Becoming a Professional Engineer in British Columbia
Each Canadian province and territory has its own regulatory body to license engineers who meet the profession’s high standards, and to govern the engineering profession. The associations listed below provide additional information about licensure and certification and offer professional training, education and networking opportunities.
Engineers Nova Scotia (APENS)
Engineers PEI (APEPEI)
Although they are not involved in the licensing of engineers in Canada, engineering societies play a key role in helping engineers learn about new theories, advanced techniques and modern equipment through their conference, seminars or publications.
Professional societies are a means to demonstrate a certain level of experience and competency, through a process of validation.
Here is a list of some of the societies in Canada
Generation-E (Engineering Career Awareness site)