|Continuing Education Committee|
Professional engineers licensed in New York State are required to complete a minimum of 36 hours of continuing education during each three-year license registration period (in accordance with the requirements of Article 145, Section 7211 of the New York State Education Law). This includes one hour of professional ethics taken as either a course or educational activity for registration periods beginning August 1, 2011 and after.
Maintaining and enhancing the professional development of civil engineers has long been an important part of the mission of ASCE. The Met Section is Approved New York State Education Department Sponsor Number #6. As such, the ASCE Met Section evaluates all technical lectures and seminars presented by its groups and committees in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Education Department.
Horia Necula, P.E., Chair
Engineers Seeking Continuing Education Credits:
Seminars and technical lectures organized by the ASCE Met Section that offer Professional Development Hours (PDHs) are held throughout the year at locations in New York City, Long Island, and the Lower Hudson Valley. Continuing education courses can be found in our event calendar. You can also subscribe to our email list to receive regular announcements of upcoming Met Section events by e-mail.
ASCE National also offers continuing education courses. Live webinars provide a low-cost and efficient training option for inviduals and groups, allowing you to login from anywhere and interact with the instructor and other participants. On-demand webinars cover practical, targeted topics taught by experts in their field and provide real-world knowledge and convenient delivery to fit your demanding schedule. Use promo code WEBMETSEC to get the Met Section preferred rate.
Presenters Seeking Accreditation of a Course for Continuing Education Credit:
The ASCE Met Section evaluates courses sponsored by its groups and committees. Met Section groups determine appropriate admission fees, if any, for courses offering PDH credits. Individuals and organizations not associated with ASCE should refer to the New York State Education Department website for specific information.
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