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June 2016

Below you will find organizations and links showing where F.E. and P.E. exam prep materials and tools can be found to assist with exams.

NCEES: ncees.org

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P. E. Exam:



Brightwood Engineering (Formerly Kaplan): https://www.brightwoodengineering.com/

F. E. Exam:


P. E. Exam:


Professional Publications, Inc.:  http://ppi2pass.com/

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P. E. Exam:


NSPE:  https://www.nspe.org

FE Exam: Cognistar - Sponsored by NSPE


PE Exam: - Cognistar - Sponsored by NSPE


January 2016

As a reminder the FBPE now requires licensed engineers actively participating in the design of engineering works or systems in connection with buildings, structures, or facilities and systems covered by the Florida Building Code, to complete at least one (1) Advanced Florida Building Code course applicable to the licensee's Area of Practice.  The course will need to be designated as "Advanced" by the Florida Building Commission, approved by the FBPE and completed with 12 months of the effective date of each edition of the Florida Building Code.

Therefore, licensees whose practice includes the design of engineering works or systems in connection with buildings, structures, or facilities and systems covered by the Florida Building Code have until  June 30, 2016 to (1) complete at least one "Advanced" Florida Building Code course approved by the FBPE within your discipline, and (2) provide the Board with a copy of a certificate of completion which shows:  Course number, course hours, Code edition year and Code or course focus.

Listed below are "Advanced" Florida Building Code Course Approved Providers. More will be added as they become available.

If you have any questions regarding the above information feel free to contact the Board office at:  850-521-0500 or send an email to board@fbpe.org.

Florida adopted an audit system to insure compliance in the 2013-2015 biennium so completions are not reported. It should be noted that section 471.0195 F.S., which requires licensees designing buildings or systems under the Florida Building Code to take a specialized or advanced course on the Florida Building Code within one year of the issuance of a new edition of the Florida Building Code. Those courses are required to be approved by the Florida Building Commission as well as the Florida Board of Professional Engineers, and the completion certificate for the course must be submitted to the Florida Board by the provider. Those courses can also be counted as part of the 12 hours of continuing education as “a topic pertinent to the practice of engineering.”

The second link below will take you directly to Advanced Building Code courses.

Questions and Comments Please contact Sara Guthrie at (407)347-4962 Email:  fseadirector@flsea.com


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