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CEU Provider Program

ASPE's CEU Provider Program offers continuing education providers the opportunity to issue ASPE continuing education units (CEUs) for their professional development programs. These courses are not approved for professional engineers and their licensure renewals. To view a list of approved providers, programs and contact information click here. Have general questions? Click here to submit an inquiry form for ASPE staff to review.

Follow These Steps To Become an Approved Provider

  1. Download the CEU Provider Guidelines here (.pdf)The training program content should align with one of the five areas covered in the CPD Examination: Gathering Information, Design, Specifications, Construction Services, and Administration. To see more subject areas click here.
  2. Download and complete the application  (.doc)
  3. Upload your completed application and submit fees
    1. Preferred method: visit this link to submit payment and application online here
    2. Mailing payment: submit application online here and send check to:
      American Society of Plumbing Engineers
      Attention: ASPE Education, CEU Provider Application
      6400 Shafer Court, Suite 350, Rosemont, IL 60018
  4. ASPE Education will notify you in approximately 10-15 business days of application submission.

General Subject Matters that ASPE Will Consider to Issue CEU Credit

Approved education and professional development programs that ASPE will consider for CEU credits are defined as efforts undertaken to advance, broaden, and enhance the individual’s technical knowledge and job skills in plumbing design / engineering career. These skills are in engineered plumbing systems serving residential dwellings and commercial, institutional, industrial and public use facilities, such as hospitals, laboratories, factories, schools, shopping centers, stadiums and the like. Some of these systems include potable water, domestic hot water, recycled water, sanitary and industrial waste, storm drainage, laboratory water and waste, medical gases, compressed air, vacuum, venting, fire protection, irrigation, water treatment, and sewage disposal. Besides the design aspects of the plumbing systems, classes can also be in selecting suitable equipment, writing specifications, prepare cost estimates to name a few.

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