The requirements of the Continuing Education (CE) Program are due by June 30, 2023, and include the following:
For more information about the specific requirements of each registrant professional designation, please review the Requirements page. If you are looking for the 2021–2022 mandatory Regulatory Module, please visit the Knowledge Centre.
The Professional Governance Act requires Engineers and Geoscientists BC to develop and implement a mandatory CE Program. The core elements of this program were reviewed and approved by Engineers and Geoscientists BC’s Council in November 2019 and May 2020, following consultation with registrants.
The CE Program is in effect as of July 1, 2021. Registrants are required to undertake a blend of technical, non-technical, regulatory, and ethical training to meet program requirements, and the program is built to be flexible in allowing registrants to identify the areas of learning most relevant to maintaining their competency.
The CE Program is mandatory and applies to all registrants with practice rights. Registrants with a Non-practising or Retired designation have to complete minimum requirements to maintain ethical and regulatory competency. Engineers-in-training, geoscientists-in-training, and Non-practising Life Members are exempt from the program.
Practising registrants can apply for an exemption on a yearly basis for parental, medical, or compassionate care leave, or for other extenuating circumstances. Non-practising registrants are not eligible for exemptions.
For more information on the Continuing Education Program, visit the following pages:
- Requirements: Learn more about program requirements, including around areas of learning and CE Plans
- Learning Resources: Learn more about continuing education offerings
- Reporting System: Report your CE activities and upload your CE Plan
- FAQs: Find answers to typical questions about the CE Program
Have a question about the Continuing Education Program? Contact [email protected] or call 236.521.9154.