Each state has its own requirements for professional engineers' license renewal. Most states require professional engineers to complete a minimum number of continuing education hours. Continuing education hours should assist the engineer in maintaining or improving their skills in their area of expertise or professional practice. Most states allow the engineer to make the determination as to which events meet the requirements for continuing education.
For the specific requirements in your state, please consult your state's engineering licensing board or review your state's regulations on professional engineer licensing.
Most states require licensed professional engineers to retain records or the training events used to meet their continuing education requirements. Advertisements and certificates of completion issued by the CTT provide all of the information necessary to meet these requirements. If, however, you are missing either a certificate of completion or required information for a specific training event, contact us and we will work with you to provide the necessary information.
The Center for Technology & Training recommends using this Continuing Education Hours Log Sheet to record the training details. Please verify the information required by your state and, if necessary, record any additional information that your state may require.
To receive a certificate of attendance for a CTT virtual event, all three criteria below must be met.
- Each person needs to be pre-registered for the event
- The event must be attended live
- The certification survey (available during the event) must be completed within 24 hours of the event. If attending as a group, the certification survey must include everyone’s information.
While the CTT sometimes produces recordings of virtual events, recordings are meant for informational purposes only.
Please allow up to two weeks after an event to receive your certificate of attendance, virtual recording when available, and/or supplemental material mentioned during the event.
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State Engineering Licensing Board(s)