April 9, 2014


Description

Texas Board of Professional Engineers – Licensing Process/Ethics:  Covers the licensing requirements and applications process as well as rule and legislative changes that affect the profession, and board issues/actions

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.


Featured Speakers

Speaker Charles B. Pennington, P.E., Engineering Specialist
The Board employed Mr. Pennington on February 19, 2002 as an Engineering Specialist.  In his role, he provides engineering expertise to the Board investigators as well as participates in outreach programs to educate the public and licensed engineers on engineering matters pertaining to the Engineering Practice Act.  Mr. Pennington is …

The Board employed Mr. Pennington on February 19, 2002 as an Engineering Specialist.  In his role, he provides engineering expertise to the Board investigators as well as participates in outreach programs to educate the public and licensed engineers on engineering matters pertaining to the Engineering Practice Act.  Mr. Pennington is also engaged in the research and development of policy advisories for the Board.


Prior to his six-year career with the State of Texas, Mr. Pennington was a mechanical engineer with Applied Materials for ten years.  Mr. Pennington has 25 years of mechanical engineering experience in the semi-conductor, robotic and construction industries.  He currently resides in Austin with his wife, Beverley and Border collie, Helen.

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Organizer

Patty Davis

If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact Patty Davis patty.davis@petroskills.com


Date and Time

Wed, April 9, 2014

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
(GMT-0500) America/Chicago

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Location

SPE Houston Training Center

10777 Westheimer, Suite 1075
Houston, Texas 77042
USA



Group(s): Career Management