Engineers and Geoscientists BC

First 3-year CE Rolling Period Ends in June

Posted on December 21, 2023
First 3-year CE Rolling Period Ends in June

As part of the Continuing Education (CE) Program, professional registrants must complete 60 CE Hours in every three-year rolling period. The first three-year rolling period will be ending on June 30, 2024. By that time, professional registrants registered before January 2022, will need to report at least 60 CE Hours of activities. Approximately 47% of professional registrants have recorded 60 CE Hours or more so far.

Registrants can view their specific CE requirements by logging into their Account Dashboard. Registrants can add and edit their CE activity through the CE Reporting System.

Eligible CE activities do not have to be offered through Engineers and Geoscientists BC and can include self-directed study, volunteering, presentations, seminars, conferences, courses, and other activities.

For ideas on how to accrue more CE Hours, review our November 2023 article or see Table 7 in the Guide to the CE Program. For a breakdown of the requirements for newly registered professionals, review section 3.1.4 of the Guide to the CE Program.

Watch this video for a refresher on how to access the Account Dashboard and view its features.

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