This year's virtual awards ceremony, held on November 5, 2021
, will once again honour
member achievements and corporate contributions in the fields of engineering
and geoscience and is complimentary to all those who are interested in
Those in Winnipeg can also opt to have a gourmet picnic
box delivered to them before the afternoon's awards ceremony for just $20
plus GST, courtesy of our sponsor Canada Life. Check out the event
to learn more and to register.
Even though Ingenium 2021 is well underway, there's still plenty of live and interactive sessions as well as virtual networking opportunities to take part in. All presentations are recorded and available on the Ingenium Hub to access on-demand at your leisure. All content will be available until January 2022, so there's plenty of time left to register! Visit the Ingenium webpage
for details on conference presenters and to register online
EngGeoMB's Building Regional Adaptation Capacity and Expertise (BRACE) and
Manitoba Climate Resilience Training (MCRT) Project Team has worked with the other sectors to create a suite of training courses that enhance climate knowledge and help integrate climate risk and opportunities into decision-making and planning within the infrastructure sector in Manitoba. The entire MCRT course suite is made up of 18 courses and open to anyone interested in participating, however there is a recommended "Foundational and Infrastructure Path"
of courses specifically recommended for infrastructure professionals, as indicated in the course schedule
. Members and practitioners are invited to explore the courses offered
through the MCRT Project and register online for the foundational courses.
Registration is still open for our new Mentorship Program!
The program is designed to support the skill development, community growth,
and professional and personal goal achievement of Engineers Geoscientists
Manitoba members from intern to advanced level professionals. This yearly
program runs from January to December and includes quarterly mentoring events.
To learn more and apply for the program, please review the
Mentorship Program webpage.
The Registration Committee (RC) is a committee of Council made up of registered professional members from both engineering and geoscience disciplines. The committee is responsible for conducting the final review for members and interns who are moving forward towards final registration. RC is currently seeking new professional members to join the committee, and while all members are welcome to apply, the committee is most in need of professional members with expertise in the following areas: mining, mechanical/HVAC, geological engineering, or geoscientists
See the call for volunteers
for full details.
This course is the first BRACE/MCRT course on the
nine-course Foundational and Infrastructure path specifically recommended for
infrastructure professionals. The course builds off of the expertise and
experience of the Prairie Climate Centres's dedicated team of climatologists
and environmental scientists to grow the confidence of professionals in being
able to speak about our changing climate. Check out the event
for more information and to register online.
This interactive webinar course, hosted by RGI
International, will help participants gain confidence in organizing, writing,
and editing proposals for Request for Proposals/quotes. By the end of the
course, participants will be able to understand the proposal writing process,
participate effectively in an interview situation, determine the best format
and structure of a proposal, and how to use confident and precise language to
convey information. See the APEGS
for more information and to register. Registration deadline is
October 31, 2021.