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PACKAGE NO: NY18C-03W
PACKAGE PDH: 18
PACKAGE PRICE: $579.15
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Open Channel Hydraulics I - The Manning Equation (C03-205W)
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Open Channel Hydraulics II - Sharp-Crested Weirs (C03-207W)
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Flood Resilience of Water and Wastewater Utilities (C02-208W)
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Failure of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge (C02-212W)
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Construction of Hoover Dam (C02-209W)
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Panama Canal: History, Design and Lessons Learned (C02-210W)
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Design and Construction of Sanitation and Water Projects in the Third World (C02-207W)
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The Scope of Ethics in Professional Engineering (LE2-204W)
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Courses in this Package
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COURSE TITLE: Open Channel Hydraulics I - The Manning Equation
COURSE NO: C03-205W
Course Highlights

This online engineering PDH live webinar focuses on the basic nature of flow in open channels and common ways of classifying open channel flow (laminar or turbulent, steady state or unsteady state, uniform or non-uniform, and critical, subcritical or supercritical).  It presents several worked examples to gain practice in the use of the Manning equation for a variety of uniform open channel flow calculations.

 

Flow of water may take place either as open channel flow or pressure flow.  Pressure flow takes place in a closed conduit such as a pipe, and pressure is the primary driving force for the flow.  For open channel flow, on the other hand, the flowing liquid has a free surface that is at atmospheric pressure and the driving force is gravity.  Open channel flow takes place in natural channels like rivers and streams. It also occurs in manmade channels such as those used to transport wastewater or irrigation water and in circular sewers flowing partially full.

 

This 3 PDH online live webinar is intended primarily for civil, hydraulic, highway, environmental, chemical, mechanical, and industrial engineers, who are interested in learning more about open channel hydraulics.

Learning Objectives

This PE continuing education live webinar is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Understanding the difference between laminar and turbulent flow, steady state and unsteady state, as well as uniform and non-uniform open channel flow
  • Calculating the hydraulic radius for flow of specified depth in an open channel with specified cross-sectional shape and size
  • Calculating the Reynolds number for a specified open channel flow and determine whether the flow is laminar or turbulent flow
  • Determining a value for the Manning roughness coefficient for flow in manmade or natural channels using the example tables provided in this course
  • Using the Manning equation to calculate volumetric flow rate, average velocity, Manning roughness coefficient, or channel bottom slope, if given adequate information about a reach of an open channel
  • Using the Manning equation with an iterative procedure to calculate normal depth for a specified volumetric flow rate, channel bottom slope, channel shape and size, and Manning roughness coefficient for a reach of open channel flow
  • Performing calculations for full or partial full flow under gravity in a circular pipe
How it works

For complete information on how to sign up and attend a Live Webinar, please click on the following links:

Webinar Registration

Once you have decided on a webinar or multiple webinars, click on “Add to Cart”. At this point, you will need to log in to your account, or register if you don’t have one yet, to complete your purchase. (The Log in/Register links are located at the top right corner of the computer screen.) Following purchase, you will immediately receive two emails: one confirming your registration with a receipt of webinar purchase and the other providing you with instructions on webinar access and completion. Subsequently, you will also receive reminder emails with the same instructions 24 hours as well as 2 hours prior to your scheduled webinar. You can also download these instructions from your account at anytime.

We recommend that you register for any webinar ahead of time, although you can still register online up to the start time of the webinar. If you need any assistance with last minute webinar registrations, please contact us at 877-322-5800.

Webinar Access

From the webinar access and completion instructions that you receive, you will be provided with a link to access the webinar platform from your computer to view the pesentation as well as listen to and interact with the instructor. Therefore, to get connected, you will need a computer with high-speed internet as well as microphone and speaker capabilities. We recommend using a headset connected to your computer for enhanced audio quality.

Alternatively, if your computer is not equipped with a microphone and speakers, you need to dial in using a phone line. From the webinar access and completion instructions, you will be also provided with a dial-in number to join the webinar and listen in. Furthermore, you will be provided with a link to download the webinar handout, or you can download it directly from you account, in the event you are unable to view the webinar on your computer screen.

Regardless of the connection method used, you will have the opportunity to interact with the instructor at the appropriate times either way. We recommend that you connect to the webinar approximately 10 to 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.

Certificate of Completion (PDH Credit)

Following attending the webinar, you need to return to the CEDengineering.com website and log in to your account to complete and submit the feedback form. Once submitted, we will email you your Certificate of Completion. You can also download it instantly, or at anytime, from your account where all your PDH records are kept for your convenience at all times.

