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ASPE webinars are live, interactive technical educational programs offered through the internet where you can learn about the latest plumbing engineering/design topics and trends. Without leaving your desk, you can view the presentation and other related data on your computer, while listening to dynamic presentations by leading industry professionals. Live webinars are interactive, which allows you to ask questions directly to the presenter and receive answers to all your questions. ASPE webinars are one hour long and are scheduled throughout the year. Archived webinars are accessible 24/7. All course materials, program evaluations, and applicable data are kept on file at ASPE for a minimum of 6 years.

Upcoming and most recent webinars:

April 18, 2019: Legionella: Plumbing Design Methodology to Reduce Risk
May 8, 2019*: Drones in the Industry
May 15, 2019*: Specification and Design Considerations for Thermoplastics in Commercial Water Applications
June 12, 2019: Plumbing Design Within a Facilities Management Environment
June 19, 2019*: 
New Technologies for Legionella and Pathogen Control

*Free for ASPE members 

Are you a Professional Engineer? After a course completion you must fill out the required program evaluation in order to comply with the states' PDH requirements. Click here to find this program evaluation.

2018 Convention & Expo Recorded Sessions - Read more here about topics and pricing

Avoiding Design and Installation Issues for Commercial Piping Systems
Commercial PEX Design and Installation Best Practices
The Constructability of Your Design Part 1 and Part 2
Fabrication: The Dissection of Your Design
Grease Interceptors: Selection, Sizing, Installation & Maintenance
Hot Water Systems Design for Code Compliance
Hunter's Curve Panel Discussion
Keys to a Successful Construct-able DESIGN
Legionella Risk Mitigation Strategies for the Plumbing Engineer (Panel Discussion)

Recent Webinars  
Heat Trace for Plumbing Jan. 2017
Roof Drains: The Hole Story Feb. 2017*
Water Reuse, Technically Speaking Aug. 2017
Designing PEX Systems Jan. 2018
System Fluids - Looking At Loops May 2018
Energy Efficiency in Compressed Air System Designs May 2018
Revit Utilization for the Intermediate Revit User July 2018
CPVC Piping Systems for Potable Water Distribution July 2018*
Advanced & Emerging Technologies  
High-rise Installations Sept. 2010
PEX in Commercial Piping Applications Dec. 2013*
Vacuum Plumbing System Design Aug. 2011
Comparative Plumbing Systems  
Comparing the Design Considerations of Non-metallic Plumbing Systems Feb. 2014*
Double Containment Piping Systems Mar. 2015
Piping System Selection May 2014*
Fire & Life Safety, Medical Gas  
Air Aspirating Smoke Detection Jun. 2013
ASHRAE 188 and Legionella Feb. 2016*
Emergency Shower Fixtures Nov. 2011
Fire Protection: We Specified What?! Apr. 2014
Firestopping Plumbing Deck Penetrations Jan. 2015
High-rise Fire Protection  
The Impact of ASHRAE 90.1 on Plumbing Booster Systems Apr. 2016
Laboratory Drainage Plumbing Piping Design Basics Dec. 2014*
Medical Gas Systems of Today Oct. 2014
Most Common Mistakes Made on Fire Protection Plan Submittals Mar. 2012
New Technologies in Clean Agents Apr. 2013
NFPA 13D: Fire Sprinkler Systems for Residential Occupancies May 2010
NFPA 99 2018 Revisisted Jan. 2019
NFPA 99, Health Care Facilities Code, Medical Gas Changes for 2018 Nov. 2017
Residential Fire Sprinkler Systems Feb. 2011
Review of Sprinkler System Shop Drawings Mar. 2019
Top 10 Hospital Fire Protection Tips Mar. 2013
Green Systems  
ABCs of Graywater Reuse & Recovery Oct. 2013
High Efficiency Domestic Hot Water Strategies Aug. 2016
High-efficiency Fixtures Sept. 2016
LEED for Plumbing v3 to v4 Mar. 2014
Non-potable Water Reclaim System Review Mar. 2013
Radiant Cooling May 2011*
Rainwater Harvesting Jun. 2011
Solar Thermal Technology Jan. 2011
Solar Thermal Water Heating Mar. 2015
5 Truths About Waste Treatment Design Feb. 2013
Partner Organizations  
Commercial Final Barrier (Water Quality Association) Jul. 2012
How Can Engineers and Contractors
Work Together Effectively?
(with PCA)
Oct. 2011
Plumbing 101  
12 Steps of a Successful Plumbing Design Jul. 2011
ADA Bathrooms and ICC/ANSI A117.1 Jan. 2012
Design of Temp. Maintenance Systems for Domestic Hot Water Jan. 2013
Design of Domestic Hot Water Systems Part 1 and 2 Jul. 2013
Design Components of Fuel Systems Sept. 2012
Ethics in Plumbing Engineering May 2015
Introduction to Natural Gas May 2013
An Introduction to Pipe Hangers and Supports Aug. 2014
Introduction to Sanitary Hospitals Aug. 2013
Natural Gas & Propane Sizing Apr. 2009
Overview of Plumbing Specifications Dec. 2012
Top Design Issues for Domestic Water Systems Aug. 2012
Siphonic Roof Drainage Part 1 and Part 2 May/Sept 2008
Storm Drainage Systems Nov. 2012
Subsoil Drainage Systems Jan. 2014
Update on Grease Interceptors Jun. 2012
Understanding Automatic Control Valves Mar 2017
Water Heater Sizing Jul. 2008
Reseach Foundation  
Storm Drain Research and Its Impact on Design Dec. 2011
Unique Systems  
Drainage Selection for Hygienic Applications Jan. 2019
Swimming Pool Design May 2012
High-Containment System Design Jun. 2012
Professional Development
Client Retention July. 2016
Professional Liability Issues for Engineers Sept. 2017
* Denotes a free webinar for ASPE members.  

More details:

  • ASPE members are allowed to view sponsored archived webinars for free.
  • If you require CEU/PDH credit for a webinar, you must register for the live or archived webinar: ASPE members: $70, Nonmembers: $130.
  • All archived webinars are one-hour contact program providing 0.1 CEU or 1.0 PDH.
  • You are allowed to receive CEU/PDH credit for viewing the webinar only one time. If you previously viewed the webinar, credit will not be issued .
  • ASPE members who registered and paid for the live or archived webinar can view the webinar again for free.

To receive your CEU/PDH Certificate:

  • Deadline is 10 days after viewing the webinar. Credit will not be issued if you miss the deadline.
  • If you registered for the live webinar or paid for the archived webinar visit the  CEU page and complete the questionnaire. You will receive an e-mail with your credit certificate (please check your spam if you don't receive it).

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