APEGS Licensee Requirements

The APEGS Licensee Admissions Committee has offered a tool for those who consider applying as either an Engineering Licensee or Geoscience Licensee. You must fulfill the below-given eligibility criteria to become a Licensee. Keep in mind: internationally-educated candidates must apply as engineer-in-training or geoscientist-in-training. After that, they have to go through the APEGS Academic Review to determine the Canadian…

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Specific Work Experience Reporting Instructions For APEGS

Preparing a work experience report seems very challenging for engineering and geoscientist candidates for anĀ APEGSĀ assessment. It is because showing work experience effectively is a must for a positive assessment. No matter how a good engineer or geoscientist you are, if you prepare a poor work experience report, then you will face rejection. Apart from that, even if you have…

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APEGS Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

The APEGS (CPD) Continuing Professional Development establishes a benchmark. Members will assess their ongoing professional development activities against that. This program offers tools to analyze requirements, plan programs, recording and report activities. Many APEGS members surpass the minimum requirements in this program. A member probably getting help from their employer, will be better capable of evaluating and fulfilling their…

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