APEGA serves a large and diverse membership – one that includes more
than 3,000 geoscience members in training. And
what geoscientists need from their professional Association is not always the
same as what engineers need.
Registration requirements are different. Not all of APEGA’s published standards and guidelines apply to geoscience. And although engineers and geoscientists are regulated together and sometimes work together, their histories and professional cultures aren’t the same either.
That’s why this area exists and why one APEGA manager’s job is dedicated to the geoscience community.
Do you plan to practice geology or geophysics in Alberta? If so, you must be licensed and registered by APEGA. This section will guide you through the process.
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Do you plan to practice geoscience in Alberta? If so, you must be licensed and registered by APEGA. This section will guide you through the process.
What must a geoscientist do before practicing in other jurisdictions, within Canada and beyond? Go here to connect to other associations’ websites and for information on mobility agreements.