PDH Accredited Webinars (including IA, NE, NY, OH and WI)

CEDengineering.com live interactive webinars are accepted for PDH or CEU credit by all State Licensing Boards (including IA, NE, NY, OH and WI) mandating continuing professional competency, as they are prepared in compliance with the requirements of all State Licensing Boards. For additional details, please refer to your State Requirements.

Our PDH or CEU accredited webinars are developed and conducted by subject matter experts experienced in their field of practice. Our webinars are designed as live interactive web-conferences allowing you the opportunity to fully interact with the instructor at any time during the webinar from the convenience of your home, office or anywhere using your computer or mobile device.

Webinar Cancellation

If you register but you cannot attend due to unforeseen circumstances, we will issue a full refund if you notify us of your cancellation 24 hours in advance. If you must cancel in less than 24 hours, we will exchange it with another webinar of equal value that you select and attend at a date of your convenience. There is no expiration to your purchase so you don’t have to worry.

Group Webinars

If you have seven (7) or more engineers interested in attending the same webinar, we encourage you to enroll in our Group Webinar Program and purchase the one of interest to maximize your savings. Our webinars cover a variety of engineering and ethical topics and are presented by subject matter experts distinguished by their many years of practical engineering experience and academic standings.

If you need any additional information on our Group Webinar Program, please contact us at 877-322-5800 or email us info@cedegineering.com.

COURSE TITLE: Open Channel Hydraulics II - Sharp-Crested Weirs
COURSE NO: C03-207W
Course Highlights

This online engineering PDH live webinar is devoted to the more widely used sharp-crested weir.  It places emphasis on the calculations used to measure for flow rate in various types of sharp-crested weirs. It presents guidelines for the installation, measurement and use of sharp-crested weirs in open channels.

 

A weir is basically an obstruction in an open channel flow path.  Weirs are commonly used for measurement of open channel flow rate.  A weir functions by causing water to rise above the obstruction in order to flow over it.  The height of water above the obstruction correlates with the flow rate, so that measurement of the height of the flowing water above the top of the weir can be used to determine the flow rate through the use of an equation, graph or table.  The top of the weir, which is used as the reference level for the height of water flowing over it, is called the crest of the weir.  Weirs are typically classified as being either sharp-crested or broad-crested.

 

This 3 PDH online live webinar is intended primarily for civil, hydraulic, highway, environmental, chemical, mechanical, and industrial engineers, who are interested in learning more about open channel hydraulics.

Learning Objectives

This PE continuing education live webinar is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Familiarizing with standard terminology used in conjunction with sharp-crested weirs for open channel flow measurement
  • Applying the Kindsvater-Carter equation to calculate the flow rate over a suppressed rectangular weir for given head over the weir and weir dimensions
  • Applying the Kindsvater-Carter equation to calculate the flow rate over a contracted rectangular weir for given head over the weir and weir dimensions
  • Knowing the conditions required in order to use the equation, Q = 2.49H2.48, for calculating the flow rate over a V- notch weir for given head over the weir and weir dimensions
  • Applying the Kindsvater-Carter equation to calculate the flow rate over a V-notch weir for notch angles other than 90o, given head over the weir and weir dimensions
  • Familiarizing with the installation and use guidelines for sharp-crested weirs for open channel flow measurement
How it works

For complete information on how to sign up and attend a Live Webinar, please click on the following links:

Webinar Registration

Once you have decided on a webinar or multiple webinars, click on “Add to Cart”. At this point, you will need to log in to your account, or register if you don’t have one yet, to complete your purchase. (The Log in/Register links are located at the top right corner of the computer screen.) Following purchase, you will immediately receive two emails: one confirming your registration with a receipt of webinar purchase and the other providing you with instructions on webinar access and completion. Subsequently, you will also receive reminder emails with the same instructions 24 hours as well as 2 hours prior to your scheduled webinar. You can also download these instructions from your account at anytime.

We recommend that you register for any webinar ahead of time, although you can still register online up to the start time of the webinar. If you need any assistance with last minute webinar registrations, please contact us at 877-322-5800.

Webinar Access

From the webinar access and completion instructions that you receive, you will be provided with a link to access the webinar platform from your computer to view the pesentation as well as listen to and interact with the instructor. Therefore, to get connected, you will need a computer with high-speed internet as well as microphone and speaker capabilities. We recommend using a headset connected to your computer for enhanced audio quality.

Alternatively, if your computer is not equipped with a microphone and speakers, you need to dial in using a phone line. From the webinar access and completion instructions, you will be also provided with a dial-in number to join the webinar and listen in. Furthermore, you will be provided with a link to download the webinar handout, or you can download it directly from you account, in the event you are unable to view the webinar on your computer screen.

