Career Management WEBINAR Ethics Training: 1 Hr Requirement for Texas P.E.

Speaker C.W. Clark, P.E.


The Society of Petroleum Engineers Gulf Coast Section will present a continuing education seminar which will discuss ethics. This 1 hour seminar will qualify attendees for their annual ethics training requirement by the Texas Board of Professional Engineers.

As Director of the Compliance & Enforcement Division of the Texas Board of Professional Engineers, Mr. Clark manages the day-to-day operations of the division to include policy advisory opinions, compliance reviews of continuing education audits, seal imprint approvals, investigations of enforcement cases against violators, and providing outreach programs to educate the public and licensed engineers on engineering matters pertaining to the Board and the Engineering Practice Act.

Before joining the State of Texas, Mr. Clark worked in private industry as an Electrical Engineer with Motorola, Inc. in Austin for 21 years, and prior to that, eight years with Texas Instruments in Dallas.  Mr. Clark is a BSEE graduate of Southern Methodist University and a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).  C.W. and his wife, Jan, have two adult children and live in the Austin area.  C.W. and Jan have also been active with foster parenting and over the past 34 years have had the great pleasure of fostering 251 infants and children.
 
The Society of Petroleum Engineers Gulf Coast Section will present a continuing education seminar which will discuss ethics. This 1 hour seminar will qualify attendees for their annual ethics training requirement by the Texas Board of Professional Engineers.
Organizer David Flores