In this episode, I interview my co-host Mat Picardal, who recently took the SE Exam. He talks about his experience taking and preparing for the SE Exam, what the exam is, why it’s so difficult, and the benefits of earning a SE licensure.
In this episode, I interview Lieutenant Colonel Lagerquist, a career civil engineer officer on the topic of obtaining your professional engineering (PE) license by using a 10 step plan.
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In this episode, I interview Tim Austin, P.E., F.NSPE., current President of the National Society of Professional Engineers about engineering career building as well as some of the biggest challenges the engineering profession is facing today and what NSPE is doing to help Engineers overcome those challenges.
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In this session of The Engineering Career Coach Podcast, I talk about why credentials are so important in your engineering career and give you some tips on how you can obtain the right ones.
I will also share with you my public pledge on one of my 2015 goals at the end of the podcast.
This episode is the second of the seven part Engineer Your Own Success podcast series which I am creating to celebrate one of my biggest goal of 2014 which was rewriting my updated and expanded edition of Engineer Your Own Success.
In our Take Action Today segment at the end of the show, I will give you a challenge that will definitely drive you in your engineering career.
“You don’t win the U.S. Open by being lucky, throw it up there and hope. He’s got credentials.” – Hale Erwin
Credentials are critical to advancement as an engineer. You should definitely consider obtaining some credentials in your engineering career that are aligned with your goals. When I say credentials, it could mean licenses, certifications, publications, or awards that you have received. In this episode, I will discuss three reasons why credentials are important and three strategies for how you can obtain them.
This is a guest post by Joel Erway, EIT, author of 30-Minute EIT: How to beat the FE exam without beating your head.
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Over the past three years, I’ve spoken with many engineers who are looking to advance their careers by becoming a licensed Professional Engineer (PE). Some are students fresh out of college and others are engineers who have been out of school for more than 10 years. But they both face a common problem.
They are stuck.
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The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam is a beast. Six hours long, 110 questions, and up to 18 separate subjects to study for, depending on your discipline. It scares most people just thinking about studying for it, and some quit before they even start.