Regardless of the connection method used, you will have the opportunity to interact with the instructor at the appropriate times either way. We recommend that you connect to the webinar approximately 10 to 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.

Certificate of Completion (PDH Credit)

Following attending the webinar, you need to return to the CEDengineering.com website and log in to your account to complete and submit the feedback form. Once submitted, we will email you your Certificate of Completion. You can also download it instantly, or at anytime, from your account where all your PDH records are kept for your convenience at all times.

PDH Accredited Webinars (including IA, NE, NY, OH and WI)

CEDengineering.com live interactive webinars are accepted for PDH or CEU credit by all State Licensing Boards (including IA, NE, NY, OH and WI) mandating continuing professional competency, as they are prepared in compliance with the requirements of all State Licensing Boards. For additional details, please refer to your State Requirements.

Our PDH or CEU accredited webinars are developed and conducted by subject matter experts experienced in their field of practice. Our webinars are designed as live interactive web-conferences allowing you the opportunity to fully interact with the instructor at any time during the webinar from the convenience of your home, office or anywhere using your computer or mobile device.

Webinar Cancellation

If you register but you cannot attend due to unforeseen circumstances, we will issue a full refund if you notify us of your cancellation 24 hours in advance. If you must cancel in less than 24 hours, we will exchange it with another webinar of equal value that you select and attend at a date of your convenience. There is no expiration to your purchase so you don’t have to worry.

Group Webinars

If you have seven (7) or more engineers interested in attending the same webinar, we encourage you to enroll in our Group Webinar Program and purchase the one of interest to maximize your savings. Our webinars cover a variety of engineering and ethical topics and are presented by subject matter experts distinguished by their many years of practical engineering experience and academic standings.

If you need any additional information on our Group Webinar Program, please contact us at 877-322-5800 or email us info@cedegineering.com.

COURSE TITLE: Flood Resilience of Water and Wastewater Utilities
COURSE NO: C02-208W
Course Highlights

This online engineering PDH live webinar will explain how to introduce flood resilience and flood mitigation measures for a utility, from identifying vulnerable assets to planning and installation. Technical issues, potential sources of funding and flood maps will be discussed.

 

Flooding is one of the most common hazards in the United States, causing more damage than any other severe weather-related event. Impacts to drinking water and wastewater utilities can include loss of power, damage to assets and dangerous conditions for personnel. As storms become more frequent and intense and as sea levels rise, flooding will be an ongoing challenge for drinking water and wastewater utilities.

 

This 2 PDH live webinar is applicable to engineers, design and research personnel, as well as other technical professionals who are interested in flood resilience and flood mitigation measures for water and wastewater facilities. The course is well-illustrated and includes photos, schematics, and tables.

Learning Objectives

This PE continuing education live webinar is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Understanding the threat of flooding
  • Understanding what flood resilience and mitigation is
  • Learning about implementing mitigation measures
  • Learning about flood maps
  • Understanding 100-year flood zones and 500-year flood zones
How it works

For complete information on how to sign up and attend a Live Webinar, please click on the following links:

Webinar Registration

Once you have decided on a webinar or multiple webinars, click on “Add to Cart”. At this point, you will need to log in to your account, or register if you don’t have one yet, to complete your purchase. (The Log in/Register links are located at the top right corner of the computer screen.) Following purchase, you will immediately receive two emails: one confirming your registration with a receipt of webinar purchase and the other providing you with instructions on webinar access and completion. Subsequently, you will also receive reminder emails with the same instructions 24 hours as well as 2 hours prior to your scheduled webinar. You can also download these instructions from your account at anytime.

We recommend that you register for any webinar ahead of time, although you can still register online up to the start time of the webinar. If you need any assistance with last minute webinar registrations, please contact us at 877-322-5800.

Webinar Access

From the webinar access and completion instructions that you receive, you will be provided with a link to access the webinar platform from your computer to view the pesentation as well as listen to and interact with the instructor. Therefore, to get connected, you will need a computer with high-speed internet as well as microphone and speaker capabilities. We recommend using a headset connected to your computer for enhanced audio quality.

Alternatively, if your computer is not equipped with a microphone and speakers, you need to dial in using a phone line. From the webinar access and completion instructions, you will be also provided with a dial-in number to join the webinar and listen in. Furthermore, you will be provided with a link to download the webinar handout, or you can download it directly from you account, in the event you are unable to view the webinar on your computer screen.

Regardless of the connection method used, you will have the opportunity to interact with the instructor at the appropriate times either way. We recommend that you connect to the webinar approximately 10 to 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.

