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Engineering Seminars and Courses

PDH Engineering Courses

Browse our list of PDH engineering courses below. Our course are recognized by most boards. None of our courses has ever been rejected by any board. You have our full refund guarantee if our course is rejected by any board. Our PDH courses/seminars include in-person seminars, live online webinars, on-demand courses, and self-study courses. You can take our on-demand and self-study PDH courses, directly, online, anytime, anywhere. Please contact us if you have questions on a particular course.

List of Engineering Continuing Education Courses

  • ST-WS101 & 105- Electrical Engineering Principles and Practices for Non-Electrical Engineers Seminar, 1-Day & 2-Day Versions
  • ST-WS102 – Principles and Practice Thermodynamics & HVAC
  • ST-WS103 – Finance, Accounting and Engineering Economics for Engineers, Managers and Technicians
  • ST-WS104 – Program and Process Management in Industrial and other Enterprises
  • ST-SEM107 – Mechanical Engineering Principles & Practice for Non-Mechanical Engineers,  1-Day & 2-Day Versions
  • ST-SEM108 – Arc Flash NFPA 70E 2018
  • ST-SEM109 – Renewable Energy Hot Topics
  • ST-SEM110 – Energy Conservation in Industrial and Commercial Environment
  • ST-SEM111 – Fluid Statics, Hydrodynamics and Hydraulic Machines
  • ST-SEM112 – Construction Project and Workplace Safety Debunking the Myths
  • ST-SEM114 – Maintenance Engineering & Facilities Management in Industrial and Commercial Environment
  • ST-SEM115 – Ergonomics in an Industrial and Commercial Environment
  • ST-SEM116 – A-Z of Project Management for Engineers and Manager
  • ST-SEM117 – Project Management for Energy Engineers and Energy Managers
  • ST-SEM118 – Hydroelectric Principles Seminar/Training
  • ST-SEM119 – PE Electrical Power Exam Course – NCEES Style Problem Based Crash Course
  • ST-SEM120 – Chemical Engineering Principles & Practice for Non-Chemical Engineers
  • ST-SEM121 – FE, Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Review Classes – Electrical, Mechanical and Chemical
  • ST-SEM124 – Refinery Processes fundamentals for Non-Chemical Engineers
  • ST-SEM125 – Natural Gas Processing for Operators

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Our Faculty

Bobby Rauf


Kim L. Craven


Ali Pilehvari

Ph.D., P.E.

Sri Susarla

Ph.D., PE, MBA

Boris Shvartsberg

Ph.D., P.E., P.M.P.

Important Tips

  • In order to enhance the learning experience, the class size is limited – register early.
  • Seminars are subject to cancellation if the minimum registration threshold is not met. Registration fees will be refunded in entirety if a seminar is cancelled.
  • Name on the attendance certificate will be as it appears on the registration documents. Please Note: If an admin associate registers you, have them enter YOUR name on the registration/payment form.
  • Verify exact location of venue before the seminar date. *
  • Bring valid ID and copy of registration information. *
  • Light refreshments (coffee & water) will be served. *
  • Certificates of attendance will be provided.
  • The handouts for the course will be provided via “Drop Box.”
  • Seminar Hours – Each Day: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. One hour for lunch. *
  • Venue Wi-Fi where available. *

* This information applies to in-person, face to face, seminars only.

Cancellation Policy

  • Full refund granted if registration is cancelled 30 days or more prior to the scheduled date of the seminar; otherwise, registrant can apply the course credit toward attendance at another, scheduled, equivalent event, in the region, at a later date. SemTrain, LLC, reserves the right to cancel the seminar when minimum registration threshold is not met. In such case, SemTrain, LLC, will issue full refund to the registrant. Registrants for live, in-person seminars, in some cases, may be given the option to attend the on-line, live, webinar, version of the seminar.


Bobby, I would like to say that even though I am not an engineer, I am really glad that I took this class. You have helped me to dissect and visualize some of the terms and concepts that were not tangible to me prior to this class.

Kimberly T.,2011