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Florida Laws and Rules for Engineers (Biennium Cycle 2017-2019) (FL Approved Course No. 0010342)

Mark Rossow

This course is designed to meet the Florida Board of Professional Engineers continuing education requirement that a minimum of 1 PDH per renewal period must be devoted to study of recent changes (that affect engineering practice) in
Chapter 61G15 of the Florida Administrative Code – “Board of Professional Engineers Organization & Purpose”
Chapter 455 of Title XXXII of the Florida Statutes – “Business and Professional Regulation: General Provisions”
Chapter 471 of Title XXXII of the Florida Statutes – “Engineering”
The course is for the current biennial cycle, 2017-2019 (renewal date of February 28, 2019). The changes described in the course went into effect during the immediately preceding biennium cycle, 2015-2017. Study of recent disciplinary actions taken by the Florida Board of Professional Engineers is also included.

* Note: This course can be used to satisfy 1-hour Florida Law (Florida Laws and Rules) training requirement for engineers licensed in Florida.

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