Certificate of Completion (PDH Credit)

Following attending the webinar, you need to return to the CEDengineering.com website and log in to your account to complete and submit the feedback form. Once submitted, we will email you your Certificate of Completion. You can also download it instantly, or at anytime, from your account where all your PDH records are kept for your convenience at all times.

PDH Accredited Webinars (including IA, NE, NY, OH and WI)

CEDengineering.com live interactive webinars are accepted for PDH or CEU credit by all State Licensing Boards (including IA, NE, NY, OH and WI) mandating continuing professional competency, as they are prepared in compliance with the requirements of all State Licensing Boards. For additional details, please refer to your State Requirements.

Our PDH or CEU accredited webinars are developed and conducted by subject matter experts experienced in their field of practice. Our webinars are designed as live interactive web-conferences allowing you the opportunity to fully interact with the instructor at any time during the webinar from the convenience of your home, office or anywhere using your computer or mobile device.

Webinar Cancellation

If you register but you cannot attend due to unforeseen circumstances, we will issue a full refund if you notify us of your cancellation 24 hours in advance. If you must cancel in less than 24 hours, we will exchange it with another webinar of equal value that you select and attend at a date of your convenience. There is no expiration to your purchase so you don’t have to worry.

Group Webinars

If you have seven (7) or more engineers interested in attending the same webinar, we encourage you to enroll in our Group Webinar Program and purchase the one of interest to maximize your savings. Our webinars cover a variety of engineering and ethical topics and are presented by subject matter experts distinguished by their many years of practical engineering experience and academic standings.

If you need any additional information on our Group Webinar Program, please contact us at 877-322-5800 or email us info@cedegineering.com.

COURSE TITLE: Failure of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge
COURSE NO: C02-212W
Course Highlights

This live PDH webinar will establish, through slides and discussions, the chronology, design, construction and failure of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge project. The Tacoma Narrows Bridge was opened in 1940 and collapsed during the same year, after just a short time in service. It was reopened ten years later, and its experience changed the engineering science forever.

 

When constructed, Tacoma Narrows was the world's third longest suspension bridge, behind only the Golden Gate Bridge and George Washington Bridge for length of suspended span. In studying the design flaws of the structure to understand the reasons for its failure, researchers found ways to more clearly realize the physical characteristics of suspension bridges and to better design them.

 

This 2 PDH webinar is intended for civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineers, as well as others interested in learning more about the failure of the Tacoma narrows bridge.
Learning Objectives

This live webinar is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Learning the history of Tacoma Narrows Bridge
  • Understanding the reasons behind the bridge’s collapse
  • Knowing the design flaws
  • Learning the design and construction of the new Tacoma Narrows Bridge
  • Familiarizing with the lessons learned and understanding their significance in the engineering world
How it works

For complete information on how to sign up and attend a Live Webinar, please click on the following links:

Webinar Registration

Once you have decided on a webinar or multiple webinars, click on “Add to Cart”. At this point, you will need to log in to your account, or register if you don’t have one yet, to complete your purchase. (The Log in/Register links are located at the top right corner of the computer screen.) Following purchase, you will immediately receive two emails: one confirming your registration with a receipt of webinar purchase and the other providing you with instructions on webinar access and completion. Subsequently, you will also receive reminder emails with the same instructions 24 hours as well as 2 hours prior to your scheduled webinar. You can also download these instructions from your account at anytime.

We recommend that you register for any webinar ahead of time, although you can still register online up to the start time of the webinar. If you need any assistance with last minute webinar registrations, please contact us at 877-322-5800.

Webinar Access

From the webinar access and completion instructions that you receive, you will be provided with a link to access the webinar platform from your computer to view the pesentation as well as listen to and interact with the instructor. Therefore, to get connected, you will need a computer with high-speed internet as well as microphone and speaker capabilities. We recommend using a headset connected to your computer for enhanced audio quality.

Alternatively, if your computer is not equipped with a microphone and speakers, you need to dial in using a phone line. From the webinar access and completion instructions, you will be also provided with a dial-in number to join the webinar and listen in. Furthermore, you will be provided with a link to download the webinar handout, or you can download it directly from you account, in the event you are unable to view the webinar on your computer screen.

Regardless of the connection method used, you will have the opportunity to interact with the instructor at the appropriate times either way. We recommend that you connect to the webinar approximately 10 to 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.

Certificate of Completion (PDH Credit)

Following attending the webinar, you need to return to the CEDengineering.com website and log in to your account to complete and submit the feedback form. Once submitted, we will email you your Certificate of Completion. You can also download it instantly, or at anytime, from your account where all your PDH records are kept for your convenience at all times.

