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Isolation Techniques in Piping Systems to Prevent Major Incidents

Isolation Techniques in Piping Systems to Prevent Major Incidents

Explore various piping layouts used in chemical process unit operations, refinery operations, and pipeline operations.

Calgary: October 25, 2017 Edmonton: November 22, 2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed.

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26
September
2017

Peace Region Branch Luncheon

11:30 am - 1:15 pm

The Peace Region Branch is pleased to invite membership to their inaugural luncheon presentation in Grande Prairie, as they host Pat Carlson, P.Eng. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity.

Register by September 20, 2017

Please join the Peace Region Branch in welcoming Pat Carlson, P.Eng., who will present on his history and lessons learned as a lifelong entrepreneur and CEO.

Pat Carlson, P.Eng.Pat Carlson, P.Eng. is the founding Chief Executive Officer of Seven Generations, and an original director.

A creative engineer, instinctual entrepreneur and energy visionary with 40 years of professional success, Pat defines his business through his stakeholders' eyes. Pat insists that Seven Generations maps the path to successful teamwork, competitive leadership, financial performance, and social permission by earning its right to succeed from those it serves: customers, partners, suppliers, residents, employees, communities where it operates, society, and of course, financial backers.

Pat authored Seven Generations' operating creed – the Level 1 Corporate Policy Statement or Code of Conduct. It is the behavioural source code and a personal pledge for how people will run 7G.

Seven Generations is Pat's fourth start-up after previous success at North American Oil Sands Ltd., Krang Energy, and Passage Energy. For Pat, company building is characterized by a solitary year of research, formulating a view on capturing the next opportunity, examining how technology and energy price forecasts will impact the business, defining the required skills to create long-term enterprise value, and engaging expert partners with the highly prized technical and business acumen to successfully launch the enterprise.

Pat pushes known technologies to a higher degree of understanding and application, to levels that define leading performance and unlock historically imprisoned resource horizons at a lower cost. A remarkable engineering and energy innovator, Pat creates value and expands opportunity in the sweet spot of enterprise.

Beyond the office, Pat and his wife Connie walk this culture of teamwork, partnership, excellence and human compassion into their private philanthropy. Married in their teens, this generous Calgary couple has touched many lives – most evident in their donation of more than $4 million to Pat’s alma mater – the University of Calgary for the Schulich School of Engineering, and for the Strengths in ADHD Research Project at the University of Calgary, plus numerous other organizations that are led by passionate people pursuing charitable endeavors. 

Pat earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Calgary in 1975, is a professional engineer, an active member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta and in 2008 acquired the ICD.D designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors. Pat’s contributions have been recognized with a Canadian Engineering Leader Award (2013) from the Schulich School of Engineering, and in October 2015, Pat was awarded the Prairies EY Entrepreneur of the Year for Oil and Gas. 

For questions or additional information please contact branches@apega.ca

Where

Pomeroy Hotel
Grande Ballroom
11633 100 Street
Grande Prairie, AB

Speaker

Pat Carlson, P.Eng.

Cost

$50 Members
$60 Non-Members

Registration Deadline

September 20, 2017

Register Now

28
September
2017

Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) Designation Lunch & Learn

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Find out how you can be recognized as a key player in your organization's financial management by providing the highest level of strategic and financial expertise while serving and protecting the public interest.

Register by September 21, 2017

The CPA designation affirms the accounting knowledge, skills and capabilities of the professionals who hold it. Find out how you can be recognized as a key player in your organization's financial management by providing the highest level of strategic and financial expertise while serving and protecting the public interest. Regulated under the Chartered Professional Accountants Act, CPA Alberta is the professional organization for more than 28,000 Alberta members in the accounting profession. CPA Alberta protects the public interest by educating and regulating the competency and ethical standards of its members.

This presentation will cover :

  • Benefits of obtaining a CPA designation
  • CPA Professional Education Program details
  • Practical experience requirements
  • How to get started 

About the Presenter

Meenuka Singh is a Business Development Officer with CPA Alberta. Her role involves meeting with key stakeholders (post-secondary institutions, corporations, and internationally trained professionals) to  support and educate them on the CPA designation. This involves coaching, guiding and mentoring prospective students on the path to obtaining the CPA designation. She also represents CPA Alberta at events to build relationships and increase the profile of the CPA designation as a business credential.

