Formal education activities include structured courses or programs that may be for credit and may have an evaluation process.
Formal education activities may include:
- Professional development programs, courses and seminars.
- Courses offered by universities, technical institutes, colleges, suppliers, employers and technical societies.
- Courses offered in traditional classroom settings, by correspondence, by video or online.
- Courses that expand one’s technical skills (ex. software) or workplace certifications (ex. safety). Refresher courses
or certification renewals are not eligible activities.
Every one (1) hour of activity qualifies as one (1) PDH. For courses offering recognized Continuing Education Units
(CEU’s), one (1) CEU equals ten (10) PDH’s. The engineer may claim a maximum of 40 PDH’s per year for this activity.
The following list contains links to some of the formal education providers that PDH's can be earned.
Universities and Colleges
Dalhousie University Continuing Technical Education
Dalhousie University Faculty of Engineering
Saint Mary's University Executive and Professional Development
Dalhousie University Faculty of Management
Commercial Learning Institutions
Think - PBBA Business Training
Educational Program Innovations Center (EPIC)
Canada's Institute for Energy Training
Dale Carnegie Business Group
PMI Nova Scotia Chapter
Imaginit Technologies (AutoCAD)
Pinnacle Project Management
Cansel (Autodesk Training)
If you represent a formal education provider and would like to have your information linked on this page, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.