PDH Accredited Webinars (including IA, NE, NY, OH and WI)

CEDengineering.com live interactive webinars are accepted for PDH or CEU credit by all State Licensing Boards (including IA, NE, NY, OH and WI) mandating continuing professional competency, as they are prepared in compliance with the requirements of all State Licensing Boards. For additional details, please refer to your State Requirements.

Our PDH or CEU accredited webinars are developed and conducted by subject matter experts experienced in their field of practice. Our webinars are designed as live interactive web-conferences allowing you the opportunity to fully interact with the instructor at any time during the webinar from the convenience of your home, office or anywhere using your computer or mobile device.

Webinar Cancellation

If you register but you cannot attend due to unforeseen circumstances, we will issue a full refund if you notify us of your cancellation 24 hours in advance. If you must cancel in less than 24 hours, we will exchange it with another webinar of equal value that you select and attend at a date of your convenience. There is no expiration to your purchase so you don’t have to worry.

Group Webinars

If you have seven (7) or more engineers interested in attending the same webinar, we encourage you to enroll in our Group Webinar Program and purchase the one of interest to maximize your savings. Our webinars cover a variety of engineering and ethical topics and are presented by subject matter experts distinguished by their many years of practical engineering experience and academic standings.

If you need any additional information on our Group Webinar Program, please contact us at 877-322-5800 or email us info@cedegineering.com.

COURSE TITLE: Construction of Hoover Dam
COURSE NO: C02-209W
Course Highlights

This engineering online PDH live webinar will establish, through slides and discussions, the chronology, challenges and benefits of the hoover dam project. On September 30, 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicated Hoover Dam; in his dedication speech, President Roosevelt referred to the dam as an "engineering victory of the first order - another great achievement of American resourcefulness, skill, and determination…"

 

Hoover Dam is the highest and third largest concrete dam in the United States. The dam, power plant, and high-voltage switchyards are located in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River on the Arizona-Nevada State line. This live webinar will discuss the chronology of the Hoover Dam project; engineering and economic challenges addressed by the project, as well as the many benefits that Hoover Dam delivered.

 

This 2 PDH online live webinar is intended for civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineers, as well as design and construction personnel. The webinar includes statistical data and a number of illustrations.
Learning Objectives

This PE continuing education live webinar is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Learning the chronology of the Hoover Dam project
  • Discussing challenges associated with the construction of the pump
  • Discussing benefits of the Hoover Dam project
How it works

For complete information on how to sign up and attend a Live Webinar, please click on the following links:

Webinar Registration

Once you have decided on a webinar or multiple webinars, click on “Add to Cart”. At this point, you will need to log in to your account, or register if you don’t have one yet, to complete your purchase. (The Log in/Register links are located at the top right corner of the computer screen.) Following purchase, you will immediately receive two emails: one confirming your registration with a receipt of webinar purchase and the other providing you with instructions on webinar access and completion. Subsequently, you will also receive reminder emails with the same instructions 24 hours as well as 2 hours prior to your scheduled webinar. You can also download these instructions from your account at anytime.

We recommend that you register for any webinar ahead of time, although you can still register online up to the start time of the webinar. If you need any assistance with last minute webinar registrations, please contact us at 877-322-5800.

Webinar Access

From the webinar access and completion instructions that you receive, you will be provided with a link to access the webinar platform from your computer to view the pesentation as well as listen to and interact with the instructor. Therefore, to get connected, you will need a computer with high-speed internet as well as microphone and speaker capabilities. We recommend using a headset connected to your computer for enhanced audio quality.

Alternatively, if your computer is not equipped with a microphone and speakers, you need to dial in using a phone line. From the webinar access and completion instructions, you will be also provided with a dial-in number to join the webinar and listen in. Furthermore, you will be provided with a link to download the webinar handout, or you can download it directly from you account, in the event you are unable to view the webinar on your computer screen.

Regardless of the connection method used, you will have the opportunity to interact with the instructor at the appropriate times either way. We recommend that you connect to the webinar approximately 10 to 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.

Certificate of Completion (PDH Credit)

Following attending the webinar, you need to return to the CEDengineering.com website and log in to your account to complete and submit the feedback form. Once submitted, we will email you your Certificate of Completion. You can also download it instantly, or at anytime, from your account where all your PDH records are kept for your convenience at all times.

PDH Accredited Webinars (including IA, NE, NY, OH and WI)

CEDengineering.com live interactive webinars are accepted for PDH or CEU credit by all State Licensing Boards (including IA, NE, NY, OH and WI) mandating continuing professional competency, as they are prepared in compliance with the requirements of all State Licensing Boards. For additional details, please refer to your State Requirements.

