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ASEM Professional Development Hour (PDH) Policy (10/16/2019)

Overview

ASEM’s policy on PDH recognition and award generally follows best practices of other professional societies such as that published by the National Council of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors (https://ncees.org/wp-content/uploads/CPC-Guidelines-2017-final.pdf).

Earning PDHs from ASEM

Participation in ASEM workshops and conferences may earn PDHs for fulfilling educational requirements for various purposes such as licensure, CAEM / CPEM recertification, tenure or other professional requirements. In general an hour of an event equals one PDH. Completion certificates can be obtained from the ASEM World Headquarters. Below is a general breakdown:

    • Seminars and workshops (hour for hour)
    • ASEM International Annual Conference (7 PDH per day of attendance, maximum 14 hours)

What kinds of activities are qualified as PDH activities for CAEM / CPEM Recertification?

In general, the activity must support the concept of continuous learning in a field related to the engineering management interests of the individual. The following activities are typically acceptable:

    • Completing online courses or correspondence courses on topics related to professional practice (a certificate is required to indicate satisfactory completion). (one for one)
    • Completing or attending seminars, in-house training programs which relates to EM professional practice. Again, validation of completion is required.
    • Attending technical or professional society meetings when a topic related to professional practice is presented as a principal part of the program. (one for one)
    • Teaching a course for the first time or if substantial time has been spent in updating material if previously taught.(1 semester hour= 90 PDH)
    • Completing a college course in a related area (1 semester hour = 45 PDHs)
    • Publishing a paper (10 PDH for peer reviewed, 5 PDH for other)

Please refer to the NCEES guidelines for additional details.

Supporting Documents

Examples of supporting documentation include:

    • Transcript, certificate, or other proof of completion
    • Proof of attendance
    • Course syllabus
    • Copy of course information as printed in a conference program or brochure
    • Proof of teaching or instructing



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