Professional Engineer Laws & Rules Florida



Ensure you meet the Florida Professional Development Hours requirements by enrolling in the mandatory Laws and Rules course for Professional Engineers. This is a crucial step towards advancing your career and staying compliant with state regulations.

We offer high-quality IACET accredited courses, exceeding Florida PDH requirements!


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If you are a practicing engineer in the state of Florida, it is important to stay up to date on the latest laws and rules governing your profession. One way to ensure that you are meeting the continuing education requirements set forth by the Florida Board of Professional Engineers is by enrolling in Titan University’s Florida PE Laws and Rules Course.

This course is specifically designed to cover the key laws and rules that engineers in Florida need to be aware of in order to practice ethically and effectively. By enrolling in this course, you can be confident that you are staying current with the regulatory requirements that govern your profession.

In addition to being approved by the Florida Board of Professional Engineers, Titan University’s Florida PE Laws and Rules Course is also accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). This accreditation ensures that the course meets the highest standards of quality and rigor, providing you with a comprehensive and valuable learning experience.

By enrolling in Titan University’s Florida PE Laws and Rules Course, you can enhance your knowledge, skills, and professional credibility as an engineer in Florida. Don’t wait any longer to meet your continuing education requirements – enroll in this course today and take your career to the next level.

Our Florida Laws and Rules course will cover topics on disciplinary action, professional ethics, regulating the practice, and section within Florida Code Chapter 471. After successful completion of this course, the learner will have met the Laws & Rules continued education hours requirement as required by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does this course meet the pdh requirements for fbpe?

Yes! We are fully licensed with the FBPE to provide Professional Development Hours to Professional Engineers in the state of Florida. License number 878. Provider number 0009912.

Does this course discuss rules as outlined in fbpe chapter 61g15, f.a.c.?

Yes! in FBPE 61G15, F.A.C., we discuss topics ranging from Disciplinary Guidelines, Range of Penalties, Aggravating and Mitigating Circumstances, Professional Engineer Experience requirements, and License Renewal Requirements.

Does this course discuss laws as outline in Floirida statute chapter 471 – engineering?

Yes it does. Our covers covers the following topics: Qualifications for practice, exemptions, Board of Professional Engineers, and Engineer Seals.

Will Titan univeristy maintain our certifications per the requirements of the florida board of professional engineers

We maintain your certifications

Is the florida laws and rules course a requirement to take for professional engineers?

This course is required by the Florida Board of Professional Engineers to be completed by current Professional Engineers every biennium in order to maintain an active licensure. And this course has been approved by the FBPE to satisfy the requirement.

How often do you need to take the florida laws and rules course for professional engineers?

All professional engineers that hold an active license in Florida must take the Laws and Rules course every biennium when it comes time for the engineers to complete their 14 hours of Professional Development Hours.

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Posted 1 month ago
Great course and a great price!

Great course to cover me for my engineer PDH courses. Thanks!

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