Here is a summary of the engineering continuing education requirements mandated by the Montana Board of Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors.
|Hours Required||30 hours biennially|
|Renewal Dates||June 30 of even-numbered years for all engineers|
|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||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.” A maximum of 10 PDH will be allowed per renewal cycle for self-study. Self-study is considered a formatted review of new subject matter or technical information such as video tapes series, Internet courses that do not include a final examination, etc. Courses from our courses are not subject to this limit as they require the engineer pass a quiz to receive a certificate of completion, and are therefore not considered self-study.|
|Approved Activities||Successful completion of online courses is accepted by the Board.|
|PDH Carryover||A maximum of 15 PDH may be carried forward into the next renewal period.|
Last updated on February 8, 2016
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