Continuing EE Education
All CEEE courses are eligible for CEU-credits
IEEE Continuing Education Programs are peer-reviewed by content experts. This peer review guarantees both quality of the technical content of learning materials, as well as adherence to IEEE’s strict criteria for educational excellence. All programs that pass this strict process are entitled to award IEEE Continuing Education Units (CEUs), recognized as the standard of excellence for continuing education programs in IEEE’s fields of interest.
In the United States, many states require professional engineers to obtain Professional Development Hours (PDHs) for maintaining licensure. Through IEEE's continuing education offerings professional engineers can earn PDH certificates that can be used as evidence of participation in these courses to help meet their requirements.
Each hour counts as 0.1 CEU (CEU = Continuing Education Units). Also, 0.1 CEU = 1 PDH (Professional Development Hour). The CEU is a currency that measures a person's participation in a formal, non-credit continuing education program, such as a workshop, seminar, tutorial, or self-study course.
IEEE is an Authorized CEU Provider. One CEU is equal to ten contact hours of instruction in a continuing education activity. Currently, thirty states require Professional Development Hours to maintain P.E. licensure, encouraging engineers to seek CEUs for their participation in Continuing Education programs. Evidence of participation in these courses also helps engineers meet company training requirements.
Registration: Please use vTools: https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/ and click on “Find Meeting”.
More information can be obtained from:
IEEE Continuing Education Coordinator
IEEE Educational Activities
445 Hoes Lane
Piscataway, NJ 08854
Educational Activities website: www.ieee.org/web/education/home
IEEE Continuing Education Units: www.ieee.org/web/education/ceus