Wisconsin-Civil Engineering Package: 30 PDH


This package satisfies all 30 required hours of professional development.

  1. 2 hours professional conduct and ethics, ref. Wisconsin Administrative Code A-E 13.03(1)(b)
  2. 13 hours of live interactive courses, ref. Wisconsin Administrative Code A-E 13.03(1)(c)
  3. 17 hours of distance education courses, ref. Wisconsin Administrative Code A-E 13.03(2)(b)
Ten live interactive webinars and four distance learning courses guaranteed to be accepted by the Wisconsin Examining Board of Architects, Landscape Architects, Professional Engineers, Designers and Land SurveyorsInstructor: Raymond Bosek, PE
Package includes the following ten live interactive courses:
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Webinar: Design for Construction Safety: 1 PDH

This course will provide engineers with information on how to recognize and anticipate construction hazards and how to eliminate them with well thought out design features. This course emphasizes permanent design features that eliminate or reduce the risk to hazards.Read More

Webinar: Ethics for the Practicing Engineer: 1 PDH

In this introductory ethics course the engineer will understand why we study ethics as engineering professionals, ethical theories to use in our ethical decision making, and some tools to identify and resolve ethical conflicts.Read More

Webinar: Administering the Construction Project: 2.5 PDH

In this course we will review the management and administrative procedures that practitioners will need to guide construction projects from the pre-construction phase to project close out successfully. The course will benefit professional engineers serving as project managers or field representatives by presenting techniques that can be applied to the construction project to enhance operations, improve scheduling, mitigate issues, and help minimize and resolve claims or disputes.Read More

Webinar: Infrastructure Planning: 2 PDH

This course presents the main concepts of infrastructure planning in the public sector including the environmental, social, and institutional assessments and discusses many planning methodologies and approaches. The purpose of this course is to provide practitioners involved in planning public infrastructure projects with guidelines to be considered and applied in the planning process.Read More

Webinar: Storm Shelters & Safe Rooms: 1 PDH

This course presents engineers with important information about the design and construction of community and residential safe rooms that will provide protection during tornado and hurricane events. The course will center around design guides FEMA P-320, P-361, and ICC 500.Read More

Webinar: Bases and Subbases for Concrete Pavements: 1 PDH

In this course the student will understand the best practices for the design and construction of bases and subbases for concrete pavements as well as the effects on performance.Read More

Webinar: Internal Curing for Concrete Pavements: 1 PDH

In this course the student will understand the concepts and benefits of internal curing for concrete pavements including mixture design, quality control, and studies of practical applications over the past two decades.Read More

Webinar: Roller Compact Concrete Pavements: 1 PDH

This introductory course provides the engineer the basic understanding of the fundamentals of RCCP in design and construction. It presents an overview of the best practices for roller-compacted concrete pavement, its uses, its mixtures and construction.Read More

Webinar: Accessibility: 2010 ADA Guidelines – Building Blocks: 1 PDH

This course will focus on the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities (the 2010 ADA Accessibility Design Guidelines): it will cover an overview of ADA, its impact/compliance on new construction and existing facilities and will deep dive into chapter 3: Building Blocks of the ADA guidelines covering in detail all regulations and requirements.Read More

Webinar: Fasteners: 1.5 PDH

This course presents an in-depth look at steel fasteners with focus on structural fasteners, since they are a critical part of most steel structures. A broad range of topics will be discussed including fastener strength, selection criteria, available coatings and testing. This course will go beyond the standards and specifications and provide engineers with helpful background information and practical strategies to mitigate fastener issues and keep projects trouble free.Read More

Package includes the following five distance education courses:

Ethics for Professional Engineers: 1 PDH

In this course the student will study the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) Code of Ethics. This Ethics course is intended to fulfill any state’s ethics requirement. A ten-question quiz will test his or her understanding of the subject.Read MorePreview Course

Approach Roadway Deformations: 4 PDH

In this course the student will understand roadway approach embankment design and construction and methods to mitigate deformations typically seen in these structure, including the infamous “bump” encountered at the approach to structure interface.Read MorePreview Course

Slope Stability in Embankments and Structures: 5 PDH

In this course the student will understand the design of slope stability in embankments and structures and how to recognize, analyze, and solve slope instability issues encountered.Read MorePreview Course

Strategies for Improving Sustainability of Asphalt Pavements: 3 PDH

In this course the student will understand sustainability throughout the entire pavement life cycle and the importance of recognizing context sensitivity and assessing trade-offs in developing sustainable solutions.Read MorePreview Course

Stress and Strain in Soils: 4 PDH

In this course the student will understand the properties and mechanics of soils and accurately calculate the stresses and deformations of soil masses.Read MorePreview Course

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