Delaware Professional Engineering License Renewal Info

By: James Shomin

Delaware Professional Engineers License Renewal FAQs

How do I renew my Delaware Professional Engineer license?

Professional Engineers in Delaware are required to renew their licenses online at https://www.dape.org/Users/login/type:ProfessionalEngineer. Notice: DAPE has implemented a new login system. If you already have an existing record with DAPE please login using your license number and last four of your SSN. An account will be automatically created for you.

When does my Delaware Engineer license expire?

All Professional Engineers licenses expire June 30th of even-numbered years.

What is CPC?

Continuing education for professional engineers in Delaware is called Continuing Professional Competency (CPC). In most states, it is called Professional Development Hours, or PDH. Delaware engineers are required to complete 24-hours of CPD every two years. At least 3-hours and no more than 6-hours must be related to professional ethics. No more than 9-hours can be related to business skills or project management. The remaining hours must be technical courses related to the individual's area of focus.

Where can I get the CPC required to renew my Delaware Engineer license?

ePDHonline.com has a wide variety of articles that can be used to fulfill your CPC requirement. All you have to do is read the article, take a short quiz and you instantly receive a certificate of completion that denotes your credit. Click here to get started now.

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