Structural engineers face ethical challenges all the time. This presentation on ethics will assist the structural engineer in learning what state laws require for ethical practice not only in Illinois but for professional engineers in Wisconsin and Indiana. Those states do require ethics and professionalism classes for renewal of registration.
The seminar will provide 2 hours of continuing education credit. CE certificates will be emailed to participants after the course.
Course materials will be provided electronically.
Note: It is the attendee's responsibility to confirm proper fulfillment of their state continuing education requirements.
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Early Bird registration is $75.00 for members, and $100 for non-members until 11:59pm on April 17th. After that registration will be $100 and $125 respectively. Continental breakfast is available.
Government Employee Registration is $48.75. Government Employees shall be from the following organizations:
Departments of Transportation (City or State), including IDOT, CDOT, ISTHA, etc.; RTA - Chicago Transit Authority/Metra/Pace; Chicago Building Department
Other agencies will be reviewed and accepted at the discretion of the Continuing Education Committee and SEAOI. Please contact email@example.com to request acceptance if you believe you qualify for the rate but are not employed by one of the above agencies.
About the Instructor
Hinshaw & Culbertson
Kevin Sido of the Chicago office of Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, has lectured on ethics for engineers on many occasions. He supplements his lectures by drawing on his decades of representations of engineers and architects for contracts, litigation and disciplinary action representations. Mr. Sido has been an affiliate member of SEAOI for 20 years.