PE Credits

Webinar PDH Information, Guidelines and State Information

CECO ENVIRONMENTAL webinars have been developed to further the knowledge of our staff, representatives, vendors, and customers. Our webinars are available live or on demand, if you want to attend at a time that is more convenient to you. And although our courses are designed for engineers, they are equally informative for any individual working within the environmental industry.


Professional Engineer (PE)

Engineers that have obtained a Professional Engineer License (PE) are required to take continuing education courses to renew and maintain the validity of their license. Most PE programs are maintained/managed through state monitoring. Each state has a different set of guidelines that must be followed but most manage their continuing education by recording/submitting Professional Development Hours (PDH).

CECO is pleased to be able to provide engineering related coursework and professional development hours through online instruction. A one-hour course typically provides the attendee with one PDH unit.


1. Maintain a log of all attendees for 6 years. You must attend the entire webinar and complete the quiz at the end to receive credit for taking the course
2. Administer a quiz and record passing results.
3. Provide a certificate of completion.


State PDH Information

The state providers listed do not pre-approve courses and activities; however, to the best of our knowledge this course/activity meets the continuing education requirements outlined in the state’s guidelines. Final discretion is up to each state governing board.

Please note, if your state is not listed, CECO ENVIRONMENTAL is not able to provide PDH units at this time, but we are working on getting all the states covered for the future.

  1. Alabama
  2. Alaska
  3. Arkansas
  4. Delaware
  5. Georgia
  6. Idaho
  7. Illinois
  8. Iowa
  9. Kansas
  10. Kentucky
  11. Louisiana
  12. Maine
  13. Maryland
  14. Michigan
  15. Minnesota
  16. Mississippi
  17. Missouri
  18. Montana
  19. Nebraska
  20. Nevada
  21. New Hampshire
  22. New Mexico
  23. North Dakota
  24. Ohio
  25. Oklahoma
  26. Oregon
  27. Pennsylvania
  28. South Carolina
  29. South Dakota
  30. Tennessee
  31. Texas
  32. Utah
  33. Virginia
  34. West Virginia
  35. Wisconsin
  36. Wyoming