Our PDH or CEU accredited webinars are developed and conducted by subject matter experts experienced in their field of practice. Our webinars are designed as live interactive web-conferences allowing you the opportunity to fully interact with the instructor at any time during the webinar from the convenience of your home, office or anywhere using your computer or mobile device.

Webinar Cancellation

If you register but you cannot attend due to unforeseen circumstances, we will issue a full refund if you notify us of your cancellation 24 hours in advance. If you must cancel in less than 24 hours, we will exchange it with another webinar of equal value that you select and attend at a date of your convenience. There is no expiration to your purchase so you don’t have to worry.

Group Webinars

If you have seven (7) or more engineers interested in attending the same webinar, we encourage you to enroll in our Group Webinar Program and purchase the one of interest to maximize your savings. Our webinars cover a variety of engineering and ethical topics and are presented by subject matter experts distinguished by their many years of practical engineering experience and academic standings.

If you need any additional information on our Group Webinar Program, please contact us at 877-322-5800 or email us info@cedegineering.com.

COURSE TITLE: Panama Canal: History, Design and Lessons Learned
COURSE NO: C02-210W
Course Highlights

This engineering online PDH course will establish, through slides and discussions, the chronology of the Panama Canal project, engineering and economic challenges addressed by the project, as well as the many benefits that Panama Canal delivered. The canal project was the object of intense public interest at the time of construction and became the subject of numerous books then and since.

 

August 15, 2014 marked the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Panama Canal, a tremendous engineering endeavor that has played a major role in trade and commerce over its hundred years. The canal was a feat of engineering, connecting two oceans in a way that made shipping and commerce faster and more economical.

 

This 2 PDH online live webinar is intended for civil, structural, mechanical, and environmental engineers, as well as design and construction personnel. The webinar includes statistical data and a number of illustrations.
Learning Objectives

This PE continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Familiarizing with the chronology of the Panama Canal project
  • Understanding the technical and economic challenges associated with the construction of the canal
  • Learning the major benefits of the project
  • Discussing the lessons learned
How it works

For complete information on how to sign up and attend a Live Webinar, please click on the following links:

Webinar Registration

Once you have decided on a webinar or multiple webinars, click on “Add to Cart”. At this point, you will need to log in to your account, or register if you don’t have one yet, to complete your purchase. (The Log in/Register links are located at the top right corner of the computer screen.) Following purchase, you will immediately receive two emails: one confirming your registration with a receipt of webinar purchase and the other providing you with instructions on webinar access and completion. Subsequently, you will also receive reminder emails with the same instructions 24 hours as well as 2 hours prior to your scheduled webinar. You can also download these instructions from your account at anytime.

We recommend that you register for any webinar ahead of time, although you can still register online up to the start time of the webinar. If you need any assistance with last minute webinar registrations, please contact us at 877-322-5800.

Webinar Access

From the webinar access and completion instructions that you receive, you will be provided with a link to access the webinar platform from your computer to view the pesentation as well as listen to and interact with the instructor. Therefore, to get connected, you will need a computer with high-speed internet as well as microphone and speaker capabilities. We recommend using a headset connected to your computer for enhanced audio quality.

Alternatively, if your computer is not equipped with a microphone and speakers, you need to dial in using a phone line. From the webinar access and completion instructions, you will be also provided with a dial-in number to join the webinar and listen in. Furthermore, you will be provided with a link to download the webinar handout, or you can download it directly from you account, in the event you are unable to view the webinar on your computer screen.

Regardless of the connection method used, you will have the opportunity to interact with the instructor at the appropriate times either way. We recommend that you connect to the webinar approximately 10 to 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.

Certificate of Completion (PDH Credit)

Following attending the webinar, you need to return to the CEDengineering.com website and log in to your account to complete and submit the feedback form. Once submitted, we will email you your Certificate of Completion. You can also download it instantly, or at anytime, from your account where all your PDH records are kept for your convenience at all times.

PDH Accredited Webinars (including IA, NE, NY, OH and WI)

CEDengineering.com live interactive webinars are accepted for PDH or CEU credit by all State Licensing Boards (including IA, NE, NY, OH and WI) mandating continuing professional competency, as they are prepared in compliance with the requirements of all State Licensing Boards. For additional details, please refer to your State Requirements.

Our PDH or CEU accredited webinars are developed and conducted by subject matter experts experienced in their field of practice. Our webinars are designed as live interactive web-conferences allowing you the opportunity to fully interact with the instructor at any time during the webinar from the convenience of your home, office or anywhere using your computer or mobile device.

