曼省工程师注册机构 APEGM-Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of the Province of Manitoba

曼省工程师注册机构: Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of the Province of Manitoba (APEGM)

有国际教育背景的专业人士 - 飞出国

工程专业和地球科学专业在加拿大都属于管制专业。每个省和地区都有自己的管制机构和会员要求。

曼尼托巴的工程专业和地球科学专业的管制机构是APEGM。

你必须是APEGM注册会员,才可以在曼尼托巴进行合法的工程或地球科学实践。为了成为APEGM注册会员,你必须完成会员注册中的会员申请流程。

重要提示

在开始APEGM会员申请流程之前,你必须完成下面的工作:

  1. 移民 —— 确保自己可以移民曼尼托巴
  2. 英语能力 —— 确保自己符合APEGM的语言能力要求
  3. 经济援助 —— 申请经济援助,支付与申请APEGM会员相关的费用

以下来源: Internationally Educated Professionals - Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba

For Internationally Educated Professionals

Engineering and Geoscience are regulated professions in Canada. Each province and territory has its own regulator and membership requirements.

APEGM is the regulator in Manitoba.

To legally practise Engineering or Geoscience in Manitoba, you must be a registered member of APEGM. To become a registered member of APEGM, you must complete the membership process outlined in Member Registration.

IMPORTANT

Complete these tasks before you begin the membership process with APEGM:

Task 1: Immigration
Ensure that you can immigrate to Manitoba.

Task 2: English Proficiency
Practise your English to meet APEGM’s language requirements.

Task 3: Financial Help
Apply for financial help to cover the costs associated with becoming a member of APEGM.

会员注册 - 飞出国

APEGM负责管理曼尼托巴工程专业和地球科学专业,有义务以严格的入会标准来要求所有的潜在会员。

只有APEGM注册会员才可以在曼尼托巴使用专业工程师或专业地球科学家职称,并可以在没有任何监督的情况下直接进行合法的工程或地球科学实践。

为了成为APEGM注册会员,你必须决定自己的申请类型并完成该网站上相关会员注册流程。

以下来源: http://www.apegm.mb.ca/MembershipTypes.html

会员注册申请类型 - 飞出国

1. 学生

  • 在加拿大修读硕士学历
  • 目前在曼尼托巴一所大学学习工程专业或地球科学专业

2. 专业人士 - 美国临时许可

  • 不符合美国流动计划条件
  • 至少是美国一个州的注册工程师,并享有良好声誉
  • 有至少4年的工程工作经验
  • 没有违纪历史
  • 不符合加拿大流动计划条件

3. 专业人士 - 美国流动计划

  • 是 ABET认可的工程项目的毕业生
  • 在美国通过了FE和PE考试
  • 至少是美国一个州的注册工程师,并享有良好声誉
  • 有至少4年的工程工作经验
  • 没有违纪历史
  • 通过了加拿大国家专业实践考试
  • 不符合加拿大流动计划条件

4. 学术评估 - 具有国际教育背景

  • 在加拿大之外的某个国家获得了4年工程专业或地球科学专业大学学历

或者

  • 3年国际毕业证和3年国际专业水平大学学位证

或者

  • 在加拿大之外的某个国家获得了4年工程专业或地球科学专业大学学历,且有来自CEAB或W/A partner的工程专业研究生学历

  • 不是加拿大其他管制机构的注册工程师或地球科学家

5. 实习人士 (MIT)

  • 是CEAB认可的工程项目的毕业生
  • 不是加拿大其他管制机构的注册工程师或地球科学家

或者

  • 已完成学术评估流程,达到了APEGM学术资格要求
  • 不是加拿大其他管制机构的注册工程师或地球科学家

更多内容:CEAB认可项目清单

6. 专业人士 - 加拿大协议

  • 是加拿大其他管制机构的注册工程师或地球科学家
  • 没有违纪历史
  • 不是之前APEGM取消注册的会员

以下来源: Registration - Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba

Member Registration

APEGM upholds the professions of Engineering and Geoscience in Manitoba. Our responsibility to the public calls upon us to maintain rigorous admissions standards for all potential members.

Only registered members of APEGM can use P.Eng. or P.Geo. behind their names and legally practise Engineering or Geoscience in Manitoba without supervision.

To become a registered member of APEGM, you must determine your Applicant Type and complete the corresponding member registration process outlined on this website.

以下来源: http://www.apegm.mb.ca/MembershipTypes.html

Member Registration Applicant Type

1. Student

  • I am taking my Bachelor’s degree in Canada
  • I am currently enrolled in Engineering or Geoscience at a University in Manitoba

2. Professional Member - US Temporary Licence

  • I do not qualify for US Mobility
  • I am registered as an Engineer in good standing in at least one state in USA
  • I have a minimum of 4 years of Engineering experience
  • I have no disciplinary history*
  • I do not qualify for Canadian Mobility

3. Professional Member - US Mobility

  • I have graduated from an Engineering program that is accredited by ABET
  • I have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) and Professional Engineering (PE) exams in USA
  • I am registered as an Engineer in good standing in at least one state in USA
  • I have a minimum of 4 years of Engineering experience
  • I have no disciplinary history*
  • I have passed the Canadian National Exam Professional Practice Exam (PPE)
  • I do not qualify for Canadian Mobility

4. Academic Assessment - Internationally Educated

  • I have a 4-year professional level university degree in Engineering or Geoscience from a country outside of Canada
  • OR
  • I have a 3 year international diploma plus a 3 year international professional level university degree
  • OR
  • I have a 4 year professional level university degree in Engineering or Geoscience from a country outside of Canada and I have a post-graduate degree in an engineering discipline from CEAB or W/A partner
  • AND
  • I am not registered as an Engineer or Geoscientist with another Canadian regulator

5. Member-in-Training (MIT)

  • I graduated from an Engineering program that is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB)
  • I am not registered as an Engineer with another Canadian regulator

OR

  • I have completed the Academic Assessment process and have been deemed academically qualified by APEGM
  • I am not registered with another Canadian regulator

List of CEAB accredited programs: http://www.engineerscanada.ca/accreditation-resources?page=/e/files/guideline_admission_with.pdf&from=

6. Professional Member - Canadian Mobility

  • I am registered as an Engineer or Geoscientist with another Canadian regulator
  • I have no disciplinary history*
  • I am not a former member of APEGM who was de-registered**

会员注册流程表 - 飞出国

第一步: 学生会员

a) 递交申请
b) 每年更新会员身份,享受相关待遇,包括:

  • 在成为实习人士之前报考ABC考试
  • 提供12个月毕业之前的工作经验,以满足MIT计划要求
  • 符合获得一定奖学金/奖励条件

第二步: 学术评估

仅适用于加拿大地球科学专业毕业生。

a) 递交学术评估申请

  • 递交必要文件
  • 支付评估费用

b) 收到评估结果
c) 通过安排的考试
d) 从APEGM收到邀请信

完成第二步之后,你将收到来自APEGM的邀请信。

第三步: ABC考试

注意: 在等待ABC考试结果的时候,要开学进行第四步。

a) 报考ABC考试
b) 通过ABC考试

完成第三步之后,APEGM才开始处理你的MIT申请。

第四步: 实习生

在你即将完成MIT计划时,APEGM会提醒你开始进行第五步和第六步。

a) 递交MIT申请

  • 递交必要文件
  • 支付MIT申请费用
  • 支付MIT年费

b) 定期递交工作报告:

  • 4年当前工作的工作经验
  • 48小时志愿服务
  • 48小时专业发展

第五步: 专业实践考试

a) 递交考试申请

b) 支付考试费用

c) 通过考试

第六步: 专业会员

a) 根据要求,向APEGM提供三封推荐信

b) 根据要求,支付注册费用

c) 你的文件会交给注册委员会进行批准

完成第六步之后,你就成为了APEGM专业会员。

会员注册语言要求###

如果英语不是你的母语,或者你的学士学历或研究生学历不是英语教育:

  • 你必须参加英语语言能力测试
  • 你必须在第二步(学术评估)和第四步(实习人士)递交考试结果
  • 如果你在正在申请IEEQ项目,那么,你必须递交考试结果(IEEQ项目可以帮助你完成学术评估,不要求CLBPT,但是可以接受IELTS。)

英语语言能力测试

APEGM认可的两个考试:

  1. Canadian Level Benchmark Placement Test (CLBPT)
  • 听说读写不能低于8分
  • 你可以进行在线自我评估,对自己的听读这两个方面的能力有个大致了解。如果你觉得需要或者打算提高自己的语言技巧,你可以联系WELARC,让他们对你的语言能力进行评估。
  • 永久居民可以免费报考CLBPT,不用再参加WELARC语言课程
  1. 雅思考试
  • APEGM要求听说读写都不能低于6分,总分不能低于6.5
  • 可以在温尼伯报考
  • 必须支付一定费用

认证翻译

你必须提供所有必要文件的英语文件,或者其英语翻译文件并获得认证。

以下来源: http://www.apegm.mb.ca/pdf/Flowcharts/StudentMemberFlowchart.pdf

Member Registration Flowchart

Step 1: Student Member

a) Submit the application
b) Renew your membership annually so you can enjoy the benefits, including:
Write the ABC Test before becoming an MIT

  • Claim up to 12 months of pre-graduation work experience to help meet
    your Member-in-Training (MIT) program requirements
  • Become eligible for certain scholarships/awards

Step 2: Academic Assessment

Step 2 is for Canadian Geoscience graduates only.

a) Submit the Academic Assessment Application

  • Submit your required documents
    - Pay the assessment fee

b) Receive your assessment results
c) Complete your assigned exams
d) Receive your Letter of Invitation from APEGM

After Step 2 You will receive a letter of invitation from APEGM.

