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Engineering Continuing Education Online PDH Courses for PE Engineers

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  3. After passing the quiz, follow the page, pay for the course and print your certificate.

Frequently Asked Questions!

What are PDH courses?

PDH courses are typically designed for professionals who need to maintain their professional licenses. These courses provide continuing education on the latest developments and best practices in their fields. They are often required by regulatory bodies to ensure that professionals stay up-to-date with industry standards and regulations.

What are PDH courses for engineers?

PDH courses for engineers are courses that a PE Professional Engineer needs to take in order to renew his or her license annually or biannually.

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What are engineering continuing education courses?

Engineering continuing education courses are specialized courses designed for engineers to enhance their knowledge and skills beyond their initial engineering education. They cover topics such as new technologies, design techniques and regulatory compliance. These courses provide Continuing Education Units (CEUs) or Professional Development Hours (PDHs) that can be used to maintain engineering licenses and certifications.

What is the difference between PDH and CE?

The term PDH stands for Professional Development Hour and CE stands for Continuing Education. They mean the same thing and are used interchangeably. PDHs are used to track the number of hours that a professional engineer spends on continuing education. While PDHs are specifically focused on meeting state licensing requirements, CE credits may be required for other purposes, such as professional certifications or career advancement. Additionally, while PDHs are typically measured in hours, CE credits may be measured in different ways depending on the organization or employer that is requiring them. State Boards of Contractors, Architects, Land Surveyors, Geologists, and Interior Designers mostly use the term CE for their continuing education hours and requirements.

What is the difference between PDH courses for engineers and PDH courses for professional engineers?

PDH courses for engineers and PDH courses for professional engineers are the same. The term has been used casually for PE Professional Engineers who must take PDH or CE Engineering continuing education courses to maintain their Professional Engineering License.

What should the subject of the PDH course(s) for engineers be directed to?

Any technical course in the field of study or work of the PE Engineer that can improve and expand his or her technical knowledge and serve to safeguard the Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW) of the citizens.

Can we obtain CE credit or PDH credit for PDH courses academically?

Yes, taking college semester courses in the appropriate technical fields can be count as PDH or CE courses. Each State has different rules to how many PDH Hours each college course would be credited for. The PE engineer should review the Rules and Laws of the State(s) in which he or she is a PE Professional Engineer to find out the equivalency of a college semester course to the number of PDH continuing education that he or she will receive.

Welcome to, the fastest and easiest way for PE Engineers, Land surveyors, Contractors and Architects to meet their PE Continuing Education requirements.

PDHexpress was created by Franco F. Davati, P.E. and it is the most trusted and popular engineering continuing education provider. As a leader in the industry we have often been asked by our customers for a fast, quick and easy way to obtain their certificate before the deadline, using a simple website to follow. No confusing flowcharts and no emailing of the course material or sections of a book.

PDHexpress is simply the quickest way that a technical professional can obtain his/her certificate to renew their license.

With new PDH courses added periodically and over 4000 hours of online PDH courses for engineers, contractors, architects, land surveyors and other professions, is simply the Best of the Best under one umbrella .We cover the most practical and useful courses in the industry. As a matter of fact our courses are so popular, many of even our competitors have copied us. If you see any of our courses in other websites, you know where it has come from!

All of our courses are in compliance with the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) Guidelines and all State Boards of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors.

They have been accepted by Engineering Boards Nationwide. Every State that requires pre-approval for PDH courses has Pre-approved us as a PDH course provider. We are registered under our main company, Failure & Damage Analysis Inc. and we are a State Board of Engineers approved PDH course provider.

Conveniently, all of our PDH courses and PDH quizzes are available instantly at your fingertips. All of our quizzes are available INSTANTLY for your ease and convenience. Your PDH quizzes are graded before you even pay! You can take your PDH quiz and print your PDH certificate instantly. This will help those engineers who need to buy their online PDH courses at the last minute for their PE license renewal.

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