Webinar Cancellation

If you register but you cannot attend due to unforeseen circumstances, we will issue a full refund if you notify us of your cancellation 24 hours in advance. If you must cancel in less than 24 hours, we will exchange it with another webinar of equal value that you select and attend at a date of your convenience. There is no expiration to your purchase so you don’t have to worry.

Group Webinars

If you have seven (7) or more engineers interested in attending the same webinar, we encourage you to enroll in our Group Webinar Program and purchase the one of interest to maximize your savings. Our webinars cover a variety of engineering and ethical topics and are presented by subject matter experts distinguished by their many years of practical engineering experience and academic standings.

If you need any additional information on our Group Webinar Program, please contact us at 877-322-5800 or email us info@cedegineering.com.

COURSE TITLE: Design and Construction of Sanitation and Water Projects in the Third World
COURSE NO: C02-207W
PRESENTER: James Yarmus
Course Highlights

This online engineering PDH live webinar will establish, through slides and discussions, the methods used in the art/science of constructing sanitary and potable water projects, the challenges to each of these projects and the constraints that must be overcome in the selection of each solution.

 

One of the most significant obstructions to development in poor countries is the lack of adequate supplies of potable water and the lack of adequate sanitary facilities. This live webinar will familiarize the students with some of the methods used by humanitarian organizations such as Engineers Without Borders, Peace Corps and Rotary International to implement these projects.

 

The 2 PDH online live webinar is intended for civil, environmental, electrical, mechanical and structural engineers, as well as project managers in construction, who are interested in learning more about volunteering and humanitarian challenges for which they are uniquely qualified regardless of the current status of their careers.

Learning Objectives

This PE continuing education live webinar is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Building Water Filtration systems and selecting best suited designs
  • Implementing potable water systems, distribution and quality management
  • Alternatives and Maintenance in designing third world sanitation systems
  • Maintenance challenges and the relationships to available replacement parts
How it works

For complete information on how to sign up and attend a Live Webinar, please click on the following links:

Webinar Registration

Once you have decided on a webinar or multiple webinars, click on “Add to Cart”. At this point, you will need to log in to your account, or register if you don’t have one yet, to complete your purchase. (The Log in/Register links are located at the top right corner of the computer screen.) Following purchase, you will immediately receive two emails: one confirming your registration with a receipt of webinar purchase and the other providing you with instructions on webinar access and completion. Subsequently, you will also receive reminder emails with the same instructions 24 hours as well as 2 hours prior to your scheduled webinar. You can also download these instructions from your account at anytime.

We recommend that you register for any webinar ahead of time, although you can still register online up to the start time of the webinar. If you need any assistance with last minute webinar registrations, please contact us at 877-322-5800.

Webinar Access

From the webinar access and completion instructions that you receive, you will be provided with a link to access the webinar platform from your computer to view the pesentation as well as listen to and interact with the instructor. Therefore, to get connected, you will need a computer with high-speed internet as well as microphone and speaker capabilities. We recommend using a headset connected to your computer for enhanced audio quality.

Alternatively, if your computer is not equipped with a microphone and speakers, you need to dial in using a phone line. From the webinar access and completion instructions, you will be also provided with a dial-in number to join the webinar and listen in. Furthermore, you will be provided with a link to download the webinar handout, or you can download it directly from you account, in the event you are unable to view the webinar on your computer screen.

Regardless of the connection method used, you will have the opportunity to interact with the instructor at the appropriate times either way. We recommend that you connect to the webinar approximately 10 to 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.

Certificate of Completion (PDH Credit)

Following attending the webinar, you need to return to the CEDengineering.com website and log in to your account to complete and submit the feedback form. Once submitted, we will email you your Certificate of Completion. You can also download it instantly, or at anytime, from your account where all your PDH records are kept for your convenience at all times.

PDH Accredited Webinars (including IA, NE, NY, OH and WI)

CEDengineering.com live interactive webinars are accepted for PDH or CEU credit by all State Licensing Boards (including IA, NE, NY, OH and WI) mandating continuing professional competency, as they are prepared in compliance with the requirements of all State Licensing Boards. For additional details, please refer to your State Requirements.

Our PDH or CEU accredited webinars are developed and conducted by subject matter experts experienced in their field of practice. Our webinars are designed as live interactive web-conferences allowing you the opportunity to fully interact with the instructor at any time during the webinar from the convenience of your home, office or anywhere using your computer or mobile device.

Webinar Cancellation

If you register but you cannot attend due to unforeseen circumstances, we will issue a full refund if you notify us of your cancellation 24 hours in advance. If you must cancel in less than 24 hours, we will exchange it with another webinar of equal value that you select and attend at a date of your convenience. There is no expiration to your purchase so you don’t have to worry.