Step 3: Act, Bylaws, Code of Ethics (ABC) Test

note: Begin Step 4 while you wait for your ABC Test results

a) Schedule the ABC Test
b) Pass the ABC Test

After Step 3 , APEGM can now process your MIT application.

Step 4: Member-in-Training

APEGM will prompt you to begin Steps 5 & 6 as you near completion of the MIT program

a) Submit the MIT application

  • Submit your required documents
  • Pay the MIT application fee
  • Pay the annual MIT dues

b) Submit ongoing reports for:

  • 4 years of current work experience
  • Up to 48 hours of volunteer service
  • Up to 48 hours of professional development

Step 5: Professional Practice Exam

a) Submit the exam application

  • Pay the exam fee
    b) Pass the exam

Step 6: Professional Member a) On request, provide APEGM with three references

b) On request, pay registration fee
c) Your file will be forwarded to the Registration Committee for approval

After step 6, You are now a Professional Member of APEGM.

Member Registration Language Requirements

If English is not your first language or you did not receive your undergraduate or graduate degree in English:

  • You require an English language proficiency test
  • You must submit your test results to APEGM in Step 2: Academic Assessment and Step 4: Member-in-Training
  • You must submit your test results to the Internationally Educated Engineers Qualification (IEEQ) program, if you will be applying to the program. The IEEQ program is an option provided to you to complete your academic assessment. IEEQ no longer requires the CLBPT, but will accept IELTS.

English Language Proficiency Tests

APEGM recognize these two tests:

  1. Canadian Level Benchmark Placement Test (CLBPT)
  • APEGM requires a score of benchmark level 8 in reading, writing, listening and speaking
    - If a you are curious about your CLB levels, there is an online self-assessment http://clb-osa.ca/ that will give you an unofficial CLB score in reading and listening. If you feel you need or want to improve your language skills, please contact WELARC for an assessment and referral appointment.
    - CLBPT is available for free for permanent residents looking for placement into language classes at the Winnipeg English Language Assessment and Referral Centre (WELARC)
  1. International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
  • APEGM requires a score of 6 or higher in each module, and with an overall band score of 6.5 or higher
    - IELTS is available in Winnipeg
    - There is a fee for the test. See Fees for details

Notarized Translation

You must provide all documents required by APEGM in English or have them translated into English and notarized.

学术评估 - 具有国际教育背景 - 飞出国

学术评估不会收到移民状态和地理位置的任何影响。**注意:**加拿大每个省都可以执行自己的评估。如果你打算移居曼尼托巴,且希望在抵达曼尼托巴之前收到评估结果,那么,你必须至少提前3个月就要递交完整的申请。

评估申请流程

1. 收集必要文件

你必须递交:

  • 法定更名文件
  • 所有学位证、毕业证或证书的原件或公证书
  • 上述所有文件的副本
  • 参与的每个教育计划的成绩单公证
  • 上述所有文件的副本
  • 教学大纲
  • 工程专业或地球科学专业报告
  • CLB或IELTS成绩单复件
  • 个人简历
  • 证件副本(例如驾驶证、永久居民卡或护照)
  • 其他相关文件副本
  • 英语翻译文件

相关大学必须递交:

官方成绩单 (由大学直接邮递给APEGM)

2. 填写申请表

学术评估申请

3. 支付评估费用

详见:费用

4. 递交

你可以通过邮件也可以亲自递交必要文件、申请表和申请费。如果你希望亲自递交申请,请联系评估员进行预约。

Assessment Officer
APEGM
870 Pembina Highway
Winnipeg, MB
R3M 2M7

接下来

APEGM将在2到3个月内把评估结果邮递给你。

以下来源: http://www.apegm.mb.ca/AssessmentInternationallyEducated.html

Academic Assessment - Internationally Educated

You may start your academic assessment regardless of your immigration status or physical location. Please note that each province in Canada conducts their own assessment. If you plan to move to Manitoba and you want to have your assessment results prior to arriving, please allow at least three months once you submit your completed application.

Assessment Application Process

1. Gather Required Documents

View the application form below for complete details and note references.

You must submit:

  • Legal change of name document (if applicable)(Note 1)
  • Original OR notarized degree, diploma, or certificate (for each degree/diploma that you hold)
  • Photocopy of each of the above
  • Notarized transcript (for each educational program)
  • One photocopy of each of the above
  • Syllabi (if available)(Note 6)
  • Engineering or Geosciences report (if available)
  • Copy of your test results for the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) test or International English Language Testing System (IELTS)(Note 7)
  • Resume
  • Photocopy of identification such as driver’s licence, Permanent Resident card, passport
  • Photocopy of any other related information you wish to provide (Note 8)
  • English Translations (Note 9)

Your university must submit:

Official transcripts (mailed directly to APEGM from the University)

2. Complete the Application Form

Academic Assessment Application: http://www.apegm.mb.ca/pdf/Registration/Assessment/AssessmentApplication.pdf

3. Pay the Assessment Fee

See Fees for details.

4. Deliver

Deliver your required documents, application form and fees by mail or in person. If you wish to submit your application in person, contact the Assessment Officer to book an appointment.

Assessment Officer
APEGM
870 Pembina Highway
Winnipeg, MB
R3M 2M7

Next Step

APEGM will mail you your assessment results within two - three months.

MIT - 飞出国

什么时候可以开始申请MIT?

1. 学术评估申请者

收到邀请信之后,你就可以申请参加MIT计划。报考ABC考试之前,你可以递交MIT计划申请表,但是只有你顺利通过考试之后,APEGM才会处理你的申请。

2. 直接申请者

报考ABC考试之前,你可以递交MIT计划申请表,但是只有你顺利通过考试之后,APEGM才会处理你的申请。

关于MIT

MIT计划允许你在APEGM专业人士的监督下工作,这样一来,你就可以证明自己具备注册工程师或地球科学家需要的专业知识和技能。

注意:一定要查看经常提问的问题

MIT计划的运作###

要求

你必须在APEGM注册专业工程师或注册专业地球科学家的监督下工作一段时间。监督者将负责你的工作,你也要在监督者的监督下获得:

  • 至少4年的工作经验
  • 48个小时志愿服务
  • 48个小时专业发展

重要提示

如果你没有机会接受专业工程师或专业地球科学家的直接监督,那么,你必须找一位指导者,他们负责在你的进展报告上签字。但是,你必须同时征询直接监督者和导师的意见。

报告流程

  • 你必须通过在线工作报告来说明自己工作的时间、做志愿服务的时间以及专业发展的时间
  • APEGM将会审查你的工作报告,并给予相应加分
  • 当你满足所有要求之后,APEGM会让你进行会员注册流程中的第五个步骤和第六个步骤

以下来源: Pre-Registration - Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba

Member-in-Training

When Do I Begin MIT?

1. Academic Assessment Applicants

Upon receipt of your Letter of Invitation, you may apply for admission to the MIT program. You may submit your Application for Admission to the MIT program prior to writing the ABC Test. However, APEGM will not process your application until you pass the test.

2. Direct Applicants

You may submit your Application for Admission to the MIT program prior to writing the ABC Test. However, APEGM will not process your application until you pass the test.

About MIT

The Member-in-Training (MIT) program allows you to work under the supervision of a Professional Member of APEGM so that you can prove you have the knowledge and skills necessary to register as an engineer or geoscientist.

Make sure that you review the Frequently Asked Questions.

How the MIT Program Works

Requirements

You must obtain employment under the supervision of a Professional Engineer or Professional Geoscientist who is registered with APEGM. Your supervisor(s) must assume responsibility for your work, and you must acquire the following while under supervision:

  • 4 years of work experience (minimum)
  • 48 hours of volunteer service
  • 48 hours of professional development

IMPORTANT

Those who do not have a direct P.Eng. or P.Geo. supervisor will be required to find a mentor who is registered to sign off on their progress reports. Comments from both the direct supervisor and the mentor will be required.

Reporting Process

  • You submit online reports to claim your time for work experience, volunteer service, and professional development
  • APEGM will review your reports and award you credit
  • Once you are close to completing the requirements, APEGM will prompt you to begin Steps 5 and 6 of the member registration process

MIT 申请

报考ABC考试之前,你可以递交MIT计划申请表,但是只有你顺利通过考试之后,APEGM才会处理你的申请。

申请流程

请按照下面的步骤完成MIT申请流程:

1. 收集必要文件

详见申请表下面的清单。

重要提示:如果你作为学术评估申请者曾向APEGM递交过部分相关文件,那么,你不必再次递交这些文件。

2. 填写申请表

实习人士申请表

3. 支付所需费用

  • 入会费
  • 年费

4. 递交

你可以通过邮件也可以亲自递交必要文件、申请表和申请费:

Registration Coordinator
APEGM
870 Pembina Highway
Winnipeg, MB, Canada
R3M 2M7

截止时间

你必须在APEGM注册协会下次会议之前至少2周递交申请。

接下来

APEGM将会处理你的申请,并会在1个月内向你发送决定信。如果你符合条件的话,APEGM会通知你:你已经成为一名实习人士,可以开始MIT计划。接下来,在正式注册之前,你必须使用 进展报告报告自己的工作经验

如果你没有获得认可,你收到的决定信会包含你没有获得认可的原因,并提供相关建议,帮助你达到MIT计划的要求。详见:申请

以下来源: Pre-Registration Application - Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba

MIT Application

You may submit your Application for Admission to the MIT program prior to writing the ABC Test. However, APEGM will not process your application until you pass the test.

