APEGA has about 6,000 Members-in-Training (MITs). Members-in-Training are those individuals who have met the academic requirements and now require four (4) years of acceptable experience to qualify for registration.
In response to demand from MITs and industry, APEGA has developed a program to assist MITs in meeting the requirements for registration and in broadening the base on which they will build their careers.
APEGA provides members in training with some of the best learning opportunities available – while keeping registration fees low. Find out about upcoming seminars here.
The guideline is essential to MITs' understanding of the Board of Examiners' expectations once the academic requirements have been met. It details the experience criteria for licensure, suggested reporting forms and examples of how to complete the reporting forms.
Individuals eligible to register as a Member-in-Training (MIT) do so as either an Engineer-in-Training (EIT) . Their goal is then to meet qualification requirements.
REGISTRATION FOR GEOSCIENTISTS-IN-TRAINING
Individuals eligible to register as a Member-in-Training (MIT) do so as a Geoscientist-in-Training (G.I.T). Their goal is meet qualification requirements.
APEGA provides its MIT's with some of the best training available at a miminal cost. Find out about upcoming seminars and check out our APEGA events calendar for more information.
APEGA 's Mentoring Program provides experienced mentors for Members-in-Training and for Professional Members. Learn more about this beneficial program.