December 8, 2022
Join Association staff, members, and corporate
partners on January 18, 2023
, for an afternoon of fun on the ice at the St.
Vital Curling Club! After a filling lunch, your team will take to the ice to
fight for top spot in this curling funspiel, where each team will play at least
four two-end games. To register your team and/or sponsor this event, please see
our event listing
Have Your Say On Climate Resilience Training
In February and March of 2023, the Manitoba Climate Resilience Training (MCRT)
Project Team at Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba will be delivering updated and
new courses that will help you enhance your professional practices to respond to
climate changes, with an emphasis on mitigation, including greenhouse gas reduction.
As the team looks to find and develop more courses, they are seeking your input.
Complete this 5-minute MCRT Survey
provided by Probe Research to have your say on which subjects would be most useful
to you and whether you would prefer to have training delivered online, in person, or hybrid.
Need ProDev Hours Before the End of the Year?
Even though Ingenium 2022 is over, you can still register for over 1,500 minutes
(26 hours) of content that's available through the Ingenium Hub. Exclusive on-demand
and live session recordings are available for all Ingenium registrants until January 27,
. Find more information about the keynotes and seminar topics on our
today. Start your PD sessions now!
Energy Efficiency: An Investment Opportunity - Online Course
- December 12, 2022
This online course provides engineers with a
solid understanding of the role of energy efficiency in limiting global warming
and the techniques used to model energy consumption and estimate energy savings.
A crash course in capital budgeting is also included. Please see the event
for more information.
Rainwater Harvesting and Management Online Course
January 9, 2023
This course, held by Gaia College/Royal Roads University, is designed for a broad range
of professionals and trades specialists and aims to provide training for better designing,
creating, and managing water systems in an environmentally sustainable manner.
Training will be delivered online asynchronously over the course of fourteen weeks.
Find more information and register via the
Climate Change Adaptation Training Course for Prairie Region Planners
- January 19, 2023
This course if offered online through a blend of synchronous and asynchronous
training and offers in-depth climate change adaptation and resilience training
for a Professional Planning audience in the Canadian Prairie region. Training
focuses on climate change trends, policy impacts and frameworks, adaptation
solutions, and communication strategies.
To register for this course, please see our