会员注册MEMBER REGISTRATION ## 飞出国
Every person who engages in the practice of engineering in the province of Prince Edward Island must have a valid Certificate of Registration, Licence to Practise or Certificate of Engineer-in-Training in accordance with the Engineering Profession Act and bylaws.
Any applicant for a certificate of registration who satisfies Council that he/she
- (a) is a resident or is coming to reside in Prince Edward Island (if you are not moving to PEI, you need to apply for a Licence to Practise);
- (b) is a graduate in engineering or applied science of an academic or technical institution recognized by the Council;
- © has fulfilled the requirements of approved engineering experience as prescribed in the bylaws;
- (d) has successfully completed any examinations that may be prescribed by Council;
- (e) has provided evidence of good character; and
- (f) has paid the fees as prescribed in the bylaws, shall be entitled to become registered as a member of the Association.
会费和其他费用Dues and Fees for Members ### FLYabroad
- 会员印章 $30.00
- Registration Fee $50.00 (non recurring)
- Annual Dues $300.00
- Member Stamp $30.00
Both the registration fee and the annual dues must accompany the application form
重要提示Important Note ### FLYabroad
All applicants for registration are required to pass the National Professional Practice Examination as a prerequisite for registration unless the examination or acceptable equivalent has been successfully written in another Canadian provincial or territorial jurisdiction. This two-hour closed book examination is designed to ensure familiarity with Professional Practice and Ethics, Engineering Law and Professional Liability, and the Engineers PEI Act and By-laws.
概述 General ### FLYabroad
All applications must be TYPED or completed legibly in INK in all aspects before they are placed before the Association’s Engineering Qualifications Committee for subsequent recommendation to Council. Enclose the necessary fees (registration fee and annual dues) with your application. Please make cheque or money order payable to Engineers PEI.
Please read the application form carefully and provide complete information. At page 3, item 4, details must be sufficient to permit assessment of your experience. Your narrative must contain your position and a brief, but concise description of your duties and projects. Also include the names of Professional Engineers who were your supervisors.
Only those periods of work experience attested to by a registered professional engineer, who works in close association with you or was your immediate supervisor, will be accepted towards meeting the experience requirement.
A Masters degree in Engineering, if combined with work experience during enrolment in the program, may be considered by Council as equivalent to one year of engineering work experience. Alternatively, the work experience may stand alone.
推荐信References ### FLYabroad
Three references from professional engineers are required, ONE of whom must be a member of Engineers PEI. Please include full mailing address for each referee in order that Engineers PEI may contact them concerning your experience. Please do not have your referees initial your occupational history. Engineers PEI will contact them.
学历资质 Certification of Degree ### FLYabroad
有认可的加拿大或美国大学工程学位的毕业生必须由注册师出具信函，并直接邮寄到爱德华王子岛省工程师协会。其他申请人需提供毕业证明、课程成绩单和课程描述。工程师资格委员会评估申请人是否满足注册的学术要求，并通过CCPE List Confirmatory Program, Non-List Confirmatory Program or Examination Program规定的考试。
Graduates with an accredited engineering degree from a Canadian or United States university must arrange to have a letter from the Registrar mailed directly to Engineers PEI. Applicants with degrees from non-accredited universities must provide proof of graduation, a transcript of their subjects and a course content description: the Engineering Qualifications Committee will assess whether or not such an applicant may meet the academic requirements for registration by passing prescribed examinations from the CCPE List Confirmatory Program, Non-List Confirmatory Program or Examination Program.
NOTE: An Accredited engineering degree is one conferred by a university whose engineering program is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) of the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers or the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology of the United States (ABET). The CEAB may also deem programs which have been evaluated in other jurisdictions to be substantially equivalent to CEAB-accredited programs and graduates of such programs are normally considered to be academically qualified for licensing.
