be available in read-only format if the document is to be digitally transmitted.

(b) A licensee who digitally signs and seals a document shall maintain a digital copy of the electronically transmitted document that has also been digitally signed and sealed for future verification purposes.

(c) The pictorial representation of the digital signature and seal shall be readily available to the Board upon request and shall be produced in a manner acceptable to the Board. It shall contain the same words and shall have substantially the same graphic appearance and size as when the image of the digitally transmitted document is viewed at the same size as the document in its original form.

(d) Licensees are responsible for the use of their private digital keys. A lost or compromised key shall not be used and the licensee shall cause a new key pair to be generated in accordance with the criteria set forth in (a) above. A licensee shall take all reasonable steps to ensure that a compromised key is invalidated, and shall inform all affected clients that the digital key has been compromised.

Keep an eye on our website and social media for more information regarding any changes due to COVID-19. 

Free CE Courses Just in Time for PE License Renewal

The professional engineering license renewal deadline is quickly approaching on April 30, 2020. If you’re still working on fulfilling your PDHs, have no fear! NSPE offers a select number of free CEs for members to enjoy from the comfort of their own home. Upon completion of the webinar, you must take a session quiz and score a 70 percent or higher to earn your credits. Each of these courses will earn you one professional development hour. Check out the featured free CEs below and have your NSPE membership login on hand to register for free!

Clients are from Venus, Consultants from Mars: A Guide to Effective Management of Consultants

This webinar will showcase the differences between the systems and workflows of clients and consultants so that they can better understand each other’s operating environment. This improved understanding will result in better communications and better mutual expectations.  

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How Engineers Create Added Value

This course will take a look at the value gap between engineering services and other professional services like attorneys, accountants, etc. Lecturer Mel Lester will explain the reasons why creating added value has become an issue for engineers and what you can do to creatively add value and deliver results.

Learn more and register >> 

Drones: The Sky’s the Limit

This webinar provides a high-level overview of how drones are being integrated into engineering and surveying projects. The course will also cover the workflow of a project and deliverables while highlighting the accuracies and limitations of drones. You’ll learn the best types of projects for the use of drones, how to weigh the pros and cons of using a drone on a project, and the FAA rules surrounding drone use for commercial applications

Learn more and register >>

Professional Engineer’s Role on Application of Artificial Intelligence and Technology

In a world of rapidly changing technology, professional engineers have to be Future Ready professionals and adapt to the new changes. This course describes the disruption professional engineers face and the patterns that are surfacing with the changes in technology. This course will cover some of the primary skills that professional engineers are finding most critical in their own work and the systems they are working with.

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Winds of Changes – Electric Transmission

This course will focus on Xcel Energy – one of the fastest-growing, investor-owned utilities. Xcel Energy’s position as the industry leader in wind generation for over 12 years has impacted the way we plan and operate our transmission system. It will discuss renewable resources’ impact on the electric grid, review ways utilities are helping enable technology while keeping prices low and reliability high, look at policy changes facing the integration of renewable energy and identify best practices to engage the public on challenges with renewable energy.

Learn more and register >>

To see more of NSPE’s 15 free CEs, visit their website >>

See more upcoming CE events and paid courses with NJSPE here >>

The Best Resources for Continuing Education

As a professional engineer, you’re probably already aware of the continuing education requirements  to maintain your professional engineering license. Fulfilling your requirements is simple as long as you stay on top of upcoming opportunities and plan well so you’re not scrambling to get credits as your license renewal date gets closer. Over the years, we’ve written a lot about continuing education, so we’ve compiled all of our best resources to help you earn those CE credits!

Importance of Continuing Education for Professional Engineers

We know continuing education is important for maintaining your professional engineering license, but you can get so much more out of your continuing education sessions. An ever-changing industry like engineering means if you want to stay on top, you’re going to have to be up-to-date on industry trends. Not to mention, the more skills you have, the more valuable you are to potential employers.
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State-by-State Requirements for Continuing Education Credits for Professional Engineers

If you’re a professional engineer practicing in multiple states, you might have different requirements for continuing education and maintaining licensure. Check out our state-by-state list of requirements for continuing education credits for professional engineers. 
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Ways for Continuing Education Engineers to Earn Professional Development Hours

There are so many ways to earn PDHs! You might think it’s all conferences and full-day events, but there are ways you can fulfill your requirements without leaving your home or office. Learn more about all the ways you can earn your CE credits and which opportunities can complete the largest amount of your requirements.
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How to Earn PDHs in 2020

Have you made plans to participate in any continuing education opportunities in 2020? There are a handful of upcoming webinars and in-person events to be a part of and earn! See what’s coming up in February and March. Be sure to register before it’s too late.
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Have any questions about earning continuing education credits for professional engineers? Reach out to us on social media or send us a message to info@njspe.org!

