Permit to Practice Seminars
An APEGA Permit to Practice allows a company to practise engineering, geoscience, or both in Alberta. Companies with a Permit to Practice must designate an APEGA licensed professional as the company's Responsible Member. Responsible Members regulate the practices of engineering and geoscience within the company.
APEGA has developed the Permit to Practice seminar to inform Responsible Members of their professional obligations and how to create a Professional Practice Management Plan.
Responsible Members must complete the Permit to Practice seminar:
- within six months of being approved as a Responsible Member, unless they have already taken the seminar within the last five years
- within five years of their last seminar date as documented in APEGA’s records
It is strongly recommended that Responsible Members complete the Permit to Practice seminar annually to ensure a full understanding of their responsibilities and obligations, and to keep current with the latest information.
Responsible Members have two options to complete the Permit to Practice seminar requirement:
- complete the self-directed learning module
- attend a facilitated live webinar
Self-Directed Learning Module
Responsible Members are automatically enrolled in the Permit to Practice learning module when they are confirmed as a Responsible Member and when they are within five years of their last seminar date. To access this learning module, please log in to the Member Self-Service Centre and open the Learning tab on the left navigation bar.
Note: The learning module is currently only available to Responsible Members. A Responsible Member who has not been automatically enrolled may request access to the learning module by emailing [email protected].
Facilitated Live Webinar
Responsible Members may also take the Permit to Practice seminar by attending one of the regularly scheduled facilitated live webinars. Visit our event calendar to see upcoming dates.
In addition to taking the seminar, you will want to read the following practice standard and guidelines to assist you in your role as a Responsible Member.