Browse PDH Now Courses for Puerto Rico

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This PE PDH course introduces the basics of water pollution and its control. The professional engineers learn about water pollutants and their sources and water pollution in rivers. More specifically the PE will be familiar with the definition, importance, and consequences of total maximum daily load (TMDL), effect of oxygen demanding wastes on rivers, Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD), Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD), graphical determination of BOD constants, laboratory measurements of BOD, dissolved oxygen (DO) sag curve, effects of nutrients on water quality in rivers. This course is suggested for civil engineers, environmental engineers, and water and wastewater treatment plant managers and operators.
4 hours $84.95
This professional engineer PDH course introduces an overview of hazardous waste (HW) landfill design, operation, and performance. This online PDH course covers the materials related to Landfill Operations, Site Selection, Liner & Leachate Collection Systems, Final Cover Systems, Materials, Contaminant Transport through Landfill Barriers, Landfill Stability, Subsurface Impoundments and Deep Well Injection, Closure and Post-Closure Care. This PE license renewal PDH course is suggested for civil engineers, environmental engineers, and solid and hazardous waste landfill managers and operators.
5 hours $94.95
This PE license renewal continuing education course has been specifically written for professional engineers or other building professionals to learn the fundamentals of solar electric design, with an emphasis on rooftop solar. The PE will learn site analysis, material selection, budgets, and pro tips. Pay careful attention and the engineer will learn the steps needed to generate project permit documentation, specialty material lists including supply chain navigation, and even which general items might be bought at a local electrical supply store.
6 hours $109.95
The Professional Engineer license renewal course is designed to introduce Water Cycle, Watershed, Water Supply System Components, Water Supply Sources, Water Quality, Water Quantity, Distribution Systems, Water Quality Standards, Health Effects, Aesthetic Effects, Planning and Management of Water Supply Systems. This online PDH course defines and elaborates on water cycle, watershed, elements of water supply systems, distribution systems, effects on health and environment, as well as the engineering, planning and management of water supply systems. This PDH PE renewal course also solves a few problems to show the use of Darcy-Weisback equation, Hazen William’s Nomogram and energy equation to estimate the head loss and pressure at a certain point in a distribution system. This PE license renewal course is suggested for civil professional engineers, environmental professional engineers, and water and wastewater treatment plant managers and operators.
3 hours $59.95
This professional engineer license renewal PDH course introduces an overview of solid waste landfill design, operation, and performance. This PE PDH course covers the materials related to Site Selection, Site Preparation, Equipment, Operation, Environmental Considerations, Bioreactor Landfill, Landfill Design, Completed Solid Waste Landfills, Solid Waste By-Products and their beneficial use. This PE continuing education course is suggested for civil engineers, environmental engineers, and solid and hazardous waste landfill managers and operators.
5 hours $94.95
This Professional Engineer license renewal course presents the principles and practices of wastewater collection system. This PE PDH course will outline the preliminary sewer design issues, the hydraulic design of gravity and pressure sewers, sewer system layout, appurtenances, facilities act, regulatory stands, and permitting requirements, structural design of sewer lines, and the essential steps for sewer management and operation. This PE continuing education course will also discuss how to approach evaluation and rehabilitation of existing sewer systems. This PE professional development course is ideal for civil professional engineers and other design and construction professionals looking for an introduction to the design, operation, and maintenance of wastewater collection systems.
4 hours $84.95
This professional engineer license renewal PDH course presents the stabilization and solidification technologies being applied to the treatment of industrial wastes, the treatment of waste prior to secure landfill disposal, and the treatment of contaminated land where large quantities of soil containing contaminants are encountered. Take this PE online PDH course to learn how stabilization and solidification are physicochemical processes.
3 hours $59.95
The Project Manager not only needs to know what to do, but also “how to do it” and what to do when a difficult situation presents itself. Invariably, the solution is not begun until the PM and/or the project team members recognize that a problem exists. It can then be resolved with training and experience, each of which is an equally valuable commodity.
4 hours $84.95
This Professional Engineer license renewal PDH course introduces the principles of water chemistry, physical, chemical, biological, and radiological characteristics of water, reaction kinetics, coagulation/flocculation, softening, mixing and flocculation, sedimentation, filtration, disinfection, adsorption, and water plant waste management.
4 hours $84.95
Wastewater has historically been considered nuisance to be discarded in the cheapest, least offensive manner possible. This PE license renewal PDH course introduces the principles of wastewater microbiology, characteristics of domestic and industrial wastewater, on-site disposal, municipal wastewater treatment systems, unite operations of pre-treatment, primary treatment, unit processes for secondary treatment, disinfection, and advanced wastewater treatment.
5 hours $94.95
What are the causes of air pollution and how can the professional engineer mitigate these causes? Anything people do that involves burning things (combustion), using household or industrial chemicals (substances that cause chemical reactions and may release toxic gases in the process), or producing large amounts of dust has the potential to cause air pollution. This PDH Engineering course provides a detailed review of the causes, sources, and controls of air pollution.
5 hours $94.95