More than 100 Professional Engineers licensed in Florida (listed below) have not responded to the current continuing-education audit and face having a disciplinary complaint opened against them.
Following licensure renewal every two years, a sampling of PEs is randomly audited to ensure they are completing the required 18-hours of continuing education. When renewing their license, PEs attest that they have already completed or will complete their continuing education by midnight Feb. 28 of the renewal period.
Under Rule 61G15-19.004, Florida Administrative Code, penalties for a first violation for failing to complete your CE courses — in addition to the costs of the investigation — can range from a Reprimand and a $1,000 fine to a one-year suspension, a two-year probation, and a $5,000 fine.
FBPE has attempted to contact each of the PEs multiple times at the email address in their account at myfloridalicense.com. Florida statutes require that PEs licensed in the state keep their contact information up to date with the Board. This includes your email address, mailing address, and place of practice. (See Section 455.275(1), Florida Statutes.)
The PEs listed below have until Oct. 20, 2022, to respond to the audit or face possible disciplinary action. If your name and PE number are on the list, please contact Wendy Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Names of the remaining PEs who did not initially respond to the CE audit have been removed because either they have responded and complied with the audit or complaints have been opened against them.