Home Study Courses from Rossiter & Associates

All of our home study courses are designed to provide at least the annual minimum 1-PDH “ethics requirement” under the Continuing Education Program for Texas Licensed Professional Engineers. They also satisfy the requirements of many other licensing bodies.

Each course consists of a text plus answer sheet, and this can be provided either on CD-ROM or by e-mail. By special request we will also provide the material in printed form (subject to additional shipping & handling charges). We issue a certificate of completion to students upon return of the completed answer sheet.

Our flagship home study course is The Professional Excellence Home Study Course. This comes in two versions—one for 4-PDH credit, and the other for 3-PDH credit. Our other two courses, Case Studies in Engineering Ethics and They Did What? are both 1-PDH modules, designed primarily for Professional Excellence alumni who desire additional training. However, they may also be used as “stand-alone” courses.

Place an order for a Rossiter & Associates home study course.

The Professional Excellence Home Study Course (4-PDH version)
Cost: $144 (add $5 for mailed CD)
PURCHASE
Why people work – motivation in the workplace – foundations of professional excellence – 7 elements of professional excellence – ethics basics – codes of ethics for engineers & land surveyors – ethics case studies – reported enforcement actions under the Texas Engineering Practice Act and Board Rules.
The Professional Excellence Home Study Course (3-PDH version)
Cost: $114 (add $5 for mailed CD)
PURCHASE
Why people work – motivation in the workplace – foundations of professional excellence – 7 elements of professional excellence – ethics basics – codes of ethics for engineers – ethics case studies.
They Did What in 2014? (1 PDH)
Cost: $54 (add $5 for mailed CD)
PURCHASE
The ninth annual update of the popular “They Did What?” course, this home study module examines reported violations of the Texas Engineering Practice Act and Board Rules, and associated enforcement actions, in 2014. It includes enforcement actions related to practice of engineering without a license, sealing violations, licensing of engineering firms, continuing education, action in another jurisdiction, and criminal convictions.
They Did What in 2013? (1 PDH)
Cost: $54 (add $5 for mailed CD)
PURCHASE
The eighth annual update of the popular “They Did What?” course, this home study module examines reported violations of the Texas Engineering Practice Act and Board Rules, and associated enforcement actions, in 2013. It includes enforcement actions related to sealing violations, failure to ensure security of engineer’s seal, failure to renew the registration of an engineering firm, misleading representations, lack of care & diligence, failure to comply with generally accepted engineering standards, and action in another jurisdiction.