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rkinner
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PDH requirements
rkinner   1/16/2014 3:29:03 PM
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Many if not most of the PEs in practice do need PDH each year to renew their licenses including me.  While it would be nice to aim at the Industrial Engineering factory guys as well as the parts and software guys, the ability to receive PDH throughout the year makes meeting the licensing requiement fairly easy.  Maybe I'll learn something in areas outside of the NEC.

 

bobjengr
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EARN WHILE YOU LEARN
bobjengr   1/11/2014 5:42:02 PM
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Excellent Information Richard.  I can certainly agree that my time spent on Design News Daily represents a great learning tool.  There have been numerous articles posted that have aided my efforts in finding new vendors and new ways to solve engineering problems.  It's a marvelous method of keeping up with technology. IEEE should definitely be commended for their efforts in presenting these classes.

Charles Murray
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Re: Fantastic
Charles Murray   1/9/2014 6:23:34 PM
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Fantastic, indeed. I love seeing the enthusiasm of our listeners, who often get on the chat hours before the show is scheduled.

NadineJ
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Fantastic
NadineJ   1/9/2014 11:22:05 AM
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What a great start.  I know many designers who would love to learn more about developing apps for their businesses and personal projects.  

Those who've been out of school for a while will benefit greatly from this. 



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