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Nevada Professional Engineer Continuing Education Summary

Engineer Requirements Summary

CEU Leaf provides continuing professional competency (CPC) hours (aka PDH) for Nevada professional engineers and surveyors. The relevant continuing education hours earned in our convenient system can be applied in Nevada worry free due to our 100% money back guarantee.

PDH Hours Required

30 hours, biennial

Renewal Date(s)

The renewal dates vary based on the first letter of the professional's last name. It is a) January 1st of odd years if the name begins with letters A through E; b) July 1st of odd years if the name begins with letters F through K; c) January 1st of even years if the name begins with letters L through R; and, d) July 1st of even years if the name begins with letters S through Z.

Online Courses Accepted


Max Online Hours Allowed


Carryover Hours Allowed


Pre-Approval Required


Pre-Approval Notes

The Nevada Board does not pre-approve courses or providers. It is incumbent upon the professional engineer or professional surveyor to ensure that the course applies to their engineering practice and meet state guidelines.

Proof of Completion

CEU Leaf Certificate

Continuing Education Renewal Notes:

License renewal deadlines are based upon the first letter of the professionals last name. It is either January 1st or July 1st.

What PDH Subjects Qualify:

Many activities comply with NV CPC requirements. They include, completing courses, seminars, web seminars (webinars), satellite down-link video courses, computer software for enhancement of business or profession, language courses, management or ethical courses, correspondence course, and many more. These activities must relate to your business, profession, or engineering practice.

What Does Not Qualify:

Regular employment, real estate courses, personal, estate, or financial planning, self-study or reading of trade journals/magazines, personal self improvement, equipment demonstrations or trade shows, committee meetings, and conversation language courses are all examples of non-qualifying activities.

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Page Updated: January 09, 2013


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Gardiner, ME

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