The CAESAR II Fundamentals and CAESAR II Statics One courses qualify for 9 PDH hours each.
This is based on the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Survey (NCEES) Continuing Education Guidelines
Section 250.30 Continuing Professional Competency (Page 2)
Item B1: Professional Development Hour (PDH)—One contact hour (nominal) of instruction or presentation.
Item B5: Course/Activity—Any qualifying course or activity with a clear purpose and objective that will maintain, improve, or expand the skills and knowledge relevant to the licensee’s field of practice.
Requirements (Page 3)
Item C2: Successful completion of short courses, tutorials, webinars, and distance-education courses offered for self-study, independent study, or group study and through synchronous or asynchronous delivery methods such as live, correspondence, archival, or the Internet
Qualifying and Non-qualifying Activities (Page 7)
Typical Qualifying Activities
Successful completion of short courses/tutorials and distance-education courses offered through correspondence, television, videotapes, or the Internet
Completing computer software instructional courses that relate to the improvement of one’s business or profession
These are national standards that are recommended for use by the state accrediting agencies. However, each state determines its own requirements, so it is up to the individual engineer to determine his state’s rules and requirements for continuing education, and that these courses are in compliance with those requirements.