How to Earn PDHs in 2020

As a professional engineer, there’s a certain number of professional development hours (PDHs) you must fulfill to maintain your license. Luckily, there are tons of continuing education opportunities for professional engineers, from in-person events to live webinars and online courses. Renew your professional engineering license in 2020 by planning out your next few courses:

February 5, 2020: Licensing for Profitability, Agility and Growth for Small and Mid-Sized Engineering Firms
1 PDH
This hour-long live webinar starts at 2:00 p.m. and provides tactics and resources to help small- and mid-sized firms manage licensing effectively to serve their business goals. 

Learn more and register today >>

March 18, 2020: Engineering Ethics – Disclosure, Payment, Expert Testimony and Conflicts of Interest
1 PDH
This live webinar will begin at 2:00 p.m. and will discuss engineering ethics principles and key ethical issues relating to disclosure, payment, expert testimony and conflicts of interest.

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March 23, 2020: Common Mistakes in Design of Coastal & Marine Projects
8 PDHs
This in-person all day event will be held in Iselin, New Jersey. The classroom-seminar style lecture will discuss common mistakes in the design of coastal and marine projects. Throughout the day, attendees will discuss case studies of damages referring to underlying design mistakes. Examples of design tools and practical rules of thumb will also be discussed. 

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Available anytime: Professional Engineering Ethics 101
2 PDHs
This two part online seminar is taught by Lawrence P. Powers, Esq. with the objective of exposing seminar participants to various engineering related professional and statutory codes of ethics.

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See more opportunities for engineering continuing education on NSPE’s website. You may even find some courses that are free for NSPE members!

8 PDHs in ONE DAY at our next CE Event!

On March 23 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., the New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers, in conjunction with the New York State Society of Professional Engineers will hold Common Mistakes in Design of Coastal and Marine Projects. This event, worth 8 PDHs, will be held at Mott MacDonald in Iselin, New Jersey. The best part? These credits will all be eligible for your professional engineering renewal requirements for 2020.

This participatory classroom-seminar, led by staff consultant at Bergmann Associates Saied Saiedi, PhD, PEng,
will discuss common mistakes in the design of coastal & marine projects with the following objectives:

  • To provide for a list of significant design mistakes
  • To discuss case studies of damages referring to underlying design mistakes
  • To introduce design tools and practical rules of thumb
  • To perform class exercises

There will also be several special features, including real-life case studies, class exercises, computational aids and design tools, and a collection of technical literature and educational video clips.

If you’re looking for a complete course outline, you can expect:

  • Examples of major damages and failures
  • Introduction to coastal & marine hydraulics (waves, currents, etc.)
  • Introduction to coastal sediment transport
  • COMMON MISTAKES related to:
    • Design wave height
    • Design water level
    • Field data vs. theoretical guides
    • Sediment transport (capacity vs. actual transport, etc.)
    • Beach morphology
    • Nature-based (green) solutions vs. gray structures
    • Forces on structures (pipes, piles, sea walls, vessels, etc.)
    • Breakwaters and revetments
    • Static and dynamic stability of vessels
  • Software and design tools
  • Five take-away messages

If you’re a NSPE member, you can attend this event for $225. Sustaining members cost $275 and non-members cost $325. All ticket prices include the cost of breakfast and lunch.

If you’re looking for more information, please check out our event summary page. But if you’re ready to secure your seat for this great event, you can click here to register now! We hope to see you there.

NJSPE Continuing Education Class Schedule has been Released!

On November 14, 2019, NJSPE will be holding a full-day of continuing education, offering six PDH credits for professional engineers in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and other states that accept New Jersey or NJSPE accreditedg education programs. The program, being held at WSP, USA/Louis Berger Morristown offices, is $275 for NJSPE members and $325 for non-members until November 8. Below is the full schedule for the day. Check it out and then register to attend!

Introduction to Connected and Automated Vehicles

Accreditation: 1 PDH credit, NJ, PA, & NY
Speakers: K.R. Marshall, PE, Vice President and Senior ITS Manager, WSP USA, Inc.; Kathleen Swindler, PE, PTOE, Senior Traffic/ITS Engineer, WSP USA, Inc.; Jeff Randall, PE, PTOE, ITS Engineering Manager – Northeast Region, WSP USA, Inc.; Brian Reed, MCSE, CCNA, CCNP, CISSP, Manager of Geospatial & Applied Technology and Technical Principal, WSP USA, Inc.
This course will provide an overview of the engineering and design history of connected and automated vehicles (CAV,) the CAV industry and the various technologies being utilized and/or developed. Current pilots and trials ongoing around the world, increasing on-board automation in new vehicles, and some operational systems already in place, will be reviewed.