执业许可证 LICENCE TO PRACTISE ## FLYabroad
Every person who engages in the practice of engineering in the Province of Prince Edward Island must have a valid certificate of registration, licence to practise or certificate of engineer-in-training in accordance with the Engineering Profession Act and By-laws.
Any applicant for a licence to practise who satisfies the Council that he/she
- (a) is not a resident of Prince Edward Island;
- (b) is a registered Member in Good Standing with an Engineering Association in any province or territory;
- © has successfully completed any examinations that may be prescribed by the Council;
- (d) has paid the fees as prescribed in the bylaws, shall be entitled to a licence to practise.
Any applicant for a licence to practise who satisfies the Council that he/she
- (a) is not a resident of Canada;
- (b) is a member in good standing in any engineering or technical organization or society of standing recognized by the Council;
- © has filed with the Registrar satisfactory proof that such person is qualified to practise professional engineering;
- (d) has successfully completed the National Professional Practice Examination and any other examinations that may be prescribed by the Council;
- (e) has completed twelve months of work experience in a Canadian environment or approved equivalent; and
- (f) has paid the fees as prescribed in the by-laws, shall be entitled to a licence to practise.
执业许可证的年费和其他费用 Dues and Fees for Licence to Practise ### FLYabroad
- Registration Fee $100.00 (non recurring as long as membership is kept current)
- Annual Dues $450.00 (All licences are issued on a calendar year basis)
- Annual LTP Stamp $30.00
All fees and annual dues must accompany the application form.
NOTE: Any partnership, association of persons or corporation must obtain a Certificate of Authorization to practise professional engineering in its own name.
实习工程师注册 ENGINEER-IN-TRAINING ENROLMENT ## FLYabroad
如果没有认可的工程学士学历，申请人需要填写”Application for EIT Enrolment - for Non-CEAB” 表。加拿大工程认证委员会认可的院校，可登录该网站查询：www.EngineersCanada.ca/accreditation。
Any applicant for Certificate of Engineer-in-Training who satisfies the Council that he/she meets all the requirements of membership except fulfilling the requirements of approved engineering experience as prescribed in the by-laws, shall be entitled to be enrolled with the Association as an Engineer-in-Training.
For applicants who did not receive their Bachelor of Engineering Degree from an accredited institution, must complete the “Application for EIT Enrolment - for Non-CEAB” form. For a list of Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board approved institutions, visit www.EngineersCanada.ca/accreditation.
In order to qualify for registration as a Professional Engineer, an Engineer-in-Training must have obtained four years of acceptable engineering work experience attested to by a Professional Engineer having personal knowledge of the experience. Acceptable engineering experience is experience obtained under direct supervision of a registered professional engineer. If this is not possible, the engineer-in-training must present sufficient evidence to Council that his/her experience has been equivalent to that obtained under direct supervision. The term of this experience must be attested to by at least one professional engineer.
The successful completion of the National Professional Practice Examination is a requirement of the registration process for membership as a professional engineer. Please refer to the National Professional Practice Examination Information Page for details.
实习工程师年费和其他费用 Dues and Fees for Engineer-in-Training ### FLYabroad
All fees and dues must accompany the application form.
国家技术考试（NTE）NATIONAL TECHNICAL EXAMINATIONS ## FLYabroad
NATIONAL TECHNICAL EXAMINATIONS STANDARD PROCEDURE FOR WRITING EXAMS
国家技术考试 National Technical Examinations (NTE) ### FLYabroad
The standard for registration in Canada is an undergraduate degree in Engineering, accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board of Engineers Canada. If you graduated from a non-accredited engineering program, you may be required to write technical examinations that demonstrate your knowledge and academic qualifications.
The exams are assigned based on the Engineers Canada Examination Syllabus. The actual exams you write will depend on your situation. After your application has been assessed, you will be notified in writing if you are required to complete technical exams.
Technical exams may be written in May and December of each year. You may choose the examination session at which you prefer to write. You will be given a deadline date for completing the exams. If you do not attempt to write any exams within one year of the date of the letter you received, your application will be withdrawn.
