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The Cheapest PDHs?

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Anyone have a lead on the cheapest PDHs available? I've found http://ezpdh.com/ which has unlimited access for $125, or 30 hours (how many I need!) for $75. Anything nearly free?


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Luckily my company has Red Vector, so that is all free.



CE News typically has one PDH in every issue, sponsored by a company (usually Contech). You can access their entire library online as well:




http://continuingeducation.zweigwhite.com/

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Anyone have a lead on the cheapest PDHs available? I've found http://ezpdh.com/ which has unlimited access for $125, or 30 hours (how many I need!) for $75. Anything nearly free?

I posted some links here a while back for what I found to be fairly cheap PDHs when I was looking to fulfill my state requirements.

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I like the free ones. I am going to Texas next month for 15 PDH. All expenses paid by one of our vendors.

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Try this. My company has used them. Inexpensive

http://www.suncam.com/

$22.50/PDH. Ouch!

they have special "spotlight" courses every week which are $5/PDH.

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You could always try grad school, which will get you 45 PDHs in one shot (for WI it does). But that equates to $75/PDH. :blink:



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PDHs always cost you absolutely nothing at all in CA.


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One of only a small number of perks for living in this state. That perk will be gone soon though.

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PDHs always cost you absolutely nothing at all in CA.

I wonder how many PDH's will be required when the state splits in to 7.

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PDHs always cost you absolutely nothing at all in CA.

I wonder how many PDH's will be required when the state splits in to 7.

It is six states, not seven. They are currently known as Jefferson, Silicon Valley, North California, Central California, West California and South California. If you want a good laugh go look at http://www.sixcalifornias.com/

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