CAV’s – What’s Hot? Keeping up with the Rapid Evolution of New Mobility and its Infrastructure needs

Accreditation: 2 PDH credits NJ, PA, & NY
Speakers: K.R. Marshall, PE, Vice President and Senior ITS Manager, WSP USA, Inc.; Kathleen Swindler, PE, PTOE, Senior Traffic/ITS Engineer, WSP USA, Inc.; Jeff Randall, PE, PTOE, ITS Engineering Manager – Northeast Region, WSP USA, Inc.; Brian Reed, MCSE, CCNA, CCNP, CISSP, Manager of Geospatial & Applied Technology and Technical Principal, WSP USA, Inc.
This course will provide an in-depth look at the breakthroughs in connected and automated vehicles technologies that are poised to revolutionize local and national transportation systems for decades to come, potentially bringing significant changes to the built environment and how residents live, work and move around their communities. As technology manufacturers, software developers, auto companies, universities and many other professionals continue to imagine and test
these technologies and methods to optimize the nation’s transportation system, agency officials, engineers and planners should have a working knowledge of them to make decisions about future local transportation needs and investments.

How NJ, NY and PA agencies are preparing for connected and Autonomous Vehicles

Accreditation: 1 PDH credit, NJ, PA & NY
Speakers: K.R. Marshall, PE, Vice President and Senior ITS Manager, WSP USA, Inc. – Facilitator; NJDOT (Invited); PANYNJ – (Invited); NJTA – (Invited)
This course will provide an open discussion with the NJ, NY and PA agencies on the policy and technical issues their agencies are facing with the advent of CAV technology. Current policies and specific initiatives of each agency will be discussed, as well as their respective view of the agency on how their facilities will be impacted.

Professional Engineering Ethics 101

Accreditation: 2 PDH credits, NJ, PA, & NY
Speakers: Lawrence P. Powers, Esq, Partner, Hoagland, Longo, Moran, Dunst & Doukas, LLP
The overall learning objective is to expose the seminar participants to various engineering related professional and statutory codes of ethics in order to inculcate ethics awareness and an understanding of ethical standards common to all jurisdictions, including those of the participants, so that the participants understand the boundaries of ethical engineering behavior.
Part I – This will be an introduction to common statutory and regulatory ethics rules, wherein the participants will be taught why they exist, how they govern their practice and what the practical implications of unethical behavior can be. Participants will be given examples of common ethics rules and some illustrative case studies to consider, followed by instruction on how violations of such ethics rules are commonly dealt with by the administrative agencies which have jurisdiction over their practice locales.
Part II – This will be an introduction to the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) Code of Ethics, wherein the participants will be taught why they exist, how they were developed, how professional codes of ethics can affect their practice and what the practical implications of unethical behavior can be to members of professional engineering societies.  Participants will be given examples of common ethics rules and some illustrative case studies to consider, followed by instruction on how violations of such ethics rules are commonly dealt with by NSPE and state engineering societies which have jurisdiction over their practice locales, with a particular emphasis on the similarities and differences between governmental and professional society sanctions.
Part III – This will be a discussion of the practical reasons for ethical practice, with examples of how unethical practice can present professional liability and legal issues, licensure issues and moral issues based upon case studies where unethical practice has resulted in the impairment of the public health, safety and welfare. Participants will be challenged with using their new knowledge to suggest resolutions for hypothetical ethics problems posed by the instructor.

We Want to Help you Meet your PDH Requirements!

April 2020 is the next deadline for the biennial PE license renewal. In the State of New Jersey, 24 professional development hours are required every two years, including two to eight of those hours completed in ethics. While completing the PDH requirements for the PE license can be a huge task if you wait until the last minute, there are ways to make the process a little easier.

To assist our members with the final push of credit completion, we have compiled some current and upcoming opportunities NJSPE will be offering that can earn you credits!

Online Opportunities 

We have received numerous requests by our members and nonmembers to offer low-cost, online webinars that count toward your PDH requirements for the PE license. You’ve asked, and we’ve listened.

