License renewal for continuing education providers in Florida is currently underway. All current CE provider licenses will expire after May 31, 2019.
Professional Engineer licenses have been updated and now include Special Inspector numbers. The revised licenses also have the FBPE logo in the upper right corner.
There are just two weeks left to renew your Florida Professional Engineer license or your firm’s Certificate of Authorization, and complete your continuing education requirements. Don’t risk your license by waiting until the last minute.
If you were among the more than 800 Florida Professional Engineer licensees who received an email recently about your incomplete renewal, you must take action to complete your renewal.
Florida Professional Engineer license numbers have been issued for those who passed the October 2018 Principles & Practice of Engineering exam, and licenses, along with a wallet cards, can now be printed from an electronic file
The Florida Board of Professional Engineers and the Florida Engineering Management Corporation meetings scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 10 and 11, in Orlando have been canceled.
Walid M. Sobh, 55, has been appointed by Gov. Rick Scott to fill a vacancy on the Florida Board of Professional Engineers. Mr. Sobh’s term runs May 1 through Oct. 31, 2018.
Photo courtesy of Florida Atlantic University SET Program It’s barely spring break, but for elementary, middle- and high-school students, it’s time to start planning for summer camps. Florida universities and their colleges of engineering are offering a variety of camps and programs geared toward students interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, or STEM. Following…
Beginning Jan. 1, 2018, NCEES cut the cost of registering for the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam by $50, from $225 to $175. The new fee applies only to registrations completed on or after Jan. 1.
The board remains active when it comes to updating and revising Florida’s engineering practice rules. The goal of the board’s efforts is to remain current with changes in Florida’s laws, changes in our profession and changes in technology while also remaining responsive to Florida’s licensed professional engineers.