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Please be advised that effective March 1, 2015 all professional engineers licensed in Florida will be required to obtain a total of eighteen (18) continuing education (CE) course hours in order to renew their licenses. These requirements are officially in effect for the 2015-2017 biennial renewal.
Of the 18 hours, one (1) hour must be related to the laws and rules of professional engineers, one (1) hour must relate to professional ethics, and the remaining 16 hours can relate to any topic pertinent to the practice of engineering. Continuing education hours may be earned by presenting or attending seminars, in-house or non-classroom courses, workshops, or professional or technical presentations made at meetings, webinars, conventions, or conferences, including those presented by vendors with specific knowledge related to the licensee’s area of practice. Up to four (4) hours of the continuing education course hours may be obtained by serving as an officer for a Board-recognized professional or technical engineering society. The required hours relating to law, rules and ethics may also be earned by a PE serving as a member of the Legislature or as an elected state or local official.
Course Prefixes:
  • AOP = Area of Practice (for PE's. The AOP course numbers displayed on this website are Adcox Group numbers. We report these courses to the DBPR using the State-assigned course numbers 198, 199, 200, and 201.)
  • CILB = Construction Industry Licensing Board
  • ECLB = Electrical Contractors Licensing Board
  • ENG = Florida Board of Professional Engineers
LAWS AND RULES
Current Changes to Chapter 61G15-18, Chapter 471 Florida Statutes and 455 Florida Statutes
By Dr. John W. Adcox, CPC

For Engineers, this meets your 4 hour Laws and Rules requirement to renew your license for the 2015-2017 period.

Through the completion of the course:

  • The student will learn the history of the Florida Board of Professional Engineers.
  • The student will learn about the recent changes to the Florida Statutes and the Florida Administrative Code regarding the practice of Engineering.
  • The student will review the details of the Florida Statutes and the Florida Administrative Code regarding the practice of Engineering.
  • The student will gain reference to additional resources regarding the governing statutes and codes.
1 hour ENG #0000135 $25.00
ENGINEERING
Avoiding a Tax Audit for Engineers
By Matthew Ward
  • The student will know what a tax audit is.
  • The student will be able to identify the consequences of an audit.
  • The student will understand what elements make it more likely to be audited.
  • The student will know what errors commonly cause an audit.
  • The student will have knowledge of the best ways to reduce the probability of a tax audit being triggered.
1 hour AOP #0005571 $25.00
Basic Concrete Tech
By Dr. John W. Adcox, CPC
  • The student will be aware of History of concrete.
  • The student will understand Concrete components and Design
  • The student will be aware of Quality Control.
  • The student will be understand what is Durable Concrete.
3 hours AOP #0005572 $75.00
Basics of Building Green
By Dr. John W. Adcox, CPC
  • The student will understand the need for building green.
  • The student will understand the current effects that buildings are having on the environment.
  • The student will understand how green certification is obtained.
  • The student will now have knowledge of green standards.
  • The student will understand the need to maintain green and the term green washing.
2 hours AOP #0005573 $50.00
Basics of Financial Statements
By Matthew Ward
  • The student will understand what financial statements are.
  • The student will be able to identify the different financial statements.
  • The student will understand the purpose of the individual financial statements.
  • The student will be able to read and understand financial statements.
  • The student will have knowledge of who uses financial statements and how.
  • The student will understand basic ways to improve specific financial measures.
1 hour AOP #0005574 $25.00
Construction Scheduling Using CPM
By Dr. John W. Adcox, CPC
  • The student will understand the different types of schedule used in the construction industry.
  • The student will understand how to create a construction schedule.
  • The student will understand the need for scheduling.
1 hour AOP #0005580 $25.00
Contract Review
By W. Ronald Woods, P.E.

This course is written from the perspective of an Engineer, not an attorney. While it contains information believed to be legally correct by the author, it should not take the place of appropriate legal review of a contract for Professional Services. The intent of this course is to make the professional aware of contract provisions and their implications, so that appropriate legal counsel can be sought.

2 hours AOP #0005581 $50.00
Electrical Fundamentals, Standards & Motors
By Lavelle Davis

This four hour online course will focus on the basic concepts and theories of electricity, electrical standards and electrical motors. The overall objective is to provide an overview of electrical theory with circuit calculations and the electrical standards.

  • The student will understand basic concepts and fundamentals of electricity.
  • The student will understand electric motors, their operations, and the electrical theories involved.
  • The student will understand how electrical standards are developed, the organizations responsible, and electrical codes.
4 hours AOP #0005585 $100.00
Engineering Ethics - General Principles
By Dr. John W. Adcox, CPC

The course primary objective is to provide background and examples of the “Code Of Ethics” required by the Professional Engineers.

1 hour AOP #0005586 $25.00
Introduction to Residential Green Building (PE Area of Practice)
By David Reed
  • The student will understand the basic concept of green building.
  • The student will understand the main green standards in Florida
  • The student will understand the basic green principles of green building
  • The student will be understand how to better assess green project
1 hour AOP #0005590 $25.00
Mold in Buildings
By Dr. John W. Adcox, CPC
  • The student will understand the concept mold in construction.
  • The student will be able to identify types of molds.
  • The student will have knowledge of mold sources.
  • The student will understand the effects of mold in construction.
  • The student will have knowledge of mold damage.
  • The student will understand the liabilities and insurance claims relating to mold.
  • The student will be able to identify mold clean up procedures.
2 hours AOP #0005592 $50.00
Quick Estimating Methods
By Dr. John W. Adcox, CPC
  • The student will understand the typical estimating procedure.
  • The student will become familiar with shortcuts used in concrete, wood and roofing estimating.
  • The student will become familiar with shortcuts used in drywall, masonry and finishes estimating.
1 hour AOP #0005595 $25.00
Transformers, Circuits & Grounding
By Dr. John W. Adcox, CPC

This five hour online course will provide the basic concepts for transformers, circuits, and grounding. The overall objective is to provide an overview of the purpose, basics, effects, types, troubleshooting and hazards working with transformers. Another objective is to discuss circuits and grounding.

  • The student will understand purpose, and basics of transformers.
  • The student will gain knowledge of transformers effect on current, losses, impedance and protection.
  • The student will gain knowledge of transformer troubleshooting and specific hazards.
  • The student will understand how circuits operate and applications.
  • The student will gain knowledge of grounding.
5 hours AOP #0007132 $125.00
Understanding and Reducing the Risk of Vibration Related Damage
By Bryan Busse

It is the responsibility of contractors to properly build new structures or repair old ones. It is also the responsibility of contractors to not damage adjacent structures as a result of their work activities. Every experienced contractor can tell stories of disgruntled homeowners or property owners up in arms because the work that has been performed on an adjacent site "is going to make my house fall down".

1 hour AOP #0005601 $25.00
What is Quality Construction?
By Dr. John W. Adcox, CPC
  • The student will understand how to put together a Construction Team.
  • The student will understand how Risk, Liabilities, and Conflict Avoidance all play a part in Quality Construction.
  • The student will understand how to design with quality in mind. Construction.
1 hour AOP #0005604 $25.00
Workplace Safety and OSHA (AOP course only)
By Dr. John W. Adcox, CPC
  • The student will understand OSHA and how it functions.
  • The student will understand the OSHA inspection process.
  • The student will be able to identify OSHA's four focus inspection areas.
  • The student will understand scaffold safety.
  • The student will be aware of the requirements for having a safe constructionoperation.
  • The student will be able to identify the common safety hazards on a construction job site.
  • The student will understand hazardous communications.
2 hours AOP #0005605 $50.00