We currently offer Professional Engineering Ethics 101 online, which has been approved by 2 PDH credits in New Jersey. Taught by Larry Powers, Esq., this course is broken into several parts, including introduction to common statutory and regulatory ethics rules; review of the NSPE’s Code of Ethics with examples/case studies and an emphasis on the similarities and difference between governmental and professional society sanctions; and practical reasons for ethical practice.

Professional Engineering Ethics 101 is $35 for members and $50 for nonmembers. Once you pay securely via PayPal, you will be directed to a page where you must submit the full name to appear on your certificate of completion as well as an email where we can email you the link. It is important to note that your $35 or $50 payment is only good for ONE person’s PDH credits. Sharing the link to people will not result in free credits for those people.

After completing 100% of the video, you will submit a short survey, and your certificate of completion will be emailed to you within 14 days.

We are hoping to have additional online opportunities to earn your PDH credits prior to the end of the April 2020 deadline, so stay tuned!

In-person

In-person events are a great way to knock out most of your credits in one or two days! This year, we will be offering two full-day continuing education opportunities. The first one will be held in November 2019, and the second one will be held in March 2020.

Like previous years, these in-person events will be held in different parts of the state and will offer around six PDH credits. There will be an ethics course offered as well as additional courses on popular engineering topics. We hope to receive credit approval for New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York. Information will be posted in the next week or two, so stay tuned!

Meeting the PDH requirements for the PE license is easier with the help of NJSPE! Please contact us at info@njspe.com or give us a call at 609-393-0099 for more information on becoming a member.

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

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 development hours. Out of those, at least two and no more than eight should be related to ethics. You are free to complete as many of these as you would like online and if you happen to have more than 24, you can carry them over to the next renewal period. You can read more about renewing your NJ PE license here

Each state has their own requirements about what types of courses count toward PDH, what topics need to be covered, and how many CEs you need to have to renew your license. If you hold multiple licenses or are interested in getting licensed in a different state, here is what you need to know about PDH requirements and renewals. 

 

State PDH/Continuing Education License Renewal Special Requirements
Alabama 15 Annual – Dec. 31
Alaska  24 Biennial Odd Years – Dec. 31
Arizona  None Triennial – Date of Issue
Arkansas  15 Annual – Dec. 31
California  None Biennial – Assigned Date
Colorado  None Biennial – Date of Issue
Connecticut  None Annual
Delaware  24 Biennial – June 30 3 – 6  PDH required related to ethics

Max 9 PDH related to business/management

Florida  18 Biennial Odd Years – Feb. 28 1 PDH required related to laws & rules

1 PDH required related to ethics

4 PDH required related to are of practice

Georgia 30 Biennial Even Years – Dec. 31
Hawaii None Biennial Even Years – Apr. 30
Idaho  30 Biennial – Last day of birth month
Illinois 30 Biennial Odd Years – Nov. 30
Indiana  30 Biennial Even Years – Jul. 31 1 PDH required related to ethics

1 PDH required Indiana statutes & laws

Iowa  30 Biennial – Dec. 31 2 PDH required related to ethics
Kansas  30 Biennial – April 30
Kentucky  30 Biennial depending on last name – Jun. 30
Louisiana  30 Biennial depending on last name – Mar 31 or Sep. 30 1 PDH required related to ethics

8 PDH required related to life safety code, building codes, or ADA guidelines

Maine  30 Biennial Odd Years – Dec. 31
Maryland  16 Biennial – Date of issue 1 PDH required related to ethics
Massachusetts  None Biennial Even Years – June 30
Michigan  Held license < 24 months – 15

Held license > 24 months – 30

Biennial Even Years – Oct. 31
Minnesota  24 Biennial Even Years – Jun. 30 2 PDH required related to ethics
Mississippi  15 Annual – Dec. 31 1 PDH every 2 years required related to ethics
Missouri  30 Biennial Even Years – Dec. 31
Montana 30 Biennial Even Years – Jun. 30
Nebraska  30 Biennial depending on last name – Dec. 31
Nevada  30 Biennial depending on last name – Jan. 1 or Jul. 1
New Hampshire  30 Biennial Year of Issue – Birth month 
New Jersey  24 Biennial  2 PDH required related to ethics
New Mexico  30 Biennial – Dec. 31 2 PDH required related to ethics/business
New York  36 Triennial – Birth Date 18 PDH required to have direct contact with instructor

