For those who are interested, APEGA (Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta) is offering assistance for newcomers seeking their professional licensure. If you are new to Canada and Alberta, and finding yourself bewildered about APEGA's numerous requirements as I once was, this could be helpful for you.
This is a recent posting from APEGA:
"APEGA wants to enhance our work with you and help new Canadians with engineering and geoscience education and experience to earn their professional designations. APEGA is now offering added hands-on assistance for newcomers to navigate the road to professional licensure.
Mr. Guillermo Barreiro, P.Eng., is APEGA's new Manager of Internationally Educated Graduate Integration and Liaison. He is a Professional Engineer who came to Canada in Protected content Columbia, earning his P.Eng. in Protected content . Guillermo will help internationally educated graduates understand and prepare to meet the requirements of becoming a licenced engineer or geoscientist in Alberta. Through one-on-one and group sessions, he'll help those newcomers identify the documents, structure and style needed to submit an effective licence application on-line. Following APEGA'S evaluation of the application, Guillermo will help applicants understand their progress and the path forward.
If you are an Internationally Educated Graduate requiring assistance in becoming a licenced Engineer or Geoscientist, please contact Guillermo at Protected content email Protected content to make an appointment on upcoming available dates at the Calgary APEGA Office:
Tuesday, August 28
Tuesday, September 11
Friday, September 28 "