Professional Development

This year’s conference includes many sessions that may qualify for professional development hours (PDHs) from the following and other licensure and certification agencies. Certificates of attendance will be provided upon request following the conference to help participants document and report their attendance at ICOET 2013.

Session contact/credit hours and attendance sheet (PDF:136KB)

American Fisheries Society - Certified Fisheries Professional (CFP)

CFP participants should track their session participation and submit the required documentation to AFS as part of their Certification application or renewal. For more information see the AFS Website.

AICP CertificationAmerican Institute of Certified Planners (AICP)

AICP Certification Maintenance (CM) credits have been requested from the American Planning Association for several ICOET 2013 sessions. Participants will be notified following the conference when CM credits have been awarded. More information about the AICP CM program can be found on the AICP Website.

American Society of Landscape Architects

Both ASLA member and non-member licensed landscape architects should track their session participation and submit documentation for PDHs as required by their state. For more information about ASLA continuing education requirements see the American Society of Landscape Architects Website.

State Professional Engineers Licensure

The licensure of professional engineers is handled by individual states. Professional engineers should track their session participation and submit documentation for PDHs as required by their state.

The Wildlife Society Certification ProgramThe Wildlife Society - Certified Wildlife Biologists (CWB)

The Wildlife Society allows a maximum of 30.5 contact hours in Category I of the Certified Wildlife Biologist Renewal/Professional Development Certificate Program for participation in the 2013 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation. Participants should track their session attendance and submit the required documentation for Professional Development Certification or CWB Renewal. For more information see the Certification section of The Wildlife Society Website.