Category: PE Electrical Power Courses

Professional Engineering (PE) Electrical Engineering Power Exam On-Demand Prep Course

Duration: 44 Hours | Instructor: Professor Bobby Rauf, PE, CEM, MBA

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This Sem-Train 44-hour PE On-Demand Review Course is designed to prepare PE candidates for the PE Electrical, Power, NCEES® Exam. This course spans over all subject areas listed in the published NCEES® Syllabus. See the course syllabus, hours and pricing below. All segments include the Audio/Video recordings in MP4 format that can be played on most computers and smart devices. You will hear the instructor and view the Power Point ® slides simultaneously, as if you were attending a live course. You will see the instructor’s laser pointer and occasional annotations. You will see the instructor introduce other vital reference material, i.e. tables, codes, NCEES® FE Reference handbook, etc., as necessary. The NCEES® FE Reference handbook can be downloaded free from the NCEES® website and is highly recommended as one of the reference books to take to the exam until the exam is converted to the CBT format. The Exam preparation and exam taking strategies are covered in the first segment/class to maximize the exam preparation efficiency and the probability of success in the exam.

Even though short introduction to engineering principles and concepts is provided on most topics covered in the course, they focus heavily on problems that in style or content are likely to be encountered in the exam. All lectures are based on Microsoft ® PPT slides and pertinent reference material.

Engineering PDH Credits

Getting to grips with what PDH credits are, how you can accrue them, and the opportunities they open up will help you to get the most out of your engineering career. Picking the right course provider is also vital if you want to ensure your credits are accepted by the state licensing board and to ensure you get the most out of the learning experience.

What are PDH’s?

PDH stands for Professional Development Hours. Engineers are required to renew and refresh their skills and knowledge annually in many states and this measurement unit allows this training to be tracked.

You will receive one PDH credit for each contact hour you undertake in either instructed learning, presentation or study. The most PDH credits you can acquire in one sitting is eight (for example if you attended a seminar from 8 am – 5 pm with an hour’s break).

How can SEM Train help with PDH Credits?

Here at SEM Train, you can access a breadth of professional and experienced Civil, Structural, Electrical and Chemical Engineers who offer PDH webinars, engineering webinars, and PE webinars.

Through SEM Train you will find a whole range of engineering courses that you can undertake online, as well as offering live in-person seminars if that suits you better. For both webinars and in-person seminars, we only offer small class sizes to ensure that your learning experience is the best it can be and that individuals have a chance to discuss ideas and concepts with the lecturers.

We can guarantee that all of our courses will be accepted by your board and we can even arrange for you to complete all of your continuing education PDH credits in just two full sessions if you need to.

Looking for live seminars & webinars?

You can find a full list of our 2019 engineering seminars, webinars and courses here. Make sure you book in early to make sure you secure your place. If you change your mind, or can’t attend the course we offer a full refund if you cancel 30 days in advance or you can use your course credits on a different course in the future if you need to cancel nearer the time.

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