Reinstate as Trainee or Non-Practising Registrant
This category is for former trainees (EIT and GIT) who wish to reinstate their registration and former registrants (P.Eng., P.Geo., P.L.Eng., and P.L.Geo.) who wish to reinstate their registration with non-practising status.
Reinstatement as a non-practising registrant does not grant you practice rights (the authority to engage in Reserved Practice). If you intend to practise engineering or geoscience in British Columbia you must reinstate your practice rights.
- Former trainees (engineers-in-training or geoscientists-in-training)
- Former registrants (P.Eng., P.Geo., P.L.Eng., or P.L.Geo.) who wish to reinstate their registration with non-practising status
- An application for reinstatement of status
- *Certified true copy of the photo page of your current passport, NEXUS card, Canadian citizenship card (issued prior to 2012), Canadian permanent resident card, or a Certificate of Indian Status (status card). Applicants are required to upload this document through their applicant dashboard.
*To have your document certified, take a clear photocopy of your document and ask a British Columbia registered P.Eng., P.Geo., P.L.Eng., P.L.Geo., or Notary Public to sign, date, and stamp it as a "true copy of the original".
Find more information about application and registration fees on the Fee Schedule.
Throughout your application process, you can expect fees for:
- An application for reinstatement of status (as a trainee or professional registrants with non-practising status).
After registration is granted, all registrants are subject to annual fees (prorated in the first year of registration).
If you have further questions, you may find the answer on our Frequently Asked Questions.
The reinstatement process will take approximately 1–2 weeks unless additional information or documentation is required. Once your registration is reinstated, you will be notified via email.