Application Process

Complete these tasks to begin the MIT process:

1. Gather Required Documents

See checklist in the application form below

IMPORTANT:If you submitted any of the required documents to APEGM as an Academic Assessment Applicant, you do NOT need to resubmit them.

2. Complete the Application Form

Application for Admission as an MIT : http://www.apegm.mb.ca/pdf/Registration/ApplicationForAdmission.pdf

3. Pay the Required Fees

  • MIT admission fee
  • MIT dues (one year)

4. Deliver

Deliver your required documents, application form and fees by mail or in person:

Registration Coordinator
APEGM
870 Pembina Highway
Winnipeg, MB, Canada
R3M 2M7

Deadlines

You must submit your application at least two weeks prior to the next APEGM Registration Committee meeting to be considered at that meeting. See Events for Registration Committee meeting dates.

Next Step

APEGM will process your application and send you a decision letter within a month. If applicable, APEGM will advise you that you have been admitted as a Member-in-Training (MIT) and may begin the MIT program. You will report work experience using progress reports before proceeding to full registration.

If you are not admitted, your decision letter will provide reasons why and advice on how to become eligible for the MIT program. You may appeal the decision. See Appeals for details.

工作经验 - 飞出国

你必须获得至少4年的近期工作经验,才可以申请专业会员。你可以通过参与MIT计划获得该工作经验,进展报告是为了审查该工作经验。

近期工作经验指最近5年获得的工作经验,而之前的工作经验需要具体情况具体分析。

重要提示

如果你的工作经过认证之后质量不高或者不能体现你在工作中取得了进步,那么,你很可能需要提供多于4年的工作经验。

标准

工作经验必须包括:

  • 4年工作经验
  • 其中至少1年的工作经验来自加拿大(在海外加拿大公司获得的其他具体工作经验也可以接受)

工作经验可以包括:

  • 6个月与工程专业或地球科学专业相关的培训或技术水平工作

  • 4年过去的经验

  • 3年国外工作经验

  • 无限定期经验

  • 作为实习人士,从事相关工作获得的工作经验

  • 无限后来的经验

  • 2个月宽限期之后递交的进展报告中涉及的定期工作经验

  • APEGM会从你递交进展报告的时间起倒计8个月

  • 如果倒计8个月之后的时间恰在你的报告时间段内,那么这个时间之前的工作经验就是后来的经验

  • 你必须支付一定的滞纳费

  • 已完成学术评估流程的实习人士可以不支付滞纳费

  • 1年毕业之前的经验

  • 适用于持有有效会员身份的学生会员

  • 为每一个工作过的职位填写一份工作报告(例如,如果你三个暑假在同一个地方工作,那么,你必须填写三份工作报告,而不是一份。如果你连续工作12个月,那么,你可以递交一份较长、较详细的工作报告。

  • 该工作经验必须得到监督者(专业工程师或专业地球科学家)(和导师)的证实

  • 在担保人——一位专业人士的监督下参与合作和实习项目

  • 学生会员如果在毕业前使用该工作经验可以不用支付相关费用(否则,一旦成为实习人士再使用该工作经验就必须支付相关费用)

  • 学生会员可以只使用工程专业或地球科学专业学士学历完成一半(即已完成至少58个学时)之后的工作经验

  • 学生会员必须提供成绩单及相关附表

  • 更多内容参见毕业之前的工作经验

  • 48个月研究生(学术)经验

  • 在大学修读硕士或博士学位时获得的工作经验

  • 只包括撰写论文、从事研究工作、教授第3学年或第4学年工程设计课程或地球科学课程

  • 由于硕士项目一般不超过24个月,博士项目一般不超过48个月,所以凡是超过这些时间的工作时间都必须接受审查,很可能不能获得认可

  • 无限注册之前的经验

  • 毕业之后或取得学术资格之后,参加MIT计划之前,在曼尼托巴获得的工作经验

  • 你必须为每个月的工作经验支付一定入会之前的费用

  • 已完成学术评估流程的实习人士可以不支付入会之前的费用

以下来源:Work Experience - Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba

Work Experience

You must gain at least four years of current work experience to be eligible for Step 6: Professional Member. The Member-in-Training (MIT) program will provide you with that work experience. Progress reports are used to review that experience.

Current work experience is work completed within the past 5 years. Experience older than that can be considered on a case-by-case basis.

IMPORTANT :

You may require more than four years of work experience if your work is not deemed to be of sufficiently high quality or does not show progression.

Criteria

Your work experience must include:

  • Four years of work experience in total
  • At least one year of work experience obtained in Canada. On a case-by-case basis experience earned in a Canadian company overseas could be considered.

Your work experience may include:

  • Up to six months of related training or technologist-level work in Engineering or Geoscience
  • Up to 4 years of past experience
  • Up to three years of foreign work experience
  • Unlimited regular experience
    • Defined as experience gained once you are admitted as an MIT and are working in a related capacity
  • Unlimited late experience
    • Defined as regular work experience submitted in a progress report after the two-month grace period
    • APEGM counts back eight months from the day you submitted the progress report
    • If the date (eight months back) falls within your reporting period, the time before that date is Late Experience
    • You must pay a late fee to claim the Late Experience
    • Those MITs who have completed the Academic Assessment Process will not be subject to late fees
  • Up to one year of pre-graduation experience
    • Can be claimed by Student Members whose membership is valid at the time the work experience is gained
    • Complete a report for every continuous position held. For example, if you have worked at the same place for three summers, three reports are expected and they should not be the same. If you have worked for 12 months continuously without a break, it would be acceptable to submit one much longer and more detailed report.
    • Experience must be validated by a P.Eng. or P.Geo. supervisor and, if applicable, a mentor
    • Includes co-op and internship programs supervised by a professional member who is prepared to vouch for that experience
    • Student Members may claim the experience prior to graduation to avoid a fee (Otherwise you must pay the fee associated with claiming your work experience once admitted as an MIT)
    • Student Members may claim only work experience obtained after the mid-point of your degree after a minimum of 58 credit hours earned toward your Engineering or Geoscience undergraduate degree
    • Student Members must provide transcripts for validation and the accompanying form.
    • See pre-graduation work experience for details.
  • Up to 48 months of post-graduate (academic) experience
    • Defined as experience earned while obtaining a Master’s or PhD at a university
    • Includes only time spent doing a thesis, research work, or teaching 3rd or 4th year Engineering design courses or Geoscience courses
    • Since a Master’s program is typically 24 months in length or less (of which no more than 18 months is creditable) and a PhD is typically 48 months or less, time claimed beyond these ‘soft’ limits will be questioned and credit may be refused
  • Unlimited pre-enrolment experience
  • Defined as experience gained in Manitoba between graduation or academic qualification and admission to the Member-in-Training program
  • You must pay the pre-admission fee for each month you wish to count
  • Those MITs who have completed the Academic Assessment process will not be subject to pre-enrolment fees

进展报告 - 飞出国

进展报告中记录的个人工作经验将接受经验审查委员会的审查,并计入注册之前项目要求。

**注意:**一定要查看FAQ —— 经常提问的问题!

流程

每次获得6个月工作经验之后,你都要递交进展报告:

APEGM经验审查委员会将:

  • 评估你的进度
  • 计算你的工作经验小时数
  • 根据你的在线简介提供相关反馈,其中包括为你提供有助于你的个人职业发展的建议

如果有任何未付滞纳费或注册之前的费用,APEGM会通过在线反馈通知你。

经验类型

过去的经验

如果你的工作经验是过去的经验(后来的经验或注册之前的经验),那么,你不必递交每6个月的工作经验进度报告,你必须为每个工作写一份详细的报告。例如,你有36个月过去的经验,但是做了两份工作(一份24个月,一份12个月),那么,你必须为每份工作都写份详细的报告。

定期经验

如果你是实习人士,那么,每次获得6个月工作经验之后,你都要递交进展报告。向APEGM递交进度报告的日期截止之后,你有2个月的宽限期。如果在2个月宽限期内,你递交了工作报告,那么所有相关工作经验都是定期经验。

学生不用递交定期经验,只递交毕业之前的经验。

后来的经验

如果2个月宽限期之后你才递交进度报告,那么,APEGM会倒计8个月。如果倒计8个月之后的时间恰在你的报告时间段内,那么这个时间之前的工作经验就是后来的经验。你必须支付一定的滞纳费。

  • 在线递交进度报告
  • 按照在线反馈中的提示支付滞纳费

毕业之前的经验

如果你的工作经验是毕业之前的经验,你必须提供每个阶段的工作报告。即使你在同一工作地点在同一监督者的监督下工作了两个阶段,你也必须提供每个阶段的工作报告。

注册之前的经验

如果你的工作经验是注册之前的经验,即在加入协会之前获得的工作经验,那么,这份工作经验类似于上述过去的经验。你必须为每个月注册之前的工作经验支付一定费用,关于具体你需要支付多少月注册之前的工作经验,你还会收到相关通知。

  • 在线递交进度报告
  • 按照在线反馈中的提示支付注册之前的费用

范例报告

详见: 范例报告

选择纸质报告

进度报告通常应该在线填写,但是,在条件不允许的情况下,纸质进度报告也是可以接受的。纸质报告流程如下所示:

  1. 下载并填写 纸质报告表(PDF) (DOC)
  2. 把报告交给监督者(和导师),征询他们的意见
  3. 请求监督者把完整的报告递交给APEGM,发送电子邮件到 实习人士协调员
  4. 报告必须全部都是纸质版或在线版

注意:****经验审查委员会的反馈只会出现在网上,即使你递交的是纸质报告也是如此!

