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Under the Professional Governance Act (PGA), registrants are required to update their personal and professional contact information and complete annual declarations.
Registrants meet this requirement by completing the Annual Reporting process in their online account between May 1 and June 30 every year. Annual Reporting takes less than 10 minutes to complete.
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Annual Reporting must be completed between May 1 and June 30 by:
- Professional Registrants (having practice rights)
- Trainees (EITs and GITs)
- Non-Practising or Retired individuals
Excludes Non-Practising Life registrants
Registrants who miss the June 30 deadline must log into their online account and complete the outstanding reporting requirements and pay the late fees in the Annual Reporting System to bring their registration into compliance.
- Registrants whose Annual Reporting is not submitted by midnight on September 30 will have their registration suspended.
- Registrants who fail to submit their Annual Reporting by the final December 31 deadline will have their registration cancelled.
A registrant who engages in the practice of professional engineering or geoscience in BC while their registration is suspended or cancelled is subject to disciplinary action by Engineers and Geoscientists BC.
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Have a question about the Annual Reporting requirements? Email [email protected], or leave a voicemail at 604.412.4896.