Get Your Professional Engineering Registration Now! Why It is Important and How to Do It
- Type: Archived Webinar
Why is it important to become a registered professional engineer? In this webinar, we discuss reasons why it may become important for you, regardless of your current situation. We present examples of chemical engineers who learned that registration was required in order to do a particular job and, as a result, were either unable to do the job or faced the prospect of taking examinations that they would have been much better prepared for if they were still in school. Finally, we will present information on how to make it through the registration process.
James B. Porter, Jr. is Principal Consultant for DuPont Safety Resources. Drawing on over 40 years of hands-on DuPont safety, health and environment engineering, as well as operations experience, Jim helps customers make significant and sustainable improvements in workplace safety, process safety management, and operational excellence. Previously, Jim was chief engineer and vice president of Engineering and Operations for DuPont until his retirement in 2008. Jim joined DuPont in 1966 as a chemical engineer in the engineering service division. He was named vice president of Engineering in...Read more
Peter Lederman’s communication experience straddles many venues and a variety of purposes. He has over 50 years of experience in industry, government and academia as an engineer, manager, professor and executive. Pete earned his Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctorate degrees at the University of Michigan. He has taught communications as part of a culminating process design course. Pete has over 100 published papers and has spoken to technical and non-technical groups on a wide variety of subjects. He has testified before Congress and been an expert witness.
Pete is currently a...Read more
Scott received a BS in Chemical Engineering from Kansas State University in 1980. He is a registered professional engineer in Texas (1985) and Oklahoma (1987). He began his career as a process engineer at Phillips Petroleum Company’s Borger Refinery in 1980 and retired as Fellow from ConocoPhillips Company after over 34 years in 2015. Over his career, Scott was inventor and co-inventor of 14 US patents. In March of 1997, he received the inaugural Master of Process Engineering certification from Phillips. Scott has always utilized his process engineering perspective in all of his diverse...Read more
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