Wisconsin 30 Chemical Engineering Package
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Continuing education packages built specifically for engineers registered in the State of Wisconsin. This package satisfies the State of Wisconsin requirement to obtain a minimum of 13 PDH via interactive courses.
This package was designed specifically for Wisconsin chemical engineers looking to satisfy the 30 Professional Development Hours (PDH), including the 13 PDH within the interactive category required by the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services. This 30 PDH package contains a 2 PDH course on professional conduct and ethics as required by the State of Wisconsin and 15 PDH of technical courses that were selected for their ability to maintain, improve, or expand the skills and knowledge pertinent to your area of practice. This package also includes 13 PDH credits from our live webinars to satisfy the interactive category requirement.
Our Wisconsin Chemical Engineering package contains a course on professional conduct and ethics as required by the State of Wisconsin and two technical courses that were selected for their ability to maintain, improve, or expand the skills and knowledge pertinent to your area of practice.
ET-88-WI Ethics & Standards of Professional Conduct for Wisconsin Engineers – 2 PDH
This course satisfies the 2-hour professional conduct and ethics requirement. It includes the Wisconsin Chapter A-E 8: Ethics Professional Conduct and Wisconsin Chapter A-E 13 Continuing Education for Professional Engineers.
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. It is a practice-oriented course that allows participants to design systems that satisfy a broad range of design requirements.
CH-02-180 Fuel Cells – 3 PDH
This course provides information about the history of the fuel cell, their principle of operation, and a comparison of fuel cells with other power sources. The course materials present various aspects of the hydrogen-based fuel cell and an introduction to several other fuels and fuel cell technologies.
Wisconsin requires a minimum of 13 PDHs via courses where the registrant interacts in real time in a traditional classroom setting, computer conferencing or interactive video conference where participants are present in the same room or logged in at the same time and can communicate directly with each other and ask questions of the instructor.
You may select 13 PDH hours from the live webinars listed below. Learn more about our live webinars.
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