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Upon completion of the course you will also need to provide the Board with a copy of the completion certificate that shows the course number, course hours, Code edition year, and Code or course focus so that your record can be updated. Certificates can be emailed to FBPE at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. When submitting your certificate to the Board please include your full name and license number in the email.
Due to the number of inquiries FBPE has received regarding the articles published in the October 2015 and April 2016 editions of the quarterly Connection newsletter, please refer to the list below of current Board-approved providers for the advanced building code course. NOTE: You will have to conduct an internet search to obtain contact and website information for these providers, since only the provider's address information is available on DBPR's web portal. The number and types of courses offered varies from provider to provider, so they will need to be contacted directly to obtain available courses.
Broward Community College
Building Officials and Inspectors Educational Association
Florida Engineering Society
Florida State University
Gold Coast School of Construction, Inc.
Informational Resources for Professionals
JC Code & Construction Consultants, Inc.
Mike Holt Enterprises
Nodorah Training Institute
The Media Factory d/b/a Pacepdh.com
Titan Continuing Education
University of Florida
URS Corp. Training
To read more about this topic you can download the April 2016 issue of FBPE's newsletter from our Home page or you can access all issues of FBPE's newsletters by going to the Publications page under Meetings and Information.
For questions related to this requirement or course providers, send an email to email@example.com or call the office at 850-521-0500, ext. 113.
On March 14, 2016, NCEES announced that they are seeking licensed professionals practicing structural engineering to participate in a professional activities and knowledge study, or PAKS, for the Structural Engineering exam. The results of this online survey will be used to update specifications for the exam, which is used by various U.S. states and territories for licensing purposes.
NCEES requires a cross section of licensed professional engineers practicing structural engineering—including those working in industry, consulting, the public sector, and academia—to complete an online survey. The survey will help determine the knowledge and skills required of a licensed structural engineer with 4 to 6 years of experience to practice in a manner that safeguards the health, safety, and welfare of the public. The survey can be completed in about 45 minutes.
For access to the online survey, visit ncees.org/SEsurvey. Responses must be received by May 1, 2016. For more information you can contact Jason J. Gamble, PE, NCEES Exam Development Engineer at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 864-624-5475.
On February 29, 2016, NCEES announced that they are seeking licensed professional engineers practicing in computer engineering to participate in a professional activities and knowledge study (PAKS) to update specifications for the PE Electrical and Computer Engineering exams. The study, which was originally launched in June 2015, requires professional engineers practicing in all areas of electrical and computer engineering. While NCEES has enough participants practicing in electrical/electronic and power engineering, it is extending the study to find additional computer engineering participants.
NCEES requires a cross section of licensed professional engineers practicing computer engineering—including those working in industry, consulting, the public sector, and academia-to complete an online survey about the tasks and knowledge required of a licensed electrical or computer engineer with 4 to 6 years of experience to practice in a manner that safeguards the health, safety, and welfare of the public. The survey can be completed in about 20 minutes.
If you would like more information, please contact Tom Dodd, PhD, PE, NCEES Exam Development Engineer at email@example.com or by calling 864-624-5453. To access the survey, go to http://bit.ly/PEElecComp or CLICK HERE.
Pursuant to Florida Statute 120.74(2), Administrative Procedure Act- Agency Annual Rulemaking and Regulatory Plans; reports, each agency is required by October 1 of each year to prepare and publish its regulatory plan on its website or another state website established for the publication of administrative law records.
The regulatory plan includes a listing of each law enacted or amended during the previous 12 months which creates or modifies the duties or authority of the agency.
You can access FBPE's annual regulatory plan and other agency plans by going to DBPR's website at http://www.myfloridalicense.com/dbpr/ogc/annualregplans.html or you can select ANNUAL REGULATORY PLAN.
If you have any questions regarding FBPE's regulatory plan send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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