The Engineers' Club offers courses which meet the needs of many practicing technical professionals. In today's rapidly changing world, it is mandatory that engineers not only maintain, but continually increase both technical and management skills to remain on the cutting edge.
The professional development hour (PDH) value for each course is provided. It is the participant's responsibility to determine whether the course complies with the requirements of the registration or certifying agency. A certificate of completion will be provided to those completing the course. We will also maintain registration and attendance records.
Pennsylvania does not approve courses. We have been designated by New Jersey as an exempt provider of continuing professional competency credits.
Below are the courses we are offering for the upcoming semester; click on the section heading for more information on each of the courses. You can download a flyer with this information here
0913: Ethical Considerations of Consultant and Public Sector On-site Assignments
Class Dates: Thursday, October 31, 2013, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Below are the courses we have offered in the past. If you would be interested in taking one of these courses, email us; if enough interest is expressed, we will try to schedule the course.
CO-1: 2009 International Building Code
CO-2: Construction Cost Estimating
CO-3: Construction Project Management
EL-1: Fiber Optics and Network Wiring
EL-2: Advanced Fiber Optics and Network Wiring
EL-3: FCC License Exam Preparation
EL-4: Photo Voltaic Systems Installation
EL-5: Grounding and Bonding
EL-7: Fundamentals of Instrumentation and Control
EL-8: Small Wind Turbine Installation
FP-1: Sprinkler Systems Basics
FP-2: Advanced Sprinkler Systems
GEO-4: Geothermal Heat Pump Systems
ME-1: Basic Piping Design
ME-2. Heating and Ventilation
ME-3. Air Conditioning for Designers
Project Management and Communications
MA-1: Project Management
PM-2: Advanced Engineering Project Management: Avoiding Project Failure
PM-3: How to Communicate with Diplomacy and Tact