Here is a summary of the engineering continuing education requirements mandated by the Idaho Board of Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors.
|Hours Required||30 hours biennially1, 2|
|Renewal Dates||The last day of the engineer’s birth month. Those born in even years expire in even years and those born in odd years expire in odd years.|
|Board Approval||The Board does not pre-approve providers or specific courses. Each engineer must determine whether an activity meets the Board’s requirements.|
|Approved Content||Technical or professional content is accepted, although there are no specific restrictions on other types of content. In general, the course must have a “clear purpose and objective which will maintain, improve, or expand the skills and knowledge relevant to the licensee’s field of practice.” However, all courses must be “relevant” to the practice of the licensee, and the licensee may be called upon by the board to explain how a course is relevant to his/her practice.|
|Approved Activities||Distance learning courses are specifically listed as approved activities. There is no limit on the number of hours that can be earned through distance learning. 3|
|PDH Carryover||A maximum of 30 PDH may be carried forward into the next renewal period.|
Last updated on January 29, 2019
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