报告指南

你必须按照相应报告指南完整填写自己的报告:

合格工程工作经验 (PDF)

合格地球科学工作经验 (PDF)

以下来源:Progress Reports - Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba

Progress Reports

Progress Reports document your work experience to be reviewed by the Experience Review Committee and be credited towards your pre-registration program requirements.

You must review the Frequently Asked Questions.

Process

Submit a progress report after every six months of work experience:

  • Login at apegm.mb.ca

The APEGM Experience Review Committee will:

  • Assess your progress
  • Credit your work experience hours
  • Provide feedback via your online profile, including recommendations to help you progress in your career

If late fees or pre-enrolment fees are owing, APEGM will notify you via the online feedback.

Experience Types

Past Experience

If you are claiming past experience (e.g. late experience or pre-enrolment experience), do not restrict your reporting period to six months. Instead, write one detailed report per job. For example, if you are claiming for 36 months of past experience and you worked in two different jobs-one for 24 months and one for 12 months-write a detailed report for each.

Regular Experience

If you are an MIT, submit a progress report after every six months of work experience. You have two months grace after the end date of each report to submit the report to APEGM. If you submit it within those two months all your experience will be counted as Regular experience.

Students do not submit ‘Regular’ experience, only ‘Pre-Grad’ experience.

Late Experience

If you submit a progress report after your two months grace period, APEGM will count back eight months. If the date (eight months back) falls within your reporting period, the time before that date is Late Experience. You must pay a late fee to claim the Late Experience.

  • Submit your progress report online
  • Submit late fees only when instructed via the online feedback

Pre-Graduation Experience

If you are claiming pre-graduation experience, provide one report per term of employment. This applies even if you worked for two separate work terms at the same place of employment and with the same supervisor.

  • Submit your progress report online

Pre-Enrolment Experience

If you are claiming pre-enrolment experience, earned prior to joining the Association, treat this similar to ‘past experience’ described above. There is a fee to claim each month of pre-admission work experience. You will receive credit for the number of months you pay.

  • Submit your progress report online
  • Submit pre-enrolment fees only when instructed via the online feedback

Sample Reports

See the list of sample reports for ideas on what to include in your reports.

Paper Reporting Option

Normally progress reports should be completed online. In certain cases, where it is difficult or impossible for an MIT or Supervisor to submit online, the paper progress report form is acceptable. The paper reporting process is as follows:

  1. Download and complete the Paper Report Form (PDF) (DOC)
  1. Send the report to your supervisor, and mentor if required, for their comments
  2. Request that the supervisor submit the completed report to APEGM by e-mail to Member-In-Training Coordinator
  3. Reports need to be all on paper or all online, no mix.

Note that the Experience Review Committee feedback will only appear online, even for paper reports.

Reporting Guidelines

You must use one of the following documents as the guideline for completing your reports:

Acceptable Engineering Work Experience (PDF)
Acceptable Geoscience Work Experience (PDF)

合格工程工作经验 - 飞出国

理事会规定合格工程工作经验必须:

  • 包括《工程专业与地球科学专业法案》规定的专业工程实践
  • 包括理论应用
  • 涉及实践经验、管理、沟通、专业知识与道德责任以及工程的社会影响
  • 在专业工程师的指导和直接监督下获得,该专业工程师全权负责该工作的技术质量
  • 至少48个月的工作经验
  • 至少12个月在加拿大或在加拿大环境下获得

48个月的工作经验可以包括6个月与工程相关的工作,例如培训、技术水平工作等等);在特殊情况下,还可以包括12个月符合条件的毕业之前的工作经验。

如果你打算使用毕业之前的工作经验或在其他省或国家获得的工作经验,你必须为工作过的每个职位填写一份进展报告表。该经验还必须得到监督者(和导师)的证明。在这样的情况下,工作时间段可能不局限于6个月。

对于所有的申请者,保证工程工作经验性质和质量是最基本的要求。获得所需工作经验的时间很可能不止4年。

申请者的工作经验至少应该包括理论应用(申请者将必须列出相关学术背景下的所有学科领域)、实践经验、工程管理、沟通技巧、专业知识与道德责任以及工程的社会影响。工作经验中缺少其中任何一项都很可能导致申请者不符合注册要求。

这5个方面的经验可能通过在职培训、志愿工作、课程、参与技术协会的活动等等获得。申请者必须在技术能力、责任、判断能力以及沟通能力方面获得提高。你必须提供证明文件证明专业与个人发展和提高。

理论应用

合格的工程工作经验必须包括理论的巧妙应用。因为理论应用是工程工作经验的核心,所以是必须具备的。

理论应用应该包括积极、负责地参与:

(1) 分析:包括范围与操作条件、可行性评估、安全与环境问题、技术评估以及经济评估。

(2) 设计与合成:包括功能或产品规格、组件选择、组件和子系统融入较大的系统、可靠性与维持因素、符合规范与标准、人类与环境方面以及社会影响。

(3) 测试:包括方法技术、功能规格验证以及新产品或技术的运行与评估。

(4) 实施:包括技术应用、工程成本研究、优化技术、加工流程与加工时间、质量保证实施、成本/效益分析、安全考虑、环境评估以及维护与替换评估。

实践经验

实践经验应该为申请者提供机会,实施工程设计,并体会真实系统的实际操作局限性。实践经验应该包括:

(1) 参观现有工程工作;组装、安装、测试、调试、组装、操作和维护设备和系统。

(2) 运用较大系统的部分设备,包括性能可靠、计算机软件功能、以及工程工作与设备的关系这些优点。

(3) 有机会了解实践工程和相关人类系统的局限性,包括生产方法、制造公差、性能最小值以及维护哲学的局限性。

(4) 有机会了解工程过程中时间的重要性,包括工作流程、安排、设备损耗以及替代安排这些困难。

工程管理

尽管大多数实习工程师参与工程管理项目的机会非常有限,但是,合格的工作经验还是有这方面的要求。

工程管理工作包括社会层面的职员监督、项目管理以及技术管理。具有代表性的工程管理包括:

(1) 计划:要求识别、概念发展、必要资源评估以及项目执行的社会影响。

(2) 安排:建立联系和约束条件、为活动或任务制定计划、配置资源、评估延迟影响及其他更广层面,例如与其他项目和市场的联系。

(3) 预算:制定概念预算以及可以体现劳动资源、材料以及日常开支的实际预算、对潜在增加成本的风险评估以及根据变化不断审视预算因素。

(4) 监督:包括领导与专业行为、人力资源分配、团队建设以及技术管理。

(5) 项目控制:必须了解整个体系的各个元素、项目工作各个阶段之间的协调、成本与计划监督以及应该采取的措施。

(6) 风险评估:有关操作设备与系统性能、产品性能以及社会与环境影响。

沟通技巧 - 飞出国###

沟通技巧是工作经验要求的一个重要方面。你必须具备可以和上司、同事、政府管制机构、客户以及公众进行有效沟通的技巧,证明自己在工程工作中的书面和口头表达能力在不断提高,涉及到通信、工作记录和重要报告。此外,你还必须证明自己阅读技术图纸和通过草图或图纸表达观点的能力也在不断提高。

专业责任与道德责任

申请者在注册专业工程师的监督下,应该在工作场所从事专业工作,应该证明自己具备正直的品格、能承担相应责任并承诺终身学习,应该重视工程师:

  • 对于公众的责任
  • 对于职业的责任
  • 对于客户和/或雇主的责任
  • 对于雇员的责任
  • 执行工作任务时,应该全面考虑环境因素和可持续发展方针与政策

工程专业的社会影响

工程专业的社会影响在工程实践方面变得越来越重要。工作环境应该为申请者提供足够的机会,充分了解相关工程项目的潜在正面/负面影响,包括:

(1) 认识到工程工作能给公众带来的价值或利益

(2) 认识到保护公众、缓解负面影响的保障措施

(3) 详细了解工程活动和公众的关系

(4) 认识到并参与工程专业的广泛社会影响

(5) 认识到管制机构在工程实践方面发挥的重要作用

该要求的最终目的是希望申请者可以通过提供的相关工作经验,培养工程专业责任意识,即保护生命、动物、财产和环境免受任何威胁或危险,唤起相关机构对于这些危险性或威胁性条件的意识。

工程工作经验质量

至少4年工程工作经验的要求是考虑到工程专业毕业生至少需要4年的时间才可以达到专业人员合格水平。由于工程工作经验性质的原因,申请者很可能需要不止4年。

质量评估主要包括:增加工作复杂性;增加责任;就业中断或改变任务对于申请者的记忆力和能力的影响;不具备工程性质的工作职责;从事的工程工作是否与毕业学科相关;专业工程师的指导和监督的程度。

注意:所有工程工作经验都必须涵盖上述所有经验,只提供一段时间的工程工作经验是远远不够的。

以下来源: http://www.apegm.mb.ca/pdf/Registration/ProgressReports/05engexp.pdf

Acceptable Engineering Work Experience

Council has defined acceptable engineering work experience as:

  • comprising the practice of professional engineering as defined in the Engineering
    and Geoscientific Professions Act;
  • including the application of theory;
  • providing exposure to or experience under the general headings of practical
    experience, management, communication, professionalism and ethical
    responsibilities, and the social implications of engineering;
  • being obtained under the guidance and direct supervision of a professional
    engineer who assumes all responsibility for the technical quality of the work

At least 48 months’ experience is required.

