Engineers and Geoscientists BC

CE Resources

The first three-year rolling period (60 CE Hours) deadline is June 30, 2024. Review your requirements and deadlines by logging onto your personalized Account Dashboard.

CE Plan Templates

  • Download and fill out the CE Plan and Practice-Risk Assessment template (fillable PDF or Word) to plan your CE activities for the year and assess the risks of your practice.
  • Examples of completed CE Plans and Practice-Risk Assessments: Example for P.Eng. or Example for P.Geo.
  • Your CE Plan requirement will be marked “Complete” upon successfully submitting your Annual Reporting. 

For additional support with completing your CE Plan, see our FAQs.

Regulatory Learning Modules

  • 2023–2024 on climate change and sustainability.
  • 2022–2023 on Truth and Reconciliation with Indigenous peoples.
  • 2021–2022 on changes to registrant obligations under the Professional Governance Act (PGA).

CE Offerings

Engineers and Geoscientists BC provides registrants with a variety of opportunities to help meet their continuing education requirements.

  • Seminars, webinars,  and events are held throughout the year.  
  • Our Knowledge Centre makes it easy to enjoy flexibility while achieving your continuing education goals. It features video recordings of live Engineers and Geoscientists BC webinars and online courses, making continuing education opportunities more accessible to registrants. New videos and courses are added throughout the year. 
  • External seminars from a variety of external professional development providers offer technical, management, and business-related sessions.
  • Group discounts are available for three or more people from the same organization attending the same seminar on the same date (some exceptions apply, not applicable to Online and Distance Education). 

For questions about CE offerings, please contact [email protected]. If you're an expert in your area and are interested in presenting on a CE topic, visit the Call for Presenters page to learn more.

Additional CE Opportunities

Eligible continuing education activities can come from a variety of sources and are not restricted to the offerings available from for example:

  • There are professional associations or organizations for almost every discipline of engineering and geoscience, both within Canada (e.g., Transportation Association of Canada, Association for Mineral Exploration, Project Management Institute) and internationally (e.g., IEEE, American Society of Mechanical Engineers). Consider reviewing the website of the professional associations most closely aligned with your areas of practice for publications, webinars, and volunteer opportunities.
  • Local libraries may have access to technical journals, books related to ethical and regulatory learning, and other research articles relevant to your area of practice.
  • Engineers and Geoscientists BC posts disciplinary cases on our website which can be reviewed and are relevant to most areas of practice.
  • LinkedIn Learning is a source for virtual, on-demand learning. Participants can complete individual courses and work towards a certification. A free subscription is available for anyone who owns a library card with a local municipality.
  • For more examples, please review Table 7 of the Guide to the CE Program. 

Guidance and Videos

Guide to the CE Program

The Guide to the CE Program outlines the ways in which the CE Program applies to registrants and provides details about the program requirements.

Application Forms

Log in to your account to review the criteria and complete the application form.

Resources for Firms

More Information

For more information on the Continuing Education Program, visit the following pages:

Still have questions about the CE Program? View Continuing Education Program FAQs.

For further inquiries, contact [email protected] or leave a voicemail at 236.521.9154.