Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba has developed a series of
online learning modules to help practitioners find more accessible ways to
fulfil their ProDev requirements. Two modules were released in the fall on
professionalism and the Code of Ethics, and two more modules on good character
and ProDev have just been released! Members have access to the Learning Modules
through the Quick Links after they log into their online
Certificate of Authorizations held by companies to provide engineering or
geoscience services in Manitoba are currently renewing for the period of May 1, 2022, to April 30, 2023.
Renewal notices have been mailed out to the listed authorized designates. All companies who hold a Certificate
of Authorization must submit their renewal payment by April 8 or complete a cancellation
. Renewals payments by credit card can be made online
It's officially National Engineering and Geoscience Month!
Virtual events have been organized for youth and practitioners to celebrate
and participate virutally. Visit our news
to learn more about the events offered in March and share with
friends, family, and teachers in your community. Be sure to pick up this
Saturday's Winnipeg Free Press to read the Engineering and Geoscience
Canadian Blood Services is partnering with the engineering
and geoscience sectors in Manitoba to roll up their sleeves to save a life. In
honour of National Engineering and Geoscience Month, the Association is
encouraging members and practitioners, as well as their colleagues, family, and
friends, to donate if they are able. The Canadian Blood Services will even
provide LifeBus transportation for up to groups of five! To learn how you can
get involved, see the event listing
. Did you
know that practitioners can log one hour of Participation ProDev for donating
blood? It's a win-win! Sign up to donate today!
Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba has launched support
co-working sessions for interns who are women and gender-diverse to keep up
with the report submission requirements to progress toward licensure.
Registration is open for the March sessions, with more sessions planned
every second Thursday throughout the year. Please see the event
to register online.
As part of the Association's strategic priority E-5.1:
Increasing Indigenous membership, to ensure that practitioners in the
professions reflect the diversity of the public, we are partnering with the
Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs for an online discussion with the Association's
Indigenous Professionals Initiative Coordinator, Nicole Everett, and Randy
Herrmann, P.Eng., Director, Engineering Access Program (ENGAP) at the
University of Manitoba. The session will take place over Facebook Live, so
subscribe to the online
for a reminder!