The decision to become registered as a Professional Engineer (PE) is an important decision. Increasingly, engineering positions of significant responsibility require a P.E. as a condition of appointment or advancement. For engineering work dealing with the public, registration as a PE is a requirement. The first step in the registration process is to pass the Fundamentals of Engineering Examination.
The FE Refresher Course is dedicated to assisting senior engineering students and professional non-students in preparation for the Engineering-In-Training (EIT), Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam. The refresher course is completely separate from the examination and is not required to take the examination. In each class session a brief review of theory and fundamentals is presented. Selected questions are answered and problems worked.
Key Learning Subjects:
Tips for Preparation
Mathematics Part I
Mechanics of Materials
Mathematics Part II
Benefits to you:
Students and non-students are provided with useful information in preparation for the FE exam.
Who should attend
Senior engineering students and professional engineering non-students.
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