Annual Reporting Required by June 30

Posted on June 2, 2022

The deadline for registrants to complete their 2022 Annual Reporting requirement is coming up on June 30, 2022. Under the Professional Governance Act (PGA), registrants are required to annually verify contact and certain practice-related information, complete declarations, and report on continuing education. Registrants can complete this step through their Engineers and Geoscientists BC account.

Annual Reporting is a simple five-step process that only takes a few minutes to complete and includes reviewing and/or updating your:

  • Industry and area(s) of practice;
  • ​Employer, if applicable;
  • Mailing address, business contact information, and a unique and personal email address;
  • Optional self-identification questions; and
  • Continuing Education Program requirements.

You will also be required to declare if you have been the subject of a criminal conviction or disciplinary action.

Questions? Contact Us.

For questions about your Annual Reporting requirements, visit our Annual Reporting page, email [email protected] or call 604.412.4896. If you have questions about your Continuing Education Program requirements, you can email us at [email protected] or call 236.521.9154.

Practising registrants must complete and report their CE activities before completing their Annual Reporting requirements. After completing the mandatory Regulatory Learning Module, registrants should return to the course page inside the Knowledge Centre and ensure that the module is marked as complete.

More information on the CE reporting requirements can be found on our Program Overview webpage or by watching this video. Registrants can also sign up for the How to Meet Your Continuing Education Program and Annual Reporting Requirements webinar on June 13.

Registrants who have not met the CE requirements or reported their information by the deadline may be subject to $300 in late fees, suspension, or cancellation.

New Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Reporting

This year, registrants will have the opportunity to complete a number of self-identification questions as part of the Annual Reporting process. Responses to these questions are voluntary and will not impact your annual reporting requirement or your registration with Engineers and Geoscientists BC.

To learn more, visit our Demographic Data webpage or contact [email protected].

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