SECB: An Opportunity for SEAOC Members

In November 2012, the Structural Engineering Certification Board (SECB) signed partnering agreements with both the Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) and the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA). 
 
The primary purpose of these partnering agreements is to have all structural engineering professional organizations working together and speaking with a unified voice. SECB firmly believes that its certification of structural engineers should be an interim step towards structural licensure, not an alternative.
 
To that end, SECB has enacted a two-year minimum open enrollment method beginning January 1, 2013, for licensed professional engineers practicing structural engineering since at least July 1, 2005, to attain certification based upon experience and education.  During this period, the normal SECB exam requirements are waived for these engineers and the one-time application fee has been reduced for SEI and NCSEA (and therefore SEAOC) members from $350 to $200 for a minimum period of two years. 

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