The Engineering Center of St. Louis (formerly The Engineers' Club) is the third oldest engineering society in America. In addition to Professional Engineers, its membership includes architects, executives and business administrators, as well as men and women in the technical, scientific, educational, marketing and legal fields.
They have a seminar every second Friday of the month from 8 to 4:30 with registration starting at 7:30 am. The program provides 8 PDHs and includes lunch. The cost is only $30 for members and affiliates, which includes AIChE local members. It is $75 for non-members.
Register online at http://www.engineeringcenter.org/#!month-second-fridays/dvx81
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The Missouri Division of Professional registration provides administrative support to 40 professional licensing boards and commissions responsible for licensing and regulating the activities of approximately 430,000 Missourians. Go to "Continuing Education" for a PDH reporting form and other infromation on professional development hours.
Send a note to Tom Blackwood at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be glad to review your request or add your related organization. If you have an in-person seminar in the St. Louis area that relates to chemical engineering, is free and offers professional development hours we would advertize it to our members.