Renew Your Registration
The deadline to renew your 2021 annual registration is December 31, 2020. On January 31, 2021, anyone who has not yet paid their annual fee will be removed from the register.
The December 31, 2020 payment deadline also applies to any registrants submitting their 2021 annual fee invoice to their employer for payment.
Registrants and licensees may renew their registration online through your account using your 6-digit User ID number and password. Your account also allows you to update your contact information, complete the Practice Declaration, apply for non-practising or reduced fee status if eligible, declare compliance with the CPD guideline, make a contribution to the Foundation or Benevolent Fund, join a division, and print your official income tax receipt.
Registered professional engineers, professional geoscientists, and limited licensees may move from practising to non-practising status for a reduced fee if they commit not to practise professional engineering or professional geoscience. Registrants who elect this status must sign an annual declaration not to engage in professional practice, and use one of two qualified titles, "Non-Practising" or "Retired".
For detailed information, visit the Non-Practising Registration page.
Review the Guideline and FAQ for Non-Practising Status
Registrants who wish to change their registration status to non-practising can do so via their online registrant account by selecting the “Request for Non-Practising Status” link and completing the declaration. Registrants may also change their status by completing the declaration and returning it with their payment. Registrants with questions about practise status should contact the Registration Department at 604.412.4856 or by email at [email protected].
You will be able to access your digital card through your online registrant account. You can also opt-in to receive a printed card by logging into your account, or by contacting Engineers and Geoscientists BC at 604.412.4859 or [email protected].
Registrants who wish to continue their registration in 2021 will be required to complete the expedited reinstatement, which includes completing the declaration, as well as paying the annual registration fee, any applicable late fees, and Reinstatement or Return to Practice fee.
Registrants or licensees who do not wish to maintain registration with Engineers and Geoscientists BC are advised to resign prior to the December 31, 2020 deadline. This can be done online through your account. Registrants and licensees who neither resign nor renew their registration will be removed from the registrant register on January 31, 2021 and will be liable for the 2021 registrant fees.
Log Onto Your Account
Our reduced fee policy allows access to reduced annual fees based on an “active income” threshold or a medical condition that renders the registrant or licensee unfit for work. Requests for reduction of annual fees will be based on a formal application through the online renewal process or on the detachable form on the back of the fee renewal invoice.
Reduced registration fees are available to practising registrants and licensees, and trainees who report active annual income of less than $31,000. The reduced fee amount is 50% of the annual fee. For more information see: egbc.ca/reduction-or-deferral.
Prorated registration and one-time license fees for newly granted registrants are not eligible for fee reduction. Non-practising registrants may not apply for reduced fees.
For reduced fee requests, questions about your payment or invoice, or to request a copy of a declaration form, or to receive a physical registrant card, please contact the Finance Department:
604.412.4859 or [email protected]
If you encounter issues with renewing your registration online, contact online support:
604.412.4887 or [email protected]
For questions about registration status, contact the Registration Department:
604.412.4856 or [email protected]