Continuing educationBeginning with the current biennium, Board-approved providers of Florida laws and rules courses must report the results of Professional Engineers completing the course.

Certificates must be reported through the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulations’ online provider reporting portal using your DBPR online services account at

Providers must report all completions of any Florida laws and rules course offered since March 1, 2023, and going forward using the reporting portal.

If you don’t already have an account, you must create a provider account at DBPR provides a PDF with instructions on creating and using the provider account.

Once you have your provider account, you can start uploading electronic attendance files using DBPR’s CE reporting portal.

FBPE requests that you forward confirmation emails and your provider information to when you have:

  • Opened your provider account with DBPR, and
  • Begun reporting continuing education results in the portal.

This new requirement results from changes to the rule regarding Professional Engineers and their continuing education.

Previously, the Florida Board of Professional Engineers randomly audited PEs to confirm competition of their continuing-education requirements. However after two renewal periods during which too many PEs were failing the audit, Florida statutes required that PEs must report their certificates. Because the Florida laws and rules course can only be offered by Board-approved providers, those providers must report completions of their course by Florida PEs.

PEs licensed in Florida will be required to provide all other continuing-education documentation via the NCEES CPC Tracking system. Instructions for using NCEES CPC Tracking are available for PEs on our website.

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