Alaska Civil Engineering Package
All Required 24 PDH for only $270
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Complete continuing education packages built specifically for engineers registered in the State of Alaska. Designed to fulfill the entire continuing education requirement.
This package was designed specifically for Alaska civil engineers looking to satisfy all of the Professional Development Hours (PDH) required by the Alaska Board of Architects, Engineers, and Land Surveyors. Currently, engineers must obtain 24 hours of continuing education in each two-year license period. PDH courses must address health, safety and welfare issues and technical competency.
Our Alaska Civil Engineering package contains a course on engineering ethics and three technical courses that were selected for their ability to maintain, improve, or expand the competency and skills relevant to your area of practice
ET-02-001 Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct – 2 PDH
This course presents the philosophical models that guide ethical behavior and examines the standards of ethical conduct in a variety of situations. Decisions from the NSPE Board of Review are reviewed to provide insights into proper ethical behavior.
CE-02-108 Pavement Design for Roads, Streets, Walks, and Open Storage Areas – 7 PDH
This online course provide a brief description of the basic mechanism of each common problem, a description of the typical symptoms that would be observed during a visual inspection, and suggests preventative methods or techniques to prevent further damage.
CE-02-601 An Integrated Framework to Restore Small Urban Watersheds – 5 PDH
This course introduces the basic concepts and techniques of urban watershed restoration, and sets forth the overall framework we use to evaluate subwatershed restoration potential. It presents the basic concepts used to restore urban streams, and outlines an integrated and practical framework for assessing restoration potential in small urban watersheds.
CE-02-205 Impacts of Animals on Earthen Dams – 10 PDH
This course introduces the basic principles of identifying problems in existing earthen dams caused by animal activity. It reviews 23 nuisance species and highlights activity that can potentially damage earthen dams beyond repair, emphasizing the concept that delayed control and repair of animal activity usually results in increased total costs of repair.
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