 

Where

APEGA Lindberg Conference Centre

1500 Scotia One

10060 Jasper Ave NW

Edmonton

Speaker 

Meenuka Singh

Cost

$10

Includes lunch

Eligible PDH

1

Recommended for

All Public

All Members

Professional Members

Managers

Skills & Knowledge

Accounting

Dual Designation

Registration Deadline

September 21, 2017

Register Now

4
October
2017

Foundations Of Career Branding For the Future Of Work - And Your Career

8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Discover the secrets to our 80% landing rate in one of North America's toughest economies and brand yourself for Calgary's new job market.

Register by September 27, 2017

Discover the secrets to our 80% landing rate in one of North America's toughest economies and brand yourself for Edmonton's new job market.

When you participate in this session, you will learn how to:

  • build your brand for the new job market
  • identify your transferable skills
  • package your "secret sauce" to attract the best opportunities
  • define your "Wow Factors"
  • make yourself more marketable and define what sets you apart
  • launch your brand on social media
  • crush it in network meetings
  • create unpublished opportunities for yourself

About the Presenter

Jackie Rafter, MBAJackie Rafter, MBA, is founder, President, and CEO of Higher Landing Inc., a career transformation company that offers career transition, branding, and marketing services for professionals. Her penchant for re-invention and heart-based leadership led to the creation of Higher Landing and a focus on career transformation, setting a new standard for helping people 'land higher' in their career. Jackie has achieved outstanding results for clients by casting aside traditional employment thinking, by enabling people to tap into their potential while re-branding themselves to secure the best possible opportunities that are aligned with the future of work.

Where

APEGA

1500 Scotia One

10060 Jasper Ave

Edmonton, AB T5J 4A2

Speaker

Jackie Rafter, MBA

Cost

Professional Member: $305

Member-In-Training: $205

Non Member : $355

 

Bring your own lunch or purchase from the food court/surrounding areas.

Eligible PDH

7

Registration Deadline

September 27, 2017

Register Now

10
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 3, 2017

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Pomeroy Hotel
11633 100 Street
Grande Prairie

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 3, 2017

Register Now

11
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

10:30 am - 11:30 am

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 10, 2017

This session is presented via video conference simultaneously in Edmonton and Calgary

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Edmonton
Lindberg Conference Centre
APEGA Edmonton
1500 Scotia One
10060 Jasper Avenue

 

Calgary

Windsor Conference Centre
APEGA Calgary
22nd Floor
Scotia Centre
700 2 Street SW

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 10, 2017

Register Now

11
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 10, 2017

This session is presented via video conference simultaneously in Edmonton and Calgary

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Edmonton
Lindberg Conference Centre
APEGA Edmonton
1500 Scotia One
10060 Jasper Avenue

 

Calgary

Windsor Conference Centre
APEGA Calgary
22nd Floor
Scotia Centre
700 2 Street SW

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 10, 2017

Register Now

12
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

9:00 am - 10:00 am

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 11, 2017

This session is presented via video conference simultaneously in Edmonton and Calgary

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Edmonton
Lindberg Conference Centre
APEGA Edmonton
1500 Scotia One
10060 Jasper Avenue

 

Calgary

Windsor Conference Centre
APEGA Calgary
22nd Floor
Scotia Centre
700 2 Street SW

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 11, 2017

Register Now

12
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 5, 2017

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Quality Hotel
424 Gregoire Drive
Fort McMurray

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 5, 2017

Register Now

16
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 9, 2017

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Radisson
6500 67 Street
Red Deer

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 9, 2017

Register Now

17
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 16, 2017

This session is presented via webinar

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Online

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 16, 2017

Register Now

18
October
2017

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by October 16, 2017

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process 

Presenter Biography  

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Calgary Office
2200 Scotia Centre
700 2nd Street SW

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline October 16, 2017

Register Now

18
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 17, 2017

This session is presented via webinar

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Online

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 17, 2017

Register Now

18
October
2017

Yellowhead Branch Social Night

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Join your fellow professional members from the APEGA Yellowhead Branch for Wing Night! Free Appetizers courtesy of the Branch!