Click here for sample exams, provided by APEGBC.
笔试 Writing Exams: FLYabroad
- 考试地点Engineers PEI office, 135 Water Street, Charlottetown
- National Technical Exams are written across Canada twice per year in May and December for one week. You may write in either May or December.
- To write the exams in May, submit your application by February 25th. To write the exams in December, submit your application by August 25th.
- You may submit your application either by mail or email to the address listed above. Payment must be submitted with your application. Payment options are listed on the application form.
- You will receive instructions and any additional information after the timetable has been set, approximately six weeks prior to the writing of the exam. The instructions will tell you the exam date, whether the exam is open or closed book and what you may bring with you to the exam. You must write your exams on the dates scheduled.
- You will write the exam at the Engineers PEI office, 135 Water Street, Charlottetown.
- You must finish all your exams by the completion date assigned to you.
The Examination Syllabus is developed by the Canadian Engineering Qualifications Board of Engineers Canada and the National Technical Examination Program is administered through Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO)
费用 Fees: FLYabroad
The cost to write each examination is $200.00
关于分数 Notice of Marks: FLYabroad
- Exams are returned to the National Exam Office for marking. Your marks will be sent to you by email 60 – 90 days after you write the exam.
- Engineers PEI does NOT provide marks over the phone.
- Reference Materials: The Examination Syllabus and suggested text lists are available at: http://www.engineerscanada.ca/examination-syllabus
Note: Engineers PEI does NOT offer reference materials, textbooks or arrange for tutors.
If you wish to pay for your exam with a credit card, click on the link below.
If you are writing the exam in PEI, choose the first option ($210.00). If you wish to write off-Island, choose the second payment amount ($260.00). These amounts include administrative fees.
To register for the exam, fill out one of the application forms below and email to [email protected]. Please note: You are NOT registered for the examination UNTIL the application form AND registration form are submitted to the Engineers PEI office.
全国专业执业考试（NPPE）NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE EXAM
考试日期 Examination Dates: FLYabroad
April and October of each year
Charlottetown, PE FLYabroad
The National Professional Practice Examination (NPPE) is administered by the Engineering Examinations Office of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) on behalf of Engineers Canada.
All applicants for professional registration as a Member of Engineers PEI (i.e. P.Eng.) are required to pass the National Professional Practice Examination, unless that examination or an acceptable equivalent has been written successfully in another Canadian provincial or territorial jurisdiction.
The NPPE is designed to examine applicants on the ethical considerations and obligations that accompany the privileges of professional status and the legal concepts relevant to professional engineers. Part of the examination tests the applicant’s understanding of professionalism, while the remaining part tests the applicant’s knowledge of engineering law and familiarity with jurisdiction-specific statutes, rules and regulations and the Engineering Profession Act and By-Laws.
考试资格/豁免权Eligibility/Exceptions ### FLYabroad
It is considered beneficial for applicants to have at least one year of work experience after completion of their formal education before the examination is attempted. To be eligible to write the NPPE, you must also have an active application for Professional Membership or be enrolled as an Engineer-in-Training. An exemption will be granted to applicants who have passed the NPPE in another province or who are registered with another Canadian Association. Such applicants are still required to confirm in writing that they have read, understood, and agree to follow the Act and By-Laws and Code of Ethics of Engineers PEI.
全国专业执业考试（NPPE）新形式New format for the National Professional Practice Exam ### FLYabroad
- 更多时间分配 more timeslots available
请阅读NPPE FAQ 了解关于考试的更多变化。
Beginning in October 2015, the National Professional Practice Exam will be computer based. This will result in several benefits for those writing the exam:
- more time to write the exam (2.5 hours)
- multiple test locations across Canada
- more timeslots available
- faster exam results processing
Please read the NPPE FAQ to learn more about these changes.
