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Engineering Ethics On Trial

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Engineering Ethics On Trial is a 1 PDH on-demand video course for Professional Engineers and Professional Surveyors that focuses on four real-world case studies.

Each case has all involved public trials and lots of controversy, which makes the course both engaging and educational. Topics such as bribery, corruption, forgery, identity theft and competency are discussed in detail.

This course satisfies one Personal Development Hour (PDH) of Engineering Ethics Continuing Education for the states of Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

  • Provides video presentations and quizzes that can be completed on your computer, tablet or smartphone
  • Automatically times the presentations to ensure that the minimum amount of study time is met
  • Monitors your participation electronically
  • Provides a Certificate of Completion immediately upon completion of the course

Best of all, this course comes with our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.  If you're not completely satisfied with the course, simply contact us and we will provide a full refund!

Customer Reviews

Based on 99 reviews
Chris Fildes
Both educational and entertaining.

I liked the takeaways at the end of each case study. The 4th case study was lengthier than was necessary.

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Jeffrey Ruschke
Very good case studies related to ethics in engineeering.

Since the course was originally produced in 2020, it would be good to update the case studies with the latest status since 2 of the 4 had not been resolved in 2020.

Great case studies. Informative and entertaining

The real-life case studies were great to hear about.

The bribery case was the best one.

Overall - pretty dry. One speaker with the same monotone voice. Maybe some video would help.