Practice Review Board
The Practice Review Board is one of APEGA’s statutory boards. The Board is primarily responsible for the following:
- Developing and maintaining professional practice standards, guidelines, and bulletins.
- Evaluating the professional practice and competence of Professional Members, Licensees, Permit Holders, and Certificate Holders against the practice standards and guidelines, which includes practice review of Permit Holders and individual Licensees.
- Administering and enforcing the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program of the APEGA Council.
The Practice Review Board works together to determine whether a member being assessed or undergoing Practice Review may continue to practice engineering or geoscience, by assessing their competence based on a number of criteria. The Practice Review Board consists of:
- at least four Professional Members, from a variety of knowledge and experience backgrounds
- one member of the public, nominated by the Council and appointed by the Government