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Ohio Engineering Ethics

Ohio Engineering Ethics is a 1 PDH on-demand video course for Professional Engineers and Professional Surveyors.  It provides an in-depth look at the Ohio laws and rules relevant to Engineering Ethics, and includes a case study of an engineering tragedy that happened right here in Ohio:  the Ashtabula River Train Disaster.

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!

Customer Reviews

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David Mohr
Well presented, given the "dry" nature of the subject matter.

Case study was very helpful, puts a real-life face on the requirements. On the quizzes, would help to indicate that more than one answer is required for some questions.

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Gregory Wells
The course provided a very thorough review of engineering ethics in Ohio...

...along with an interesting case study. I enjoyed the review of Ohio laws and rules, which was well presented- in sufficient detail but in an understandable fashion. I also found the Ohio case study very relevant.

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Christine Maynard
Interesting case. Good review of ethics rules.

I liked the review of the case study. No improvement necessary.

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Elizabeth Muzek
Thorough overview of the code of ethics and regulations pertaining to State of Ohio PE licenses

The case study was the most interesting portion of the course. A good majority of the course was just reading off of slides with the legal documentation. Wasn't very engaging.