Register by October 16, 2017

Join the Yellowhead Branch Executive for a social networking mixer. It is free to attend; appetizers will be courtesy of the Branch and members pay for their own drinks. 

Register online or drop-in.

For questions or more information email: branches@apega.ca

Where

The Roadhouse Pub & Grill
3415 Caxton Street
Whitecourt, AB

Cost

Free
Drinks not included

Registration Deadline

October 16, 2017

Register Now

19
October
2017

Permit Holders: Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

9:00 am - 10:00 am

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 18, 2017

This session is presented via video conference simultaneously in Edmonton and Calgary

This session is intended for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Edmonton
Lindberg Conference Centre
APEGA Edmonton
1500 Scotia One
10060 Jasper Avenue

 

Calgary

Windsor Conference Centre
APEGA Calgary
22nd Floor
Scotia Centre
700 2 Street SW

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 18, 2017

Register Now

19
October
2017

Western Canada: New Jobs Emerging in Shale Gas and Tight Oil

11:15 am - 1:30 pm

A panel discussing the new opportunities that exist in oilfield service firms. Gain new perspective on emerging career paths in our changing oil and gas economy.

Register by October 13, 2017

There is a wave of new investment in the Canadian oil and gas industry. The investment focus is shifting away from the oil sands in Fort McMurray, further south to Grande Prairie. Producers are unlocking gas from shale plays and oil from tight reservoirs using hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling technology. The development of these resources is generating new job opportunities, including new roles for engineers.

Jackie Forest, P.Eng., Director of Research for ARC Energy Research Institute, leads a panel in which Shane Hooker, P.Eng., President and CEO of Sanjel and Mike Burvill, VP Fracturing Services, STEP Energy Services will discuss the new opportunities that exist in oilfield service firms. The goal of this panel is for the audience to gain new perspective on potential emerging career paths in light of our changing oil and gas economy.

About the Panel Members

Jackie Forrest, P.Eng., Director of Research for ARC Energy Research Institute actively monitors emerging strategic trends related to energy. She is an author and sought after public speaker with 20 years of experience in the energy industry. She has written numerous blogs and columns on energy issues, and is a regular contributor to the Daily Oil Bulletin and the National Post publications. She is also a recognized expert in analyzing oil and gas systems in a carbon constrained world.

Prior to joining ARC, she was the leader of North American crude oil research for IHS CERA. Jackie has published more than 16 public papers on energy issues, covering a range of topics, including US oil supply sources, markets for Canadian crude oil, environmental regulation, technology and five papers on life cycle GHG emissions from crude oil.
Jackie is a current member of Calgary Economic Development’s Energy Systems Advisory Committee, the groups purpose is to stimulate economic growth in Calgary by supporting opportunities in the energy sector.

Jackie attended the University of Calgary where she received an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering. She also has an MBA from Queens University.

Shane Hooker, P.Eng., President and CEO for Sanjel Energy Services, is a Professional Engineer with more than 22 years of energy services experience in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. A member of The Association of Professional Engineers, Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) and Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), Shane holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Calgary and an Advanced Executive Certificate in General Management from Queen's University.

Mike Burvill, V.P. Fracturing Services for STEP Energy Services, has served as vice-president, fracturing services since April 2015. Mr. Burvill has over 20 years of experience in the oil and gas service industry. Prior to joining STEP, Mr. Burvill worked at Trican for 18 years, the last eight of which he was corporate service line manager, during which time he led Trican’s global fracturing and nitrogen services exclusively. Prior to that he managed Trican’s Central Alberta district that deployed coiled tubing, nitrogen, cementing, fracturing and acidizing services, and downhole tools.

Where

Fairmont Palliser Hotel

133 9 Avenue SW
Calgary

Panel Moderator 

Jackie Forrest, P.Eng.
Director of Research for ARC Energy Research Institute.