At least twelve months of the required work experience must have been obtained
in Canada or in a Canadian environment.

Up to six months’ engineering-related work (e.g. training, technologist-level work, etc.) may be included in the 48 months. In exceptional circumstances, up to 12 months’pre-graduation work experience may also be included in the 48 months, if it satisfies the criteria.

To claim for pre-grad experience or experience gained in another province or country, you must complete a progress report form for every position held. This experience must be validated by your supervisor (and mentor, if applicable). In these instances, the time period may be greater or less than six months.

For all applicants, the nature and quality of the engineering work experience are the primary requirements. The time required to obtain the necessary experience may exceed the four-year minimum.

At an absolute minimum, the applicant’s work experience must include the application of theory (and the applicant will be asked to list the subject areas of his or her academic background in which the experience was obtained), as well as some exposure to the areas of practical experience, engineering management,communication skills, professionalism and ethical responsibilities, and the social implications of engineering. A complete lack of exposure to any one of these areas may render the applicant unsuitable for registration.

Exposure to these five areas may be obtained by on-the-job training, volunteer work,courses, participation in the activities of technical societies, etc. The applicant must show progression in technical capability, responsibility, maturity of judgment and communication proficiency. Evidence of both professional and personal development and improvement will be sought.

Application of Theory

Acceptable engineering work experience must include the skillful application of theory.
The application of theory is the backbone of engineering work experience, and it is
mandatory .

The application of theory should include active and responsible participation in several
of the following:

(1) Analysis; including scope and operating conditions, feasibility assessments, safety and environmental issues, technology assessment, and economic assessment.

(2) Design and synthesis; including functionality or product specification,component selection, integration of components and sub-systems into larger systems, reliability and maintenance factors, compliance with codes and standards, human and environmental aspects, and societal implications.

(3) Testing; including methodology and techniques, functional specification verification, and new product or technology commissioning and assessment.

(4) Implementation; including technology application, engineering cost studies,optimization techniques, process flow and time studies, quality assurance implementation, cost/benefit analyses, safety considerations, environmental assessments, and maintenance and replacement evaluations.

Practical Experience

Practical experience should provide the applicant with opportunities to implement engineering designs and experience the practical limitations of real systems. Practical experience should include:

(1) Visits to existing engineering works; to experience the assembly, installation,testing, commissioning, assembly, operation and maintenance of equipment and systems

(2) Application of equipment as part of the larger system; including the merits of reliability, the role of computer software, and the relationship of the engineering work to the equipment.

(3) Opportunities to observe the limitations of practical engineering and related human systems; including, for example, limitations of production methods,manufacturing tolerances, performance minima, and maintenance philosophies.

(4) Opportunities to experience the significance of time in the engineering process; including difficulties of work-flow, scheduling, equipment wear-out and replacement scheduling

Engineering Management

While it is recognized that most engineers-in-training will have limited opportunity to
become involved in the management of engineering projects, the assumption of
increased responsibility is an important aspect of qualifying experience, as is the
general exposure to the engineering business environment.

Management of engineering works includes the supervision of staff, project management, and the management of technology from a societal perspective.Representative management components include:

(1) Planning; from identification of requirements, concept development and assessment of resources required, through to social ramifications of project implementation.

(2) Scheduling; from establishing interactions and constraints, developing activity or task schedules, and allocation of resources, through to the assessment of delay impacts and beyond to broader aspects such as interactions with other projects and the market-place.

(3) Budgeting; from the development of both a conceptual budget and its detailed counterpart identifying labour, materials and overhead, through to risk assessment of cost escalation potential and an ongoing review of budgetary considerations in light of change.

(4) Supervision; which includes leadership and professional conduct, organization of manpower, team building, and management of technology.

(5) Project control; which requires understanding the elements of a greater whole,coordination of phases of the project work, and monitoring of expenditures and schedules and taking appropriate action.

(6) Risk assessment; related to operating equipment and system performance, product performance, and social and environmental impacts.

Communication Skills

The development of communication skills is an important experience requirement.
Effective communication with superiors, co-workers, government regulators, clients,
and the general public is essential. The candidate should demonstrate increasing
proficiency in the written and oral presentation of engineering work, including
correspondence and record-keeping and through to major reports. The candidate
should also demonstrate increasing proficiency in the ability to read technical drawings
and to present ideas in the form of sketches or drawings.

Professional and Ethical Responsibilities

By working under the supervision of a registered professional engineer, the applicant should be exposed to professional conduct in the workplace, should demonstrate integrity, the ability to assume responsibility and a commitment to life-long learning,and should gain an appreciation of such ethical considerations as:

  • (1) The responsibility of the engineer to the public.
  • (2) The responsibility of the engineer to the profession.
  • (3) The responsibility of the engineer to the client and/or employer.
  • (4) The responsibility of the engineer to the employee.
  • (5) The responsibility of the engineer to perform work tasks with full regard for the environment and the policy and guidelines for Sustainable Development.

Social Implications of Engineering

The social implications of engineering are becoming an increasingly important aspect
of the practice of engineering. The work environment should provide opportunities for
the applicants to heighten their awareness of the potential consequences, both positive
and negative, of their engineering projects, including:

(1) Recognition of the value or benefits of the engineering works to the public.

(2) Recognition of safeguards in place to protect the public and mitigate adverse impacts.

(3) Understanding of the relationship between the engineering activity and the publicat-large.

(4) Recognition of, and involvement with, the broader social implications of engineering.

(5) Recognition of the significant role of regulatory agencies on the practice of engineering.

The overriding objective is to provide experiences which will foster an awareness of the
engineer’s professional responsibility to guard against conditions dangerous or
threatening to life, limb, property, or the environment, and to call any such conditions to
the attention of the authority having jurisdiction over the matter and/or the person
having professional responsibility.

Quality of Engineering Work Experience

The minimum requirement of four years of engineering work experience is based on the presumption that it takes at least four years for an engineering graduate to reach a level of competency to be considered fully qualified to accept professional responsibility. Applicants may require more than the minimum four years because of the nature of their engineering work experience.

Some quality aspects to be assessed include increasing work complexity; increasing responsibility; the effect of employment interruptions or changing assignments on the applicant’s retention of, and ability to build upon, the experience gained; employment responsibilities that are not of an engineering nature; whether the engineering work performed was in the discipline of graduation; and the degree of supervision by, and guidance of, professional engineers.

All of these factors are taken into account. The simple passage of time is not sufficient.

ABC考试

ABC考试是在线开卷考试,你必须独立完成考试。

试题

考试试题来源比较广泛,每个人的试题都不一样。考试中包括给出正误的判断题,涉及《工程专业与地球科学专业法案》、APEGM规章以及APEGM道德规范

没有时间限制

ABC考试没有时间限制。你只有通过考试时,你的考试文件才会到达注册委员会。你可以保留个人反映,随时进行回复。

考试分数

你的考试分数不低于90%时,你才可以通过该考试。考试结束后,你会立即知道考试结果,APEGM也会自动收到你的分数报告。

重考

你可以多次参加该考试,直到通过为止。如果你连续3次没有通过该考试,那么,你很可能需要参加一次面试,讨论APEGM的目的和职能。之后,你必须参加一次需要长时间作答的考试,该考试不收取任何费用。

ABC考试报考流程

1. 仅新应试者

你必须向APEGM注册协调员发送一封包含下列内容的电子邮件:

  • 请求报考ABC考试
  • 姓名
  • 电子邮箱
  • 邮寄地址
  • 注册协调员会通过电子邮件把会员身份编号发给你

2. 重考者

你必须使用会员身份编号登陆APEGM官网报考ABC考试。

3. 重考者

报考该考试,直到考试分数达到90%。如果你连续3次没有通过该考试,那么,你很可能需要参加一次面试,讨论APEGM的目的和职能。之后,你必须参加一次需要长时间作答的考试。

一旦你通过该考试,APEGM会自动处理你的MIT申请。如果你还没有递交申请,那么,你应该在开始从事工程工作开始时(或之前)就递交申请。

以下来源:ABC Test - Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba

ABC Test ( Act, Bylaws, Code of Ethics Test)

The ABC Test is an open book, online test. Complete the test on your own and do not share it with others.

Test Questions

Test questions are generated from a large bank of possible questions, and are unique for each person. The test consists of True or False questions about:

  • The Engineering and Geoscientific Professions Act
  • APEGM By-Laws
  • APEGM Code of Ethics

No Time Limits

The test has no time limit. Take as long as you need to complete it, however, your file will not go to the Registration Committee until it is passed. You may save your responses and return at any time.

Test Scores

You need a score of 90% or higher to pass the test. You will receive your score immediately upon completing the test. APEGM will automatically receive your score as well.

