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State Requirement

Wisconsin

EngineerCE.com welcomes all Wisconsin Professional Engineers to our state licensing renewal information page. It is our principal goal, as is the board’s requirement, to provide meaningful continuing education activities that will enhance the knowledge, skill and expertise of the licensee’s, within his / her chosen field of practice. In addition to providing valuable licensure renewal information in a summarized format, EngineerCE.com has now incorporated “recommended courses” that we believe will further enhance the user’s interest in current topics and events.


Summary License renewal requirement
PDH / CE Hours Required 30 PDH hours biennially
Renewal deadline: July 31, Even years
State Approval: The Wisconsin Board of Professional Engineers does not pre-approve providers or specific courses.
Course Objective:

For all Professional Engineers, at least two (2) PDH shall be in professional conduct and ethics - Professional ethics concerns the standard of professional conduct and responsibility required of a professional engineer.

Professional Engineers shall obtain credit for 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.

PDH / CE Carryover: A maximum of 15 PDH may be carried forward into the next renewal period.
Online Courses: Accepted. No limit on number of PDH that can be achieved through online; however, a minimum of 13 PDH's shall be obtained where the registrant interacts in real time.
State Board's Website: http://drl.wi.gov/index.htm

Listed above is a summary of the requirement of the Wisconsin Board of Professional Engineers. For complete information regarding the continuing information requirement for state license renewal, please visit the Wisconsin Board of Professional Engineers.

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