The AEGIS Training Can Now Be Logged in MyNCEES

The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) is an American nonprofit group whose mission is to advance licensure for engineers and surveyors.  Among many other things, they provide a number of tools to help engineers become licensed, and to stay licensed.

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Electro Static Technology has been added to the NCEES CPC Registry

One of these tools is MyNCEES, a web service that allows engineers to store all of the documents that they need for license applications and renewals.  One big part of this is continuing education, which they call CPC (Continuing Professional Competency).  NCEES maintains a registry of listed providers of CPC courses.  So when an EIT or PE takes a course taught by one of these listed providers, they can just log into MyNCEES, select the listed provider from the list, and log all of their CPC hours in the same place.

No need to print certificates of completion, no need to wonder where on your computer you saved those records:  MyNCEES logs and stores those records, and, when the time comes for license renewal, it can submit them to the appropriate state licensure boards.  MyNCEES takes a time-consuming process and makes it quicker and easier.

So we at Electro Static Technology, manufacturer of AEGIS® Shaft Grounding Rings, are excited to have been added to the NCEES CPC listed provider registry.  This means that when most engineers attend an AEGIS Lunch & Learn or take our webinar course, Electrical Bearing Protection Best Practices, they can use MyNCEES to log, store, and submit the course for CPC.

At the moment, the AEGIS training is not valid for continuing education credit in Florida, New Jersey, New York, or Maryland.  The licensure boards of these states require courses to be preapproved in order for engineers to get credit for them.  We are working on gaining this approval.  In the meantime, engineers licensed in the remaining states, and in DC, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and Puerto Rico, can quickly and simply log their AEGIS training using MyNCEES.  Find out when our next live webinar is and give it a try!