Test Rewrites

You may rewrite the test to reach a passing score. If you fail the ABC Test three times, we may ask you to attend an interview, during which you will discuss the purpose and function of APEGM. You will be given a long-answer test to complete following the interview. There is no fee for the long-answer test.

ABC Test Writing Process

1. New members only

E-mail the following to the APEGM Registration Coordinator:

  • A request to write the ABC Test
  • Your Full name
  • E-mail address
  • Mailing address
  • The Registration Coordinator will e-mail you a Member ID number.

Login Instructions for directions on creating a password and logging in

2. New and existing members

Use your Member ID number to log in and write the ABC Test at apegm.mb.ca. You may have to contact the office to activate the test in your profile.

3. New and existing members

Write the test to reach a passing score (90% or higher). If you fail the ABC Test three times, we may ask you to attend an interview to discuss the purpose and function of APEGM. Following the interview, you must complete a long-answer version of the ABC Test.

Once you pass the test, APEGM will automatically process your Application for Admission to MIT. If you haven’t already submitted your application, you should do so as soon as you start your engineering employment if not before.

国家专业实践考试

你必须通过专业实践考试,才可以注册APEGM专业会员,除非:

  • 你在加拿大其他协会通过了专业实践考试

或者

  • 在参加专业实践考试之前通过了加拿大其他协会的注册,且目前在加拿大其他地方注册

或者

  • 在加拿大有超过10年的注册实践,且目前正在向APEGM申请恢复身份

**注意:**如果你符合上述情况之一,请联系APEGM。

关于考试

专业实践考试是:

  • 一个国家性考试
  • 考试内容:专业知识、道德与法律
  • 考试时间:2个小时;考试内容:100道多项选择题
  • 自2015年10月起,国家专业实践考试只有网考

考试范围和考试大纲

自2013年5月起,实行新的考试范围和考试大纲。

A. 专业知识 (10%)

  • A.1 专业和专业地位的定义与解读
  • A.2 专业人士的社会职责
  • A.3 加拿大工程专业与地球科学专业;实践的定义与范围
  • A.4 工程专业与地球科学专业的社会价值
  • A.5 专业人士的管理职责

B. 道德 (20%)

  • B.1 道德在社会、文化与习俗中扮演的角色
  • B.2 古典/现代道德理论与原则
  • B.3 加拿大专业工程师与专业地球科学家道德规范
  • B.4 道德标准与规范及其与专业人士行为的关系
  • B.5 常见道德问题与困惑

C. 专业实践 (27%)

  • C.1 专业工作责任、工作场所问题、职责以及实践标准
  • C.2 与其他专业人士和非专业人士的关系;商务活动
  • C.3 实践的法定/非法定标准与规范
  • C.4 保险、风险管理与质量管理;尽职调查
  • C.5 环境责任与可持续发展
  • C.6 软件、计算机与基于互联网的工具的使用;与软件错误有关的责任
  • C.7 文件验证与控制
  • C.8 通知;揭发

D. 沟通 (1%)

  • D.1 有关沟通的法律、道德与实践方面
  • D.2 专业关系
  • D.3 沟通技巧

E. 专业实践相关法律 (23%)

  • E.1 加拿大法律体系
  • E.2 《合同法》的组成、原则及应用
  • E.3 《侵权法》的组成、原则及应用
  • E.4 魁北克《民法》和加拿大其他地区的《普通法》
  • E.5 《商业法》、《就业法》和《劳动法》
  • E.6 Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
  • E.7 《知识产权》,包括专利、商标、商业秘密、软件问题及版权
  • E.8 《专家证人》
  • E.9 《建筑留置权》
  • E.10 《国际法》
  • E.11 《环境法》
  • E.12 《工伤赔偿与职业健康&安全》
  • E.13 《人权与隐私权》

F. 专业法律 (8%)

  • F.1 The Acts Regulations and Bylaws Provincial and Territorial Acts
  • F.2 《道德规范》; 《利益冲突》
  • F.3 《专业许可》
  • F.4 《非法行为》; 《有关非执照实践与滥用职称的管理办法》
  • F.5 《专业社会与技术社会》

G. 管理&实施流程 (11%)

  • G.1 管理与实施流程
  • G.2 职业审查; 个人审查
  • G.3 Response to Complaints Andrews
  • G.4 授权和审查公司
  • G.5 应对不道德或不称职的实践; 不道德实践的结果
  • G.6 加拿大和国际流动计划
  • G.7 继续专业发展
  • G.8 使用印章

如果你2013年5月之前没有通过国家专业实践考试,那么,之后的考试将实行新考试范围和考试大纲。

国家专业实践考试

  • 考试内容:100道多项选择题(按上述比例分布)
  • 考试形式:闭卷考试
  • 考试时间:2个小时

所有打算进行工程专业或地球科学专业实践的申请者都必须报考并通过国家专业实践考试。

考试及格分数必须达到65%。考试结果只有合格不合格。不合格的结果将体现应试者在每一部分的具体表现。答错没有任何惩罚。考试结果不可更改。

由于每次考试具体情况都不相同,所以合格分数也会有一定的差异,但是每次考试的不合格分数的标准是一样的。

申请参加考试

申请参加考试时,必须使用申请表,因为其中包含费用、截止日期、考试日期等等。递交考试申请表时,一定要同时递交相应的申请费用。必须在递交时间截止之前递交申请表。

报名时间截止大约2周之后,你会收到一封通知信,里面包含考试时间和考试地点。你还会收到准考证,你必须在考试当天携带准考证和由政府签发的带有照片的证件,例如驾照。

考试结束之后4到6周,你会收到关于考试结果的邮件。对于大多数应试者,注册的最后一步很可能是考试通过,但是,其他人很可能在注册之前还必须满足其他要求。如果你未能通过国家专业实践考试,那么,你将来必须还要报考。再次报考时,你必须重新递交报名申请,并支付一定的考试费。如果你连续3次没有通过该考试,那么,你只能隔12月之后才可以再次报考。

合格标准/豁免资格

你必须拥有有效会员身份,才会符合专业实践考试报考条件。如果你在其他管辖地区通过了一个类似考试或者参加考试之前通过了加拿大其他协会的注册,那么,你将拥有该考试的豁免资格,但是,你必须阅读《道德行为与规范》,然后进行书面确认,并同意进行专业实践时遵守相关规定。

学习资料 - 参考书目

下面是一些学习资料,你可以通过NPPE书目订购单从卡尔加里和埃德蒙顿APEGA办公处购买。

Basic Kit – for Examination Candidates

所有申请者(特例除外)都将根据下面的主要书目进行测试:

主要书目

  1. Canadian Professional Engineering and Geoscience: Practice and Ethics - Fourth Edition by
    Gordon C. Andrews (2009 Copyright) (* Beginning January 2010, prior editions should not be
    used as the Practice & Ethics study book)
  2. Practical Law of Architecture, Engineering and Geoscience – Second Edition by Samuels &
    Sanders (2011 Copyright)
  3. Industry Canada Booklets:
    • A Guide to Patents
    • A Guide to Trade-Marks
    • A Guide to Industrial Design
    • A Guide to Copyrights
  4. The Act, Bylaws and Code of Ethics for APEGM – Act, By-laws, Code of Ethics - Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba

http://www.apegm.mb.ca/PPEStudyMaterials.html

PPE学习资料

专业实践考试学习资料包括2本教材和4个相关文件。

教材

Canadian Professional Engineering and Geoscience: Practice and Ethics G. C. Andrews, 5th Canadian edition (2013) Publisher: Nelson Education

Practical Law of Architecture, Engineering, and Geoscience B.M. Samuels & D.R. Sanders, 2nd Canadian edition (2011) Publisher: Pearson Education Canada

获取教材的途经

文件

  • A Guide to Patents
  • A Guide to Trademarks
  • A Guide to Copyrights
  • A Guide to Industrial Designs

获取文件的途经

在线模拟考试

作为官方在线考试提供者,Yardstick负责提供在线模拟考试。必须支付一定费用之后,才可以使用在线模拟考试。APEGA负责安排在线模拟考试。

准备研讨会

Focussed Consulting负责提供PPE准备研讨会,详见官方网站: APEGM-NPPE准备研讨会,其中包含日期、费用和注册表。

IMPORTANT: 请确保选择温尼伯组织的研讨会,因为其他地方组织的研讨会很可能涉及的不是一个考试。

考试日期

曼尼托巴一年举行两次专业实践考试,分别在每年的4月和10月。有关报名时间和截止日期,见:申请表或 活动日历

申请表

2015年秋天开始,申请表将由纸质版向电子版转变,这就意味着你只能在线申请报考专业实践考试。

以下参考: Registration - Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba

专业会员

专业会员申请流程不同于其他申请流程。

MIT参与者

如果目前你正在参与或已经完成MIT计划,包括已是认可的实习人士的学术评估申请者(具有国际教育背景,加拿大地球科学学历背景),见这里 > 实习人士推荐信。

恢复身份

如果你正在申请恢复身份,见这里 > 恢复身份。

在其他地方注册

如果目前你没有参与MIT计划,也没有申请恢复身份,见这里 > 流动计划。

以下参考: National Exam - Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba

PPE - National Professional Practice Exam

You must pass the Professional Practice Exam (PPE) to be eligible to register as a Professional Member of APEGM (Step 6) unless:

  • You passed the PPE through another Canadian association
  • OR
  • You registered with another Canadian association prior to the implementation of the PPE and are currently registered elsewhere in Canada
  • OR
  • You have over 10 years of registered practise in Canada and are currently reinstating with APEGM
  • Please inform APEGM if one of the bulleted scenarios applies to you.

