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Ohio and Kentucky Engineering Ethics

If you're licensed in Ohio, Kentucky or both states this 1 PDH on-demand video course will provide you with everything that you need to know about the laws, regulations and rules applicable to Professional Engineers and Surveyors in both states!

The laws and rules of both states are reviewed side-by-side, with the smilarities and differences between the two highlighted and discussed. 

In addition, the course includes an indepth case study of the Martin County Coal Slurry Spill, with video footage from a documentary of the event called "Sludge".

This course satisfies all of the Professional Development Hour (PDH) requirements for online continuing education classes in the State of Ohio:

  • 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 per State of Ohio requirements
  • Monitors your participation electronically per State of Ohio requirements
  • 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!

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T.P.
Informative

Case study is always interesting

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Vincent Sodd
Real examples not hypothetical discussion

Examples in the first three chapters would not hurt. The biggest issue is that even after you pass you don't get the chance to understand what you missed if you received 75% out of 100.

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T.S.
Good overview of law, Regis and rules, and the case study tied things together

Case study was very interesting.

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Ronald Whipkey
The course does a nice job of illustrating the laws and rules & regulations of each state...

...highlighting some differences between the two states. I liked the side-by-side comparisons of the laws and the rules & regulations of each state, and pointing out several of the differences between the two states. It would be helpful to leave some of the individual slides up a little longer to allow for finishing reading each slide; I had to go back a few times to pick up something that I did not finish reading. The case study was interesting, but I do not think it was particularly applicable since Jack Spadaro was not a PE. I understand the points that were made regarding ethics, but I think a case study should be based on a situation involving an actual PE. Thanks.

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jason ainslie
Needed less reading of codes and more examples of nebulous situations.

Even the case study was about as black and white as ethics get. I liked the ease of access.