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Yes, to be eligible to participate as a mentor you need to be an Engineers and Geoscientists BC member. The purpose of the mentoring program is to assist the engineer-in-training, geoscientist-in-training or applicant to achieve professional status.
Pairing a mentor and mentee can take some time depending on the type of mentees available. When a match is found you will be contacted by an Engineers and Geoscientists BC staff member to see if you are still interested in the program and if you are still available to volunte...
The resources and information available on and through this webpage are general in nature. They do not contain legal or professional advice and do not constitute official policy of Engineers and Geoscientists BC. Readers are advised to contact Engineers and Geoscientists BC a...
Seminars are held throughout British Columbia. The exact location will be determined by you and your designated Professional Development Coordinator.
We will provide all basic necessary equipment for the seminar (example: projector, laptop, and screen). If any special equipment (example: microphone, flip chart, whiteboard, etc.) is needed please contact your designated Professional Development Coordinator.
We offer a wide variety of topics to our members - everything from technical sessions to business and managerial courses. Please visit the  Professional Development Events page to view our latest sessions.
Your audience will be comprised mostly of professional engineers and geoscientists and members-in-training. Some non-members may also be in attendance.
As a member or licensee with Engineers and Geoscientists BC, you are governed by the  Code of Ethics . It is binding on you personally, whatever the type of employment or work you are engaged in.  When you qualified as a professional engineer or geoscientist, you made a pers...
As a member or licensee with Engineers and Geoscientists BC, you are governed by the Code of Ethics . It is binding on you personally, whatever the type of employment or work you are engaged in. When you qualified as a professional engineer or geoscientist, you made a perso...
The Professional Governance Act introduces some changes for Engineers and Geoscientists BC, and the regulation of the professions—but there are no immediate impacts anticipated for individual professionals. The legislation only addresses 2 of the 121 recommendations from t...
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