CONTINUING EDUCATION

The State Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors have outlined requirements for continuing education for license renewal for PE’s. For your convenience, NJSPE is offering educational resources that include in-person, electronic, and in-office courses. NJSPE is committed to providing courses in and around the tri-state area that will cater to those with multiple licenses and differing state requirements.

We want to hear from you!
NJSPE is looking for suggestions for educational opportunities to add to our catalogue. If you are interested in partnering with NJSPE for an educational session, please contact the NJSPE office and ask for Joanne Lombardi.

Available CE Opportunities

NJSPE April CE | April 29 | 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

April 29, 2019
The Palace at Somerset Park
333 Davidson Avenue, Somerset NJ, 08873

Offering 6 PDH credits per day for Professional Engineers in NJ, NY, PA and other states that accept NJ or NJSPE accredited programs. Earn 10 PDH by attending both programs!

CAPACITY IS LIMITED! REGISTER EARLY TO ENSURE A SEAT

FULL PROGRAM INFO, CLICK HERE

  • NJSPE EARLY Full day Member Rate: $275
  • Non-Member EARLY Full day Rate: $325
  • NJSPE EARLY, BOTH Days, 10 PDH, $500
  • Non-Member Early, BOTH Days, 10 PDH, $600

Available Videos

Professional Engineering Ethics 101
The learning objective is to expose the seminar participants to various engineering related professional and statutory codes of ethics to indoctrinate 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. 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 difference 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.