Pursuant to Rule 61G15-22.011, Florida Administrative Code, only Board-approved providers may offer the Florida Laws & Rules course and credit.

To qualify as a Board-approved provider, a provider applicant must:

  • Submit an application to FBPE for approval to provide the continuing education course along with the fee (see CE Provider Application at right); or
  • Be registered as a continuing education provider with the Registered Continuing Education Program of the American Council of Engineering Companies.

For current Board-approved continuing education providers interested in adding a Florida Laws & Rules course to their program, please complete the CE Laws & Rules Provider Application (at right), and submit it to the Board office. If you have any questions about the application, please contact the Board office at (850) 521-0500 ext. 113, or email cedesk@fbpe.org.


In order to maintain status as a continuing education provider, CE providers must renew their application and courses each biennium.

Refer to Rule 61G15-22.014, F.A.C., Duration of Provider Status, which states:

“(1) Continuing education providers are only approved for the biennium during which they applied and must reapply for provider status at the beginning of each biennium. The biennium for continuing education providers ends on May 31st of each odd-numbered year.

(2) A provider must reapply for approval ninety (90) days prior to the expiration date of provider status in order to prevent a lapse in provider status.”

CE course approval is also only valid for the biennium during which it was approved, provided no substantial change is made in the course and the approval status of the provider has not expired or been suspended or revoked. Substantial changes made in any course require the provider to obtain a new approval of that course from FBPE. A provider must reapply for course approval 90 days prior to the date of the end of the biennium, which would be the expiration of course approval in order to prevent a lapse in course approval.

Please note that renewal of the CE provider’s status does not renew the individual courses offered. The CE provider must notify the Board that their provider renewal has been completed to ensure that the courses are updated with the renewal date.


CE providers are no longer required to report CE credits for engineers to FBPE.

Rule 61G15-22.006(3), F.A.C.Demonstrating Compliance; Audits; Investigations, requires Professional Engineer licensees to retain sufficient records demonstrating completion of qualifying professional development hours for at least four years.

CE providers are required to provide completion and attendance certificates to course participants/licensees, and maintain those records for a period of four years. In the event a licensee is selected for a CE audit, the licensee will provide the appropriate certificate to FBPE. Please refer to Rule 61G15-22.012, F.A.C., Obligations of Continuing Education Providers. Failure to comply with this rule may result in a loss of the provider license and the ability to provide continuing education courses to Florida engineers.

The current statutes and rules relating to engineering can be found on the Statutes and Rules page under the Legal section of this website.


Continuing Education Providers

Nancy Wilkins
Licensure Analyst
(850) 521-0500, ext. 113


License renewal for the 2023-25 biennium for FBPE-approved continuing education providers closed May 31, 2023. CE providers that did not renew by that date will need to renew to provide CE courses for Florida PEs.

If you did not renew during the previous renewal period, you will need to contact the Board office at (850) 521-0500, ext. 113, for assistance in renewing your Florida CE provider license.


Click the appropriate button to download the application.