Panel Members

Shane Hooker, P.Eng.

President and CEO of Sanjel Energy Services


Mike Burvill
VP Fracturing Services for STEP Energy Services

Cost

Members & Guests: $50
Students: $25
ASAP: $15

Registration Deadline

October 13, 2017

Register Now

19
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 18, 2017

This session is intended for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Holiday Inn South
4485 Gateway Blvd
Edmonton

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 18, 2017

Register Now

20
October
2017

Permit Holders: Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

9:30 am - 10:30 am

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 18, 2017

This session is intended for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Holiday Inn South
4485 Gateway Blvd
Edmonton

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 18, 2017

Register Now

20
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 18, 2017

This session is intended for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Holiday Inn South
4485 Gateway Blvd
Edmonton

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 18, 2017

Register Now

23
October
2017

Permit Holders: Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

9:30 am - 10:30 am

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 20, 2017

This session is presented via video conference simultaneously in Edmonton and Calgary

This session is intended for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Edmonton
Lindberg Conference Centre
APEGA Edmonton
1500 Scotia One
10060 Jasper Avenue

 

Calgary

Windsor Conference Centre
APEGA Calgary
22nd Floor
Scotia Centre
700 2 Street SW

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 20, 2017

Register Now

23
October
2017

Federal Emission Regulations for Boilers and Heaters

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

This webinar provides an overview of regulatory requirements for boilers and heaters. It is presented by the Calgary Branch but is open to anyone to attend online.

Register by October 19, 2017

Federal Emission Regulations for Boilers and Heaters – Part I of the Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations

The Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations require owners and operators of specific industrial facilities and equipment types to meet consistent performance standards across the country. The objectives of the Regulations are to:

  • Limit the amount of nitrogen oxides (NOX) emitted from modern (new) and pre-existing (existing), gaseous-fuel-fired non-utility boilers and heaters used in many industrial facilities
  • Limit the amount of NOX emitted from modern and pre-existing stationary spark-ignition gaseous-fuel-fired engines used by many industrial facilities (e.g., those used for gas compression or back-up generators)
  • Limit the amount of NOX and sulphur dioxide (SO2) emitted from cement kilns

This presentation will focus on Part I of the Regulations – boilers and heaters. It will provide an overview of regulatory requirements by responding to the following 5 questions:

  1. Is my boiler or heater subject to these regulations?
  2. How do I categorize my boiler or heater based on its type, class and size?
  3. What are my emission requirements?
  4. What are my reporting and testing requirements?
  5. How do I apply for an Alternative Rule?

About the Presenter

Mia Batchelor, B.A.Sc., MBA, P.Eng. (ON)Mia Batchelor is the Head of the Combustion Unit in Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Electricity and Combustion Division. Her group has a broad mandate, including implementation of the Boilers and Heaters portion (Part I) of the Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations (MSAPR). She is a professional engineer and has recently completed an Executive MBA. Mia is looking forward to providing a brief overview of MSAPR, with a focus on Part I, boilers and heaters.

Where

Online

Speaker 

Mia Batchelor, B.A.Sc., MBA, P.Eng. (ON)

Head – Combustion Unit
Electricity and Combustion Division
Energy and Transportation Directorate
Environment and Climate Change Canada

Cost

$10
APEGA Calgary Branch webinar fee

Registration Deadline

October 19, 2017

Register Now

23
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 20, 2017

This session is presented via video conference simultaneously in Edmonton and Calgary

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Edmonton
Lindberg Conference Centre
APEGA Edmonton
1500 Scotia One
10060 Jasper Avenue

 

Calgary

Windsor Conference Centre
APEGA Calgary
22nd Floor
Scotia Centre
700 2 Street SW

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 20, 2017

Register Now

24
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

9:30 am - 10:30 am

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 19, 2017

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Radisson Airport
6620 36 Street NE
Calgary

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 19, 2017

Register Now

24
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 19, 2017

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Radisson Airport
6620 36 Street NE
Calgary

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 19, 2017

Register Now

25
October
2017

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by October 23, 2017

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process

Presenter Biography 

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Edmonton Office
15th Floor, Scotia One
10060 Jasper Ave NW

Presenter

APEGA Presenter TBD

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline October 23, 2017

Register Now

25
October
2017

Isolation Techniques in Piping Systems to Prevent Major Incidents

8:30 am - 4:30 pm

This session explores various piping layout/s (e.g. DBB/DIB, PSV’s, Control Valves, large vessels) used in chemical process unit operations, refinery operations, and pipeline operations.

