This is where we will provide you with the information on becoming a member of APEGA. Here you will choose your registration preference and view all the relevant information.
It is recognized in the Act and Regulations that effective control of the quality of professional practice in partnerships, corporations and other such entities requires that the employer of professionals provide proper practice of the professions.
While you are still abroad (before you immigrate to Alberta) you may begin the licensing/registration process from your country of origin. Here you will the forms and information you require to reduce to proceed before you immigrate
Professional Practice Exam, NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) and Technical Examination information. Here you will find application forms, dates and deadlines as well as other valuable information.
TO PRACTICE SEMINARS
The issuing of Permits to Practice to practicing companies is an important element of APEGA's obligation to regulate the professions. A seminar is where members can discuss these obligations.
Professional designations must continue to earn the respect and trust of the public as the Association grows and becomes more diverse. The Compliance Department plays a big part in protecting those designations from misuse.
Any person may file a complaint if an act or an omission in the carrying out of the work of a practitioner that constitutes a failure to maintain the standards that a reasonable and prudent practitioner would maintain in the circumstances
The Environment Committee's role is to enhance APEGA's awareness of environmental issues that impact the practice of the professions and to provide input on related matters.
The Discipline Committee hears and decides complaints of unskilled practice and unprofessional conduct against APEGA members (individuals and organizations) that are brought before it by the Investigative Committee.
APEGA provides members and the public with guidance on the roles and responsibilities of professional members through the development of guidelines and practice standards and the publication of practice articles in The PEGG and on line
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD)
On an annual basis, professional members are required to submit the CPD Annual Reports (page 1 of 2) or Non Practicing Declaration (page 2 of 2) as part of membership renewal