Group Webinars

If you have seven (7) or more engineers interested in attending the same webinar, we encourage you to enroll in our Group Webinar Program and purchase the one of interest to maximize your savings. Our webinars cover a variety of engineering and ethical topics and are presented by subject matter experts distinguished by their many years of practical engineering experience and academic standings.

If you need any additional information on our Group Webinar Program, please contact us at 877-322-5800 or email us info@cedegineering.com.

COURSE TITLE: The Scope of Ethics in Professional Engineering
COURSE NO: LE2-204W
PRESENTER: James Yarmus
Course Highlights

This online engineering PDH live webinar will share, through slides and discussions, some methods used in the evaluation of ethical disputes, allegations and actual adjudications published in forums that are part of the societies representing professional engineers.

 

Ethics as a subject has been trending in Academia for the last 10 years. As it relates to engineering, the subject of ethics addresses the principles, norms and behaviors consistent with moral practices agreed upon by engineering societies and professionals involved in the engineering profession.

 

The 2 PDH online live webinar is currently intended for engineering and design professionals as well as project managers who practice professional engineering and are interested in learning more about typical ethics disputes and behaviors leading to conflict.

Learning Objectives

This PE continuing education live webinar is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Traditional Ethics conflicts
  • Implementing avoidance techniques in actual ethics violations
  • Reporting violations methods to improve the profession
  • Sharing Codes, Canons and Creeds that are in the PE’s Body of Knowledge
How it works

For complete information on how to sign up and attend a Live Webinar, please click on the following links:

Webinar Registration

Once you have decided on a webinar or multiple webinars, click on “Add to Cart”. At this point, you will need to log in to your account, or register if you don’t have one yet, to complete your purchase. (The Log in/Register links are located at the top right corner of the computer screen.) Following purchase, you will immediately receive two emails: one confirming your registration with a receipt of webinar purchase and the other providing you with instructions on webinar access and completion. Subsequently, you will also receive reminder emails with the same instructions 24 hours as well as 2 hours prior to your scheduled webinar. You can also download these instructions from your account at anytime.

We recommend that you register for any webinar ahead of time, although you can still register online up to the start time of the webinar. If you need any assistance with last minute webinar registrations, please contact us at 877-322-5800.

Webinar Access

From the webinar access and completion instructions that you receive, you will be provided with a link to access the webinar platform from your computer to view the pesentation as well as listen to and interact with the instructor. Therefore, to get connected, you will need a computer with high-speed internet as well as microphone and speaker capabilities. We recommend using a headset connected to your computer for enhanced audio quality.

Alternatively, if your computer is not equipped with a microphone and speakers, you need to dial in using a phone line. From the webinar access and completion instructions, you will be also provided with a dial-in number to join the webinar and listen in. Furthermore, you will be provided with a link to download the webinar handout, or you can download it directly from you account, in the event you are unable to view the webinar on your computer screen.

Regardless of the connection method used, you will have the opportunity to interact with the instructor at the appropriate times either way. We recommend that you connect to the webinar approximately 10 to 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.

Certificate of Completion (PDH Credit)

Following attending the webinar, you need to return to the CEDengineering.com website and log in to your account to complete and submit the feedback form. Once submitted, we will email you your Certificate of Completion. You can also download it instantly, or at anytime, from your account where all your PDH records are kept for your convenience at all times.

PDH Accredited Webinars (including IA, NE, NY, OH and WI)

CEDengineering.com live interactive webinars are accepted for PDH or CEU credit by all State Licensing Boards (including IA, NE, NY, OH and WI) mandating continuing professional competency, as they are prepared in compliance with the requirements of all State Licensing Boards. For additional details, please refer to your State Requirements.

Our PDH or CEU accredited webinars are developed and conducted by subject matter experts experienced in their field of practice. Our webinars are designed as live interactive web-conferences allowing you the opportunity to fully interact with the instructor at any time during the webinar from the convenience of your home, office or anywhere using your computer or mobile device.

Webinar Cancellation

If you register but you cannot attend due to unforeseen circumstances, we will issue a full refund if you notify us of your cancellation 24 hours in advance. If you must cancel in less than 24 hours, we will exchange it with another webinar of equal value that you select and attend at a date of your convenience. There is no expiration to your purchase so you don’t have to worry.

Group Webinars

If you have seven (7) or more engineers interested in attending the same webinar, we encourage you to enroll in our Group Webinar Program and purchase the one of interest to maximize your savings. Our webinars cover a variety of engineering and ethical topics and are presented by subject matter experts distinguished by their many years of practical engineering experience and academic standings.

If you need any additional information on our Group Webinar Program, please contact us at 877-322-5800 or email us info@cedegineering.com.

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