Register by October 18, 2017

Protecting people, the environment and the business are important for organizations. Inadequate isolation puts these priorities at risk. Many significant process safety loss incidents and near miss events occur because of deficient isolation of piping systems for work.

This session explores various piping layouts such as DBB/DIB, PSVs, control valves, and large vessels, that are used in chemical process unit operations, refinery operations, and pipeline operations. The management and control of hazardous energy and certifying safety by a Professional Engineer is critical to safe isolation.

Topics will include:

  • means of isolation for dismantling piping
  • good design
  • proper planning practices for new construction (green fields), retrofits and maintenance

 

When you participate in this session, you will better understand:

  • Alberta's OHS Code on isolation of pipes and piping (Part 15, Section 215.4)
  • Requirements and several means of isolation for safe work

About the Presenter

John R. Cocchio, P.Eng.John R. Cocchio, P.Eng., MBA, is an Industrial Professor of Engineering Safety and Risk Management in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Alberta. John is also the principal of GoSafetyPro, an independent in the field of Engineering Safety and Risk Management. GoSafetyPro offers expertise in the areas of occupational safety and process safety risk management. His expertise is based on over 30 years petrochemical manufacturing industry experience in a broad range of process technologies in several world-scale petrochemical and plastics manufacturing plants.

Where

APEGA

2200 Scotia Center

700 2nd Street SW

Calgary, AB

Speaker

John R. Cocchio, P.Eng., MBA

Cost

Professional Member: $305

Member-In-Training: $205

Non-Member: $355

Eligible PDH

7

Registration Deadline

October 18, 2017

Register Now

25
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 18, 2017

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Coast Hotel
526 Mayor Magrath Drive
Lethbridge

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 18, 2017

Register Now

25
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 18, 2017

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Medicine Hat College
Courtyard Room,
299 College Drive S.E.
Medicine Hat

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 18, 2017

Register Now

26
October
2017

Permit Holders: Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

9:30 am - 10:30 am

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 23, 2017

This session is intended for Permit Holders and Responsible Members

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Radisson Airport
6620 36 Street NE
Calgary

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 23, 2017

Register Now

26
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 23, 2017

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Radisson Airport
6620 36 Street NE
Calgary

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 23, 2017

Register Now

27
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 26, 2017

This session is presented via webinar

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Online

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 26, 2017

Register Now

30
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 23, 2017

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Royal Hotel
5620 44 Street
Lloydminster

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 23, 2017

Register Now

30
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 27, 2017

This session is presented via webinar

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Online

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 27, 2017

Register Now

31
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

9:30 am - 10:30 am

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 26, 2017

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Chateau Louis
11727 Kingsway NW
Edmonton

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 26, 2017

Register Now

31
October
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 26, 2017

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Chateau Louis
11727 Kingsway NW
Edmonton

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 26, 2017

Register Now

1
November
2017

Learn About ASET Proposals on Scope of Practice for Technologists

5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Learn about the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and ASET and the legislative changes ASET has proposed as part of the legislative review project.

Register by October 25, 2017

Learn about and understand the joint regulatory relationship between APEGA and the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) and how it relates to protecting the public. Participate in this session to learn about the legislative changes ASET has proposed to the government as part of the legislative review project.

