Minnesota Chemical 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 Minnesota. Designed to fulfill the entire continuing education requirement.
This package was designed specifically for Minnesota chemical engineers looking to satisfy all of the Professional Development Hours (PDH) required by the Minnesota Board of Architecture, Engineering, Land Surveying, Landscape Architecture, Geoscience and Interior Design. Currently, engineers (with some exceptions) must obtain 24 professional development hours (PDH). Two of those hours must be dedicated to professional (but not necessarily profession-specific) ethics and those ethics hours must be earned during the proper period (they cannot be carried forward as ethics hours). Practitioners may pursue technical, nontechnical, regulatory, ethical, and business practice needs for a well-rounded education provided the education directly benefits the health, safety, or welfare of the public.
Our Minnesota Chemical Engineering package contains the required 2-hour professional ethics course and three technical courses that were selected for their ability to enhance and expand the skills, knowledge, and abilities of practicing professionals to remain current and render competent professional services to the public.
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.
CH-02-902 Potable Water System Design – 6 PDH
This coursepresents best practices for designing waterworks including a set of standards that establishes minimum requirements for the design of new waterworks to protect the reliability and quality of the finished water.
CH-02-210 Introduction to Valves – 4 PDH
This course provides about the basic components of a valve and their functions. The training literature provides information about each of the types of valves in common use, the globe, gate, plug, ball, needle, butterfly, diaphragm, pinch, check, safety/relief, and reducing valve.
CH-02-905 Wastewater Design – Granular Activated Carbon Systems – 12 PDH
This course presents the theoretical fundamentals of adsorption technology for water treatment with a focus on experimental adsorption studies, process modeling, and adsorber design.
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