About the Exam

The PPE is:

  • A national exam
  • Based on professionalism, law and ethics
  • A two-hour, 100 question multiple-choice exam
  • *** NEW *** Starting in October 2015 the National PPE will only be offered online

http://www.apegm.mb.ca/pdf/Registration/MIT/PPEScopeAndSyllabus.pdf

PPE Scope and Syllabus

NEW SCOPE AND SYLLABUS OF THE NPP EXAMINATION BEGINNING IN “MAY, 2013”

A. PROFESSIONALISM (10%)

  • A.1 Definition and Interpretation of Professionalism and Professional Status
  • A.2 The Roles and Responsibilities of Professionals in Society.
  • A.3 Engineering and Geoscience Professions in Canada; Definitions and Scopes of Practice.
  • A.4 The Value of Engineering and Geoscience Professions to Society.
  • A.5 The Roles and Responsibilities of Professionals to Management.

B. ETHICS (20%)

  • B.1 The Role of Ethics in Society; Cultures and Customs
  • B.2 Classical and Modern Ethical Theories and Principles
  • B.3 Codes of Ethics of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists in Canada
  • B.4 Ethical Standards and Codes and Their Relationship to the Conduct of a Professional
  • B.5 Common Ethical Issues and Dilemmas; Making Ethical Decisions

C. PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE (27%)

  • C.1 Professional Accountability for Work, Workplace issues,Job Responsibilities and Standards of Practice
  • C.2 Relations with Other Professionals and Non-professionals; Business Practices
  • C.3 Statutory and Non-Statutory Standards and Codes of Practice
  • C.4 Insurance, Risk Management and Quality Management; Due Diligence
  • C.5 Environmental Responsibilities and Sustainable Development
  • C.6 Use of Software, Computers and Internet-based Tools; Liability for Software errors
  • C.7 Documentation Authentication and Control
  • C.8 Duty to Inform; Whistleblowing

D. COMMUNICATION (1%)

  • D.1 Legal, Ethical and Practical Aspects of Communication
  • D.2 The Professional Relationship
  • D.3 Communication Skills

E. LAW FOR PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE (23%)

  • E.1 The Canadian Legal System
  • E.2 Contract Law - Elements, Principles, and Applications
  • E.3 Tort Law - Elements, Principles and Applications
  • E.4 Civil Code in Québec and Common Law in the Rest of Canada
  • E.5 Business, Employment, and Labour Law
  • E.6 Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
  • E.7 Intellectual Property – Patents, Trademarks, Trade Secrets, Software Issues, Copyright
  • E.8 Expert Witness
  • E.9 Construction Liens
  • E.10 International Law
  • E.11 Environmental Law
  • E.12 Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Health & Safety
  • E.13 Human Rights and Privacy Legislation

F. PROFESSIONAL LAW (8%)

  • F.1 The Acts Regulations and Bylaws Provincial and Territorial Acts
  • F.2 Codes of Ethics; Conflict of Interest
  • F.3 Admission to the Professions
  • F.4 Illegal Practice; Enforcement Against Unlicensed Practice and Misuse of Title
  • F.5 Professional and Technical Societies

G. REGULATION & DISCIPLINE PROCESSES (11%)

  • G.1 Discipline and Enforcement Procedures
  • G.2 Professional Inspection; Practice Reviews of Individuals
  • G.3 Response to Complaints Andrews
  • G.4 Licensing Corporations and Practice Reviews of Firms
  • G.5 Response to Unethical or Incompetent Practice; Consequences of Unethical Practice
  • G.6 Canadian and International Mobility
  • G.7 Continuing Professional Development
  • G.8 Use of Seals and Stamps

Candidates who have failed the NPP Examination prior to May, 2013 and register to write the NPP Examination after May, 2013, will be examined on the basis of the NEW Scope and Syllabus documented above.

The NPP Examination consists of 100 multiple-choice questions. It is closed-book and is two 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.

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.

*Pass marks may be slightly adjusted for individual sessions based on valid psychometric factors designed to ensure that over time, and among groups of candidates, pass-fail decisions are made on a consistent basis.

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.

*Pass marks may be slightly adjusted for individual sessions based on valid psychometric factors designed to ensure that over time, and among groups of candidates, pass-fail decisions are made on a consistent basis.

APPLYING TO WRITE THE EXAMINATION

The form, Application to Write the National Professional Practice Examination, must be used when applying. It provides more information on fees, deadline dates, examination session dates, etc., and must be accompanied with the appropriate fees or credit card details to apply fees to. It must also be received on or before the deadline date to apply indicated on the Application.

Approximately two weeks after the deadline, you will receive a letter advising you of the time of writing and the Examination site location. You will also receive an Admission Ticket, which must be brought to the Examination site with one piece of government-issued photo identification, such as a Driver’s License.

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. Failing the National Professional Practice Examination means that you will be required to re-take it at some time in the future. You will need to submit another Application to Write, along with another Examination fee. In the event that you fail the Examination more than once, the number of re-takes may be limited to three times and your right to write the Examination may be suspended for up to 12 months.

ELIGIBILITY/EXCEPTIONS

To be eligible to write the NPP Examination, you must have an active membership number with your 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 NPP Examination, 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.

STUDY MATERIAL - LITERATURE

The following is a list of study materials required for examination candidates. They can be obtained
from the APEGA offices in both Calgary and Edmonton by using the National Professional Practice
Examination Literature Order Form. Candidates from APEGM should check the APEGM website.

Basic Kit – for Examination Candidates

All applicants, with the exceptions noted, will be tested on the following primary literature:

Primary Literature

  1. Canadian Professional Engineering and Geoscience: Practice and Ethics - Fourth Edition by
    Gordon C. Andrews (2009 Copyright) (* Beginning January 2010, prior editions should not be
    used as the Practice & Ethics study book)
  2. Practical Law of Architecture, Engineering and Geoscience – Second Edition by Samuels &
    Sanders (2011 Copyright)
  1. Industry Canada Booklets:
    • A Guide to Patents
    • A Guide to Trade-Marks
    • A Guide to Industrial Design
    • A Guide to Copyrights
  2. The Act, Bylaws and Code of Ethics for APEGM – Act, By-laws, Code of Ethics - Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba

PPE Study Materials - Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba

PPE Study Materials

The Professional Practice Exam (PPE) requires these study materials:

  • Two textbooks
  • Four documents

Textbooks

Canadian Professional Engineering and Geoscience: Practice and Ethics G. C. Andrews, 5th Canadian edition (2013) Publisher: Nelson Education

Practical Law of Architecture, Engineering, and Geoscience B.M. Samuels & D.R. Sanders, 2nd Canadian edition (2011) Publisher: Pearson Education Canada

Ways to Obtain Textbooks

  • Contact the publishers: pearsoncanada.ca, nelson.com

Documents

  • A Guide to Patents
  • A Guide to Trademarks
  • A Guide to Copyrights
  • A Guide to Industrial Designs

Ways to Obtain Documents

  • Call CIPO at 1-866-997-1936

Online Practice Tests

There is an online practice test available for a fee offered by the official online test provider, Yardstick. This has been arranged by the Alberta association (APEGA).

Preparatory Seminar

Focussed Consulting offers a Professional Practice Exam (PPE) Preparatory Seminar. Visit their website to details on the APEGM-NPPE Preparatory Seminar, including:

  • Dates
  • Seminar fee
  • Registration form

IMPORTANT: Be sure to choose the seminar offering in Winnipeg.
Seminars offered elsewhere may not cover the same exam.

Dates

The PPE is offered in Manitoba twice a year, once in April and once in October. Write dates and application deadlines can be found on the application form, or the Events Calendar

Application Form
With the transition from paper- to computer-based delivery, starting in the fall of 2015, applications to write the PPE are now made through your online profile.

以下参考: Registration - Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba

Professional Member

The process of becoming a Professional Member differs for different applicant types.

MIT Participant

If you are currently participating in or have completed the Member-in-Training program, including Academic Assessment applicants (Internationally Educated and Canadian Geoscience) who have been admitted to MIT, follow the process outlined here > MIT References

Reinstatement

If you are reinstating, find details here > Reinstatement

Registered Elsewhere

If you are not currently participating in the Member-in-Training program and you are not reinstating, follow the process outlined here > Mobility

实习人士推荐信

当你作为实习人士获得40个月的工作经验时,APEGM会通过在线反馈联系你,要求你提供三封推荐信,这三封推荐信必须由了解你的工作的3个APEGM专业会员撰写。

流程

  • APEGM 会要求你提供3个推荐人的姓名及联系方式
  • APEGM 会联系你的3个推荐人,要求他们填写MIT推荐表 (PDF)。

重要提示 :如果你打算自己直接把这个表格交给推荐人,你可以通知APEGM,避免重复。

  • APEGM会审查你的推荐信。如果批准通过,你就符合注册协会专业会员的条件,那么,你的相关文件将直接转交给注册委员会
  • 你的申请获得注册委员会批准之后1周内,APEGM会给你邮递专业会员身份确认书。
  • 如果你被拒绝注册,APEGM会提供具体被拒的原因,并提供相关建议,帮助你满足注册APEGM会员身份的条件。你也可以申诉这个决定,详见:申诉

重要提示: 请确保你的推荐人能及时向APEGM递交推荐表!