ASET has proposed that:

  • engineering and geoscience Certified Engineering Technologists (C.E.T.s) should have their own scope of practice without oversight
  • the scope of practice for Professional Technologists (P.Tech.s) be expanded to allow P.Tech.s to practice outside routine codes and standards
  • the existing APEGA-ASET joint boards and committees that regulate P.Tech.s be eliminated and that P.Techs be regulated only by ASET

Session Objectives

  • Learn about the status of the Council-endorsed recommendations APEGA submitted to the Government of Alberta
  • Gain awareness of current APEGA-ASET joint regulation
  • Understand ASET's proposal and APEGA's position on the issue
  • Understand risks to the public regarding scope of practice changes

Join us to engage in a meaningful discussion on these issues, how they relate to protecting the public, APEGA's position, and what APEGA has submitted to the government. This session is eligible for continuing professional development hours.

Pre-Reading

Presenter Biographies

John Corriveau, P.Eng., is APEGA's Director of Regulatory Operations. He is responsible for APEGA's Appeal Board and regulatory operations involving statutory boards and committee, including their policies, processes, and procedures. He holds a Bachelor of Science in metallurgical engineering and an Environmental Resources Certificate from the University of Alberta, as well as a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from NAIT. His career has involved government and industry stakeholder relations, compliance and regulatory affairs, safety and environment risk management, industrial asset management, and materials engineering. His broad technical and management skill set, coupled with his experience, adds considerable value to APEGA's Regulatory team.

Dianne Johnstone, CPP, is APEGA's Director of Legislative Review. She has oversight and project management responsibilities for the entire legislative effort of the Regulatory team. Dianne focuses primarily on the technical adjustments to the legislation. She brings more than 20 years of regulatory, not‐for‐profit experience to APEGA. Prior to joining APEGA, she was the Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Architects, where she led its legislation review by creating and implementing an effective consultation strategy for member and stakeholder engagement.

Where

Best Western
300 52 Street
Edson

Speaker

John Corriveau, P.Eng
Dianne Johnstone, CPP

Cost

Free

Registration Deadline

October 25, 2017

Register Now

8
November
2017

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by November 6, 2017

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process 

Presenter Biography  

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Calgary Office
2200 Scotia Centre
700 2nd Street SW

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline November 6, 2017

Register Now

14
November
2017

Yellowhead Branch Social Night

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Join your fellow professional members from the APEGA Yellowhead Branch for Wing Night! Free Appetizers courtesy of the Branch!

Register by November 12, 2017

Join the Yellowhead Branch Executive for a social networking mixer. It is free to attend; appetizers will be courtesy of the Branch and members pay for their own drinks. 

Register online or drop-in.

For questions or more information email: branches@apega.ca

Where

Original Joe's

330 – 45 Street,

Edson, AB

Cost

Free
Drinks not included

Registration Deadline

November 12, 2017

Register Now

15
November
2017

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by November 13, 2017

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process

Presenter Biography 

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Edmonton Office
15th Floor, Scotia One
10060 Jasper Ave NW

Presenter

APEGA Presenter TBD

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline November 13, 2017

Register Now

22
November
2017

Isolation Techniques in Piping Systems to Prevent Major Incidents

8:30 am - 4:30 pm

This session explores various piping layout/s (e.g. DBB/DIB, PSV’s, Control Valves, large vessels) used in chemical process unit operations, refinery operations, and pipeline operations.

Register by November 15, 2017

Protecting people, the environment and the business are important for organizations. Inadequate isolation puts these priorities at risk. Many significant process safety loss incidents and near miss events occur because of deficient isolation of piping systems for work.

This session explores various piping layouts such as DBB/DIB, PSVs, control valves, and large vessels, that are used in chemical process unit operations, refinery operations, and pipeline operations. The management and control of hazardous energy and certifying safety by a Professional Engineer is critical to safe isolation.

Topics will include:

  • means of isolation for dismantling piping
  • good design
  • proper planning practices for new construction (green fields), retrofits and maintenance

 

When you participate in this session, you will better understand:

  • Alberta's OHS Code on isolation of pipes and piping (Part 15, Section 215.4)
  • Requirements and several means of isolation for safe work

About the Presenter

John R. Cocchio, P.Eng.John R. Cocchio, P.Eng., MBA, is an Industrial Professor of Engineering Safety and Risk Management in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Alberta. John is also the principal of GoSafetyPro, an independent in the field of Engineering Safety and Risk Management. GoSafetyPro offers expertise in the areas of occupational safety and process safety risk management. His expertise is based on over 30 years petrochemical manufacturing industry experience in a broad range of process technologies in several world-scale petrochemical and plastics manufacturing plants.

