Many PEs probably assume that their state’s Code of Ethics is about the same as others.
I used to assume the same thing.
However when I recently prepared an Engineering Ethics presentation for the NKSPE, I found a number of remarkable differences between the Ohio Code of Ethics and the Kentucky Code of Professional Practice and Conduct.
As it turns out, both Codes have been in existence for a long time, and each one has been modified differently over the years.
A few of the differences are a bit bizarre (in my opinion), which is what made the presentation interesting.
I’ve now taken that presentation and modified it to be a new 1 PDH Engineering Ethics class.
Ohio and Kentucky Engineering Ethics covers all of the Ohio and Kentucky laws and rules applicable to Engineering Ethics. The two codes are presented side-by-side, enabling me to explain the similarities and the differences between the two.
The course also includes a Case Study of the Martin County Coal Slurry Spill, documenting the actions of Engineeer-turned-Whistleblower Jack Spadaro. Video clips from the documentary Sludge are used to enhance the case study and let you see the disaster firsthand.
I’ve also paired this new course with our popular Engineering Ethics On Trial class as a 2 PDH Bundle Pack, which will satisfy your biannial requirement for Ohio Engineering Ethics training.
Both the Class and the Bundle Pack are now available for a low introductory price until Friday May 7th.
As an added bonus, you can save an additional 10% on any class on the website until May 7th by using the discount code "Kentucky10".
All classes meet the State of Ohio's requirements for "Timed and Monitored" online classes, and you'll immediately receive a Certificate of Completion for your records after you complete each class.
Best of all, we offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee for all of our courses. If you’re not completely satisfied, just contact us and we’ll provide a 100% refund.