费用

  • 包括GST
  • 所有费用都支付加元
  • APEGM不接受远期支票

英语语言能力考试

  • CLBPT和WELARC
  • 曼尼托巴永久居民可以免费报考
  • 雅思:299加元

学生会员

  • 第一年会费全免
  • 恢复身份:20加元
  • 续约:20加元

学术评估

  • 学术评估申请:(加拿大地球科学家)105加元;(具有国际教育背景人士)440加元
  • 恢复身份:(加拿大地球科学家和具有国际教育背景人士)233加元
  • 重新评估:125加元
  • 考试:每次300加元,重新报名也一样
  • 重考:每次250加元
  • 面试:500加元
  • IEEQ计划:约6000加元
  • 选择性课程:约5000加元

实习人士

  • 入会申请:310加元
  • 恢复身份:310加元
  • 续约:185加元
  • 续约过时附加费:52.5加元
  • 毕业之前工作经验评估申请:53.5加元
  • 入会之前工作经验汇款:每个月31.6加元
  • 后来的经验汇款:每个月21.4加元
  • 入会申请费用包括年费和125加元不可退还的注册费。注销指,由于未能支付年费你的名字被注册机构取消了。此时,你必须同时支付注销费用和恢复身份费用。符合条件的学生会员可以不支付毕业之前的工作经验评估申请费用,详见:工作经验

国家考试

  • 专业实践考试:200加元
  • PPE重报名:200加元
  • 报名费
    • 加拿大曼尼托巴以外的地区:100加元
    • 美国:250加元
    • 北美以外的地区:420加元
  • 所有申请者都必须支付PPE费用。如果你在曼尼托巴报考,那么,你不需要支付报名费。

专业会员

  • 入会申请
    • 加拿大流动计划:495加元
    • 美国流动计划:495加元
    • 临时许可:495加元
  • 续约:370加元
  • 续约过时附加费:52.5加元
  • 入会申请费用包括年费和125加元不可退还的注册费。临时被许可人士不能续约,每年都必须递交入会申请。注销指,由于未能支付年费你的名字被注册机构取消了。此时,你必须同时支付注销费用和恢复身份费用。

申诉

  • 押金:500加元
  • 如果你的申诉获得批准,押金可以退还。

特殊身份

  • 退休:110加元
  • 延迟费:(实习人士)92.5加元;(专业会员)185加元
  • 辞职:不收取任何费用
  • 终身会员:不收取任何费用
  • 特殊身份过时附加费:52.5加元

注意

ABC考试

ABC考试是一种免费考试。

APEGM会员身份年限

学生会员:第一年10月1日至次年9月30日
实习人士:1月1日至12月31日
专业会员:1月1日至12月31日
临时许可:自签发之日起1年

比例会员身份

APEGM会员身份按比例以月计算。如果你年中开始或取消个人会员身份,APEGM会按比例退还你相应费用。

每年续约

APEGM会在续约日期截止之前2个月向你发送续约通知。如果你在续约日期截止之前没有成功续约,那么,你必须支付过时附加费。详见 > 续约。

申诉 - 飞出国

在申请注册会员过程中,你可以申诉协会作出的任何决定。

请求复审 - 飞出国

虽然注册协会负责审批协会会员申请,但是,它会考虑来自下列机构或人员的建议:学术审查委员会经验审查委员会以及APEGM职员。

如果你打算重新获得一些建议,你可以向注册协调递交书面申请,他将负责向合适的委员会递交你的信息。

注意

APEGM可能会咨询其他机构,获得一些全新的建议。

请求申诉 - 飞出国

收到拒绝通知之后30天内,你可以选择申诉该决定,可以申诉的申请包括:实习人士、专业会员、临时许可、授权证书和具体实践范围的许可。

你必须书面申请申诉,把书面申诉直接交给注册委员会,还必须:

  • 明确自己认为该决定不公正的原因
  • 列明所有你觉得注册委员会出错的地方

决定

理事会会在收到申诉之后90天内,作出相关决定,然后书面通知你。

理事会的决定还会:

  • 限制申诉中的评分范围
  • 保持和注册委员会的决定一致
  • 决定你的押金是否可以退换

以下来源: Professional References - Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba

MIT References

When you complete 40 months of work experience as a Member-in-Training, APEGM will contact you, through your online feedback, to request references from three professional members of APEGM who have knowledge of your work.

Process

  • APEGM will ask you to supply names and contact information for your references
  • APEGM will contact your references and ask them to complete this form: MIT Reference Form (PDF)

IMPORTANT :If you choose to provide the form directly to your references, please inform APEGM to avoid duplication.

  • APEGM will review your references. If approved, you will be eligible for registration as a Professional Member with the Association and your file will be forwarded to the Registration Committee
  • APEGM will mail you confirmation of professional membership within one week of your application being approved by the Registration Committee.
    If you are refused membership, APEGM will provide reasons why and advice on how to become eligible for membership with APEGM. You may appeal the decision. See Appeals for details.

IMPORTANT: Ensure that your references promptly submit the reference forms to APEGM

Fees

  • GST included, where applicable
  • All fees are in Canadian dollars
  • APEGM does not accept post-dated cheques

English Language Proficiency Tests

  • Canadian Level Benchmark Placement Test (CLBPT) Winnipeg English Language Assessment and Referral Centre (WELARC) - Free for permanent residents of Manitoba
  • International English Language Testing System (IELTS)-$299

Student Member

  • Year 1 Membership Free
  • Reinstatement $20
  • Renewal $20

Academic Assessment

  • Application for Academic Assessment $105 Canadian Geoscientist, $440 Internationally Educated
  • Reinstatement $233 Canadian Geoscientist and Internationally Educated
  • Re-Assessment $125
  • Exam $300 per exam, including exam re-writes
  • Exam Re-read $250 per exam
  • Interview $500
  • Internationally Educated Engineers Qualification (IEEQ) Program $6000 (estimate)
  • Alternative - Courses $5000 (estimate)

Member-in-Training

  • Application for Admission $310
  • Reinstatement $310
  • Renewal $185
  • Renewal Late Fee $52.50
  • Application for Evaluation of Pre-Graduation Work Experience $53.50
  • Remittance for Pre-Admission Work Experience $31.06 per month claimed
  • Remittance for Late Experience $21.40 per month claimed
  • Application for Admission fee includes annual dues and non-refundable registration fee of $125. De-registration means that your name was removed from the register for non-payment on annual dues. You must pay the de-registration fee plus the Reinstatement fee. Application for Evaluation of Pre-Graduation Work Experience fee is waived for Student Members who qualify. See Work Experience for details.

National Exam

  • Professional Practice Exam (PPE) $200
  • PPE Rewrite $200
  • Writing Fee
    • $100 Outside Manitoba but in Canada
    • $250 In USA
    • $420 Outside North America
  • All applicants must pay the PPE fee. You do not need to pay a writing fee if you are writing the exam in Manitoba.

Professional Member

  • Application for Admission
    - $495 Canadian Mobility
    - $495 US Mobility
    - $495 Temporary Licence
  • Renewal $370
  • Renewal Late Fee $52.50
  • Application for Admission fee includes annual dues and non-refundable registration fee of $125. Temporary Licensees cannot renew membership/must submit an Application for Admission every year. De-registration means that your name was removed from the register for non-payment on annual dues. You must pay the de-registration fee plus the Reinstatement fee.

Appeal

  • Deposit $500
  • Deposit is refunded if your appeal is granted.

Special Status

  • Retired $110
  • Deferred Dues $92.50 Member-in-Training, $185 Professional Member
  • Resignation No fee
  • Life Membership No fee
  • Special Status Late Fee $52.50

Notes

ABC Test

The ABC Test is free.

APEGM Membership Year

Student Member: Oct 1 - Sept 30
Member-in-Training: Jan 1 - Dec 31
Professional Member: Jan 1 - Dec 31
Temporary Licence: One year from date of issue

Pro-rated Membership

APEGM membership is pro-rated monthly. If you begin or withdraw your membership in the middle of a year, APEGM will refund you accordingly.

Annual Renewal

APEGM sends renewal notices two months prior to your renewal deadline. If you do not meet the renewal deadline, a late fee is applied. For details, see > Renewal

Appeals

You may appeal any decision made by the Association during the membership process.

Request For Reconsideration

The Registration Committee approves applications for membership to the Association. To assist this decision, the Registration Committee receives recommendations from:

  • Academic Review Committee
  • Experience Review Committee
  • APEGM staff

To request a new recommendation, submit a written request to the Registration Coordinator who will forward your information to the appropriate Committee for consideration.

Note

APEGM may enquire with other resources to make a new recommendation

Request For Appeal

You may appeal a notice of refusal within 30 days of receiving it, for the following types of applications:

  • Member-in-Training
  • Professional Member
  • Temporary Licence
  • Certificate of Authorization
  • Specified scope of practice licence

Your appeal must be in writing, be directed to the Registration Committee, and must:

  • Specify why you feel the decision is unjustified
  • List all errors you feel the Registration Committee made

Decision

Council decides within 90 days of your appeal hearing. Council will notify you in writing of the result.

Council’s decision will also:

  • Limit its scope to the points raised in the appeal
  • Be consistent with a finding the Registration Committee could have made
  • Determine if your deposit will be refunded

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