Engineering is just one of many professions that requires participation in continuing education programs in order to maintain a license. However, even if your particular line of work doesn’t require a professional certificate or license, voluntarily completing a continuing education program goes a long way toward demonstrating your commitment to improving your expertise in your field.
Enrolling in continuing education programs to earn certificates can benefit your career in at least eight ways.
- Stay current with new technology, laws, and regulations.
- Maintain your Professional Engineer license.
- Continue your professional development.
- Improve your skills.
- Prove professional competency.
- Stand out in professional networks.
- Bolster your resume.
- Build a little leverage during salary discussions with your employer.
Earn Your Certificate from IEEE
IEEE brings together some of the best and brightest minds in engineering to offer education programs based on the most relevant content to help you stay ahead in your field. Courses are mobile accessible, available 24/7, and provide CEUs/PDHs upon successful completion. Programs include:
- Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in Design
- English for Engineering
- Fundamentals of Autonomous Vehicle Technology
- Introduction to Blockchain Technology
- Introduction to Edge Computing
- The National Electrical Safety Code® (NESC®) Course Program
IEEE maintains an official registry of all certificates awarded, which makes it easier for you to account to state licensing boards. You can be proud to share your IEEE Certificate, a guarantee of educational quality.
To talk with an IEEE administrator and find a program that suits your needs, email us today at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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