MEMBER REGISTRATION

Step 4: Pre-Registration


When Do I Begin the Pre-Registration Program?

Academic Assessment Applicants

Upon receipt of your Letter of Invitation, you may apply for admission to the pre-registration program. You may submit your Application for Admission to the pre-registration program prior to writing the ABC Test. However, Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba will not process your application until you pass the test.

Direct Applicants

You may apply directly to become an Intern of the Association if you hold a Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) accredited undergraduate degree. Please arrange to have your original final transcripts, indicating your degree awarded and date of graduation, sent directly from your university to the Association. You may submit your Application for Admission to the pre-registration program prior to writing the ABC Test. However, Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba will not process your application until you pass the test.


About Pre-Registration

The pre-registration program allows you to work under the supervision of a Member of the Association so you can prove you have the knowledge and skills necessary to register as a professional engineer or geoscientist.

Make sure that you review the Frequently Asked Questions about the Intern Program.


How the Pre-Registration Program Works

Requirements

You must obtain employment under the supervision of a Professional Engineer or Professional Geoscientist who is registered with the Association. Your supervisor(s) must assume responsibility for your work, and you must acquire the following while under supervision:

IMPORTANT Those who do not have a direct P.Eng. or P.Geo. supervisor will be required to find a mentor who is registered to sign off on their progress reports. Comments from both the direct supervisor and the mentor will be required. [more]

Reporting Process

  1. You submit online reports to claim your time for work experience, volunteer service, and professional development
  2. Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba will review your reports and award you credit
  3. Once you are close to completing the requirements, Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba will prompt you to begin Steps 5 (Professional Practice Exam) and 6 (Professional References) of the member registration process. Please note that you are allowed to write the National Professional Practice Exam (PPE) at any time after joining the pre-registration program. You do not need to wait to be prompted to write the exam, but it is required before you are Registered.

Staff Support

The Pre-Registration Program Coordinator oversees the program and prepares the Experience Review Committee agenda. Contact them if you have questions relevant to the pre-registration requirements.


Next Step > Application for the Intern Program

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