Author: John Southard, M.S., P.E.
Course #: 02019001

PDH : 1 hrs

Price: $10.00

*** Florida Board of Professional Engineers Approval Course# 02019001 ***

The Florida laws and rules course by pdhlibrary.com is designed to be an interactive continuing education course. This course will fulfill the Florida laws & rules 1 PDH course requirement for state of Florida professional engineers for the renewal period ending February 28, 2021. This course shall be taken between March 2019 and February 2021. Students of this online pdh course are encouraged to contact pdhlibrary.com if they have any questions about the course materials while reading the online continuing education course. All inquiries will be answered within two days.

- To complete the course you must pass a short 10 question multiple-choice/ true-false quiz. The quiz can be found in the last chapter of the course materials.

Primary Objectives:

The primary objective of this course is to familiarize the student with the laws
and rules regulating the practice of engineering in the state of Florida. The
course will focus on changes to the laws and rules that have been
implemented during the previous biennium from February 2017 to February
2019. Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be well
versed of these changes as well as other applications of the laws and rules.

How to Read this Course

Portions of the Florida Administrative Code section 61G15, Florida Statutes 455, and 471 which were revised over the last biennium have been published. The changes which have taken place to section 61G15 have been highlighted using red underlined text for the additions and green stricken text for the deletions.

In order to complete this course, the student must pass the quiz published in
the final chapter of the course. It is recommended that the student keep these
questions in mind as they read through the course.

Topics Covered

- Rules adopted, amended or repealed during the immediately preceding

- Changes to Chapters 455 and 471, F.S made by the legislature during the
preceding biennium that pertain to the practice of engineering.