Where

APEGA

1500 Scotia One

10060 Jasper Ave

Edmonton, AB T5J 4A2

Speaker

John R. Cocchio, P.Eng., MBA

Cost

Professional Member: $305

Member-In-Training: $205

Non Member : $355

Eligible PDH

7

Registration Deadline

November 15, 2017

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13
December
2017

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by December 11, 2017

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process 

Presenter Biography  

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Calgary Office
2200 Scotia Centre
700 2nd Street SW

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline December 11, 2017

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20
December
2017

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by December 18, 2017

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process

Presenter Biography 

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Edmonton Office
15th Floor, Scotia One
10060 Jasper Ave NW

Presenter

APEGA Presenter TBD

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline December 18, 2017

Register Now

17
January
2018

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by January 15, 2018

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process 

Presenter Biography  

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Calgary Office
2200 Scotia Centre
700 2nd Street SW

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline January 15, 2017

Register Now

24
January
2018

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by January 22, 2017

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process

Presenter Biography 

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Edmonton Office
15th Floor, Scotia One
10060 Jasper Ave NW

Presenter

APEGA Presenter TBD

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline January 22, 2017

Register Now

9
February
2018

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by February 7, 2018

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process

Presenter Biography 

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Edmonton Office
15th Floor, Scotia One
10060 Jasper Ave NW

Presenter

APEGA Presenter TBD

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline February 7, 2018

Register Now

23
February
2018

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by February 21, 2018

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process 

Presenter Biography  

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Calgary Office
2200 Scotia Centre
700 2nd Street SW

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline February 21, 2018

Register Now

14
March
2018

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by March 12, 2018

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process 

Presenter Biography  

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Calgary Office
2200 Scotia Centre
700 2nd Street SW

CostFree
Eligible PDH2.5
Registration DeadlineMarch 12, 2018

Register Now

21
March
2018

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by March 19, 2018

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process

Presenter Biography 

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Edmonton Office
15th Floor, Scotia One
10060 Jasper Ave NW

Presenter

APEGA Presenter TBD

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline March 19, 2018

Register Now

18
April
2018

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by April 16, 2018

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process 

Presenter Biography  

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Calgary Office
2200 Scotia Centre
700 2nd Street SW

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline April 16, 2018

Register Now

25
April
2018

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by April 23, 2018

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process

Presenter Biography  

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Edmonton Office
15th Floor, Scotia One
10060 Jasper Ave NW

Presenter

APEGA Presenter TBD

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline April 23, 2018

Register Now

16
May
2018

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by May 14, 2018

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process 

Presenter Biography  

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Calgary Office
2200 Scotia Centre
700 2nd Street SW

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline May 14, 2018

Register Now

23
May
2018

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by May 21, 2018

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process

Presenter Biography  

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Edmonton Office
15th Floor, Scotia One
10060 Jasper Ave NW

Presenter

APEGA Presenter TBD

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline May 21, 2018

Register Now

13
June
2018

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by June 11, 2018

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process 

Presenter Biography  

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Calgary Office
2200 Scotia Centre
700 2nd Street SW

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline June 11, 2018

Register Now

20
June
2018

Permit to Practice Seminar

8:30 am - 11:30 am

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members.

Register by June 18, 2018

This 2.5 hour seminar is on APEGA’s expectations for Permit Holders and Responsible Members. Responsible Members must attend a Permit to Practice seminar within six months of being added as a Responsible Member, and then at least once every five years. 

This seminar covers:

  • Permit to Practice administration
  • How to create and maintain a professional practice management plan
  • The roles and responsibilities of a Responsible Member
  • APEGA’s discipline and enforcement process

Presenter Biography  

APEGA Presenter TBD

Where

APEGA Edmonton Office
15th Floor, Scotia One
10060 Jasper Ave NW

Presenter

APEGA Presenter TBD

Cost Free
Eligible PDH 2.5
Registration Deadline June 18, 2018

Register Now