考试范围和考试大纲 SCOPE AND SYLLABUS OF THE EXAMINATION ### FLYabroad
The following major subject areas are included in the National Professional Practice Examination:
A. Professionalism (10%)
- Definition and Interpretation of Professionalism and Professional Status
- The Roles and Responsibilities of Professionals in Society
- Engineering Professions in Canada; Definitions and Scopes of Practice
- The Value of Engineering Professions to Society
- The Roles and Responsibilities of Professionals to Management
B. Ethics (20%)
- The Role of Ethics in Society; Cultures and Customs
- Classical and Modern Ethical Theories and Principles
- Codes of Ethics of Professional Engineers in Canada
- Ethical Standards and Codes and Their Relationship to the Conduct of a Professional
- Common Ethical Issues and Dilemmas; Making Ethical Decisions
C. Professional Practice (27%)
- Professional Accountability for Work, Workplace Issues, Job Responsibilities and Standards of Practice
- Relations with Other Professionals and Non-professionals; Business Practice
- Statutory and Non-Statutory Standards and Codes of Practice
- Insurance, Risk Management and Quality Management; Due Diligence
- Environmental Responsibilities and Sustainable Development
- Use of Software, Computers and Internet-based Tools; Liability for Software Errors
- Documentation Authentication and Control
- Duty to Inform; Whistleblowing
D. Communication (1%)
- Legal, Ethical and Practical Aspects of Communication
- The Professional Relationship
- Communicaton Skills
E. Law for Professional Practice (23%)
- The Canadian Legal System
- Contract Law Elements, Principles, and Applications
- Tort Law Elements, Principles, and Applications
- Civil Code in Quebec and Common Law in Rest of Canada
- Business, Employment, and Labour Law
- Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
- Intellectual Property Patents, Trademarks, Trade Secrets, Software Issues, Copyright
- Expert Witness
- Construction Liens
- International Law
- Environmental Law
- Workers Compensation and Occupational Health & Safety
- Human Rights and Privacy Legislation
F. Professional Law (8%)
- The Acts, Regulations and Bylaws Provincial and Territorial Acts
- Codes of Ethics; Conflicts of Interest
- Admission to the Professions
- Illegal Practice; Enforcement Against Unlicensed Practice and Misuse of Title
- Professional and Technical Societies
G. Regulation & Discipline Processes (11%)
- Discipline and Enforcement Procedures
- Professional Inspection; Practice Reviews of Individuals
- Response to Complaints
- Licensing Corporations and Practice Review of Firms
- Response to Unethical or Incompetent Practice; Consequences of Unethical Practice
- Canadian and International Mobility
- Continuing Professional Development
- Use of Seals and Stamps
The National Professional Practice Examination consists of 110 multiple-choice questions. It is closed-book and is two and a half hours in duration. The questions are distributed in accordance with the percentages shown above. All candidates, regardless of whether they intend to practice engineering or geoscience, are required to write and pass the National Professional Practice Examination. Some Associations have extended the National Professional Practice Examination in their jurisdictions by adding multiple-choice and/or essay questions to the NPP Exam, and in those cases, candidates are allowed additional time to complete the examination. Contact the Association with whom you wish to register for specific details.
The pass mark is 65%. The examination results are reported as “pass” or “fail” with a Mastery Report provided only to candidates who have failed, indicating the candidate’s specific performance in each category. You are not penalized for wrong answers. The grade is final.
申请参加考试 Applying to Write the Examination ### FLYabroad
An application form must be used when applying. It provides additional information on fees, examination dates, and deadline dates. The application must be accompanied by the appropriate fee and must be received by the deadline date noted on the application form. Cheque or cash are accepted at the Engineers PEI office. If you wish to pay by credit card, click on the PayPal link below. Debit and Credit are NOT accepted at the Engineers PEI office.
After the deadline, you will receive confirmation of the date, time and location of the exam and any workshop that may be offered. One piece of photo-ID must be shown upon arrival at the exam location. Dictionaries are not permitted.
