- NSPE-NAFE Joint Position on Forensic Engineering
- Labor Organizations and an Engineer's Obligation to the Public
- Licensure and Qualifications for Practice
- Engineering Faculty Licensure
- Engineering Continuing Professional Competency
- Engineering Technology
- Early Taking of the PE Exam
- Licensure of Returning Veterans
For dedicated professional engineers, earning a PE license is just the beginning. Many state licensing boards require that PEs maintain and improve their skills through continuing education courses and other opportunities for professional development.
NSPE State-by-State Summary of Continuing Education Requirements for Professional Engineers
NSPE has put together a chart of the state continuing education requirements (updated January 2015) for professional engineers. To find out about licensure requirements, dates and locations of licensure exams, contact your state/territory licensure board.
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Whether you choose to study online, by DVD, or in print, NSPE and its partners provide you with a rich selection of independent study options that explore topics from every corner of the engineering spectrum, helping you keep your skills and knowledge up-to-date. >>
From NSPE's must-attend Professional Engineers Conference to popular state and local events, online forums, and industry-wide roundtable meetings, NSPE membership provides you with a range of opportunities to meet, learn, and network with other professional engineers both in your area and from across the country. >>