Remaining 18 PDH must be provided by board approved sponsors

1 PDH required related to ethics

North Carolina  15 Annual – Dec. 31
North Dakota  30 Biennial – Dec. 31
Ohio  30 Biennial Odd Years – Dec. 31 Max 3 PDH via correspondence courses
Oklahoma  30 Biennial – Date of license
Oregon  30 Biennial depending on last name 
Pennsylvania 24 Biennial Odd Years – Sep. 30
Rhode Island  None Annual – Jun. 30
South Carolina  30 Biennial Even Years – Jun. 30
South Dakota  30 Biennial – Date of license
Tennessee  24 Biennial – Date of license 13 PDH required related to health, safety and welfare, and technical competency
Texas  15 Annual – quarterly depending on date of license 1 PDH required related to ethics
Utah  30 Biennial Odd Years – Mar. 31
Vermont  15 Biennial Even Years – Jul. 1
Virginia  16 Biennial – Date of license
Washington  None Biennial – Date of license
West Virginia  60 Biennial Even Years – Dec.
Wisconsin  30 Biennial Even Years – Jul. 31 12 PDH required related to ethics

13 PDH required to have direct contact with instructor

Wyoming 30 Biennial  – Date of license

As you can see, PDH requirements and continuing education for professional engineers varies greatly state-by-state. Even if you live in or are moving to a state that doesn’t require CE’s, it is important to stay up to date with advancements and changes in the industry. If you have any questions about continuing education in New Jersey, contact us today! We would love to hear from you. 

15 Free Engineering CEs!

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 offer a large number of credits, we understand carving time out of your life isn’t always possible. That’s why 15 free webinars are available, all offering professional development hours, via the National Society of Professional Engineers.

These free webinars are each approved for one continuing education credit each. So if you’re looking to knock out your educational requirements from your computer, here are this year’s free engineering CEs for NSPE members:

Remember: these are FREE engineering CEs for all NSPE members. If you’re not a member, these courses are $150 each. Become a NJSPE member today to unlock all these courses for free and get a jumpstart on completing your educational requirements. 

Earn Engineering Continuing Education Credits in New Jersey

On April 29, NJSPE will be holding a full-day of engineering continuing education at The Palace at Somerset Park. Each course is designed to keep you up-to-date on the latest information all professional engineers need to know and provide you credits to maintain your license. All 10 credits are eligible for New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania engineers. Here are the courses you will take:

  • Professional Engineering Ethics 101: The program is broken into several parts. Introduction to common statutory and regulatory ethics rules; review of the National Society of Professional Engineers Code of Ethics with examples of common ethics rules, illustrative case studies to consider, with emphasis on the similarities and differences between governmental and professional society sanctions; practical reasons for ethical practice, how unethical practice can present professional liability, legal, licensure, moral and public health, safety and welfare issues. Presented by Larry Powers, Esq.
  • Resilient coastal design in an uncertain future – demonstrated by recent catastrophic storm emergency reconstructions & Bridging the Gap between Utilities and the Transportation Project: Discussions will include accessing damaged roadway infrastructure and gathering survey and design data in an area devastated by a natural disaster; engineering solutions to provide sustainable pavement and drainage infrastructure (protection from future catastrophic storm events); innovative utility conflict coordination methods (well over 1000 conflict locations), private property owner and agency coordination, along with several design, construction, and Project Management tools and techniques developed for this massive undertaking. Presented by Drew Markewicz, PE, PMP.
  • Stormwater Management Fundamentals: This course will review the fundamental aspects of Stormwater Management that can be defined as a System of Strategies and Measures to Manage the Creation, Collection, Conveyance, Storage, Treatment, Use, and Discharge of Stormwater Runoff to Prevent the Adverse Impacts of Land Disturbance, Development, and Redevelopment. Areas covered will touch on Runoff Drainage and Conveyance, Flood and Erosion Control, Nonpoint Source Pollution Control, Watershed Planning and Design, Groundwater Recharge, Structural and Nonstructural Strategies and Measures.
  • Hydrograph Routings Accreditation: Important aspects of Routings to be utilized in the Development of Hydrographs will be covered in this course. Routing can be defined as a Mathematical Procedure for Predicting the Change in Magnitude, Speed, and Shape of a Hydrograph as a Function of Time. This presentation will cover Hydrologic and Hydraulic Routing Methods, Level Pool Routings, Storage Indication Calculations, Stage Storage and Stage Discharge Curves and Methods of Estimating Storage Volumes. Also included is a review of Computer Programs that may be Utilized in Performing these Calculations. Presented by Joseph J. Skupien, P.E., P.P.

If you’re interested in learning about these topics and earning engineering continuing education credits, register before it’s too late. Seats are going fast and they will sell out. If you’d like to learn more about the NJSPE Code of Engineering Ethics, please click here.

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