Benefits of Attending a

NoonPi Lunchtime Webinar

Free webinars from NoonPi

Absolutely free. Webinars designed to meet your PDH requirements.

Earn your state-mandated PDH credits absolutely free with NoonPi webinars. High-quality engineering PDH webinars. Why waste time and money? Just register and attend.

    • Register with only your name and email address
    • Attend from anywhere with a computer and high-speed internet
    • After attending, only a short 3 – 5 question survey is required. There is no quiz.*
    • You certificate of completion is immediately available for download.**

*Only Ohio-licensed PEs are required to pass a quiz. **Certificate is issued upon completion of survey.

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NoonPi webinars are live,
interactive events

NoonPi webinars are not webcasts, which have a one-way flow of information broadcast over the internet to a large audience. These lunchtime events are live and interactive, just like live seminars – except they are held online instead of in a meeting room.

You can ask the instructor questions, share your ideas, and interact with other participants in real time. Or, if you prefer, just sit back and learn from the collective experience of the speaker and the group. All NoonPi webinar instructors are qualified subject matter experts, knowledgeable and well-versed in their particular area of expertise.

NoonPi webinars are held at lunchtime so you can be more efficient. Stop taking time away from your work and family to complete your PDH requirements. Sign up for a NoonPi webinar today and start earning your PDH credits over lunch.

NoonPi certificate of completion

You will be issued a
Certificate of Completion

After the webinar, board requirements mandate that you complete a 3- to 5-question survey concerning how well the learning objectives of the webinar were met. Once you’ve completed the survey, you will receive a certificate of completion as proof the PDH you have earned.

Note that engineers licensed in the state of Ohio will be required to complete a short online quiz, which must be passed with a score of 70% to receive a certificate. If you are not licensed in Ohio, you are not required to complete the quiz.