Four to six weeks after the examination you will be advised of the results by mail. For many, a pass may be the last step in the registration process. For others, there may be additional requirements before registration is granted. Failure will require that the examination be repeated, with another application and fee submitted
资格/豁免权Eligibility/Exceptions ### FLYabroad
Most Associations feel that it is beneficial for applicants to have at least two years of work experience after completion of their formal education, before attempting to write the NPPE. To be eligible to write the National Professional Practice Exam, you must have an active membership number with your home Association. An exemption may be granted to applicants who have passed a similar examination in another jurisdiction or who have been registered by another Canadian Association prior to the implementation of the NPPE, but such applicants are still required to read, and confirm in writing, that they have read the Act and Code of Ethics, and agree to practice their profession accordingly.
学习资料/文献Study Material/Literature ### FLYabroad
The following is a list of the material required. All applicants will be tested on the primary literature but the secondary literature will be of interest. Texts are not available at the Engineers PEI office. The obtaining of all reference materials is solely the responsibility of the individual candidate for admission.
主要文献 Primary Literature FLYabroad
- 加拿大专业工程与地理科学：实践与道德，第5版（2004）-Gordon C. Andrews - 以下网站购买: www.nelsonbrain.com/shop/micro/EPEI
- 建筑、工程和地理科学执业法，加拿大第2版（2011）-Samuels & Sanders
- 爱德华王子岛工程专业法案、规章和职业道德（Engineering Profession Act，By-Laws and Code of Ethics），可在爱德华王子岛工程协会获得。
- Canadian Professional Engineering and Geoscience: Practice & Ethics, Fifth Edition (2014) - Gordon C. Andrews - This is available at the following link: www.nelsonbrain.com/shop/micro/EPEI
- Practical Law of Architecture, Engineering and Geoscience, Second Canadian Edition (2011) - Samuels & Sanders
- The Prince Edward Island Engineering Profession Act, By-Laws and Code of Ethics - Available from Engineers PEI
次要文献 Secondary Literature FLYabroad
- 爱德华王子岛省的 Mechanics’ Lien Act
- 爱德华王子岛省的职业健康和安全法案-可在该地点购买：the Workers Compensation Board, 14 Weymouth Street, Charlottetown (902-368-5680 or 1-800-237-5049)
“加拿大临时商业法” Willes, John A., (3rd Ed., McGraw-Hill Ryerson)
“加拿大法律和商业管理”Smyth and Soberman, (6th Ed., Prentice Hall)
可在 St. Mary’s or Dalhousie University Bookstores购买。
In addition to a general knowledge of statutes which are relevant to the listed topics,
the following should be studied thoroughly:
- Prince Edward Island’s Mechanics’ Lien Act.
- Occupational Health and Safety Act of Prince Edward Island - Available at the Workers Compensation Board, 14 Weymouth Street, Charlottetown (902-368-5680 or 1-800-237-5049).
The following texts are noted as an additional background reference:
“Contemporary Canadian Business Law”, Willes, John A., (3rd Ed., McGraw-Hill Ryerson)
- Part I - Introduction, Chapters 1, 2 and 3
- Part II - Torts
- Part III - Contracts, Chapters 6 - 14
- Part VIII - Special Legal Rights, Chapter 33 Patents, Trade Marks and Copyright.
Generally available at the TUNS Bookstore.
“Law and Business Administration in Canada”, Smyth and Soberman, (6th Ed., Prentice Hall)
- Part I - Law in its Social Context, Chapters 1, 2 and 3
- Part II - Torts
- Part III - Contracts, Chapters 6 - 17
Available at St. Mary’s or Dalhousie University Bookstores.
工程法讲习班 Engineering Law Workshop ### FLYabroad
A free workshop on Engineering Law is normally held one week prior to the exam. Please indicate on the application form whether you wish to attend.