Member Registration

Step 4: Member-In-Training


When Do I Begin MIT?

Academic Assessment Applicants

Upon receipt of your Letter of Invitation, you may apply for admission to the MIT program. You may submit your Application for Admission to the MIT program prior to writing the ABC Test. However, APEGM will not process your application until you pass the test.

Direct Applicants

You may submit your Application for Admission to the MIT program prior to writing the ABC Test. However, APEGM will not process your application until you pass the test.


About MIT

The Member-in-Training (MIT) program allows you to work under the supervision of a Professional Member of APEGM so that you can prove you have the knowledge and skills necessary to register as an engineer or geoscientist.


How the MIT Program Works

Requirements

You must obtain employment under the supervision of a Professional Engineer or Professional Geoscientist who is registered with APEGM. Your supervisor(s) must assume responsibility for your work, and you must acquire the following while under supervision:

  • 4 years of work experience (minimum)
  • 48 hours of volunteer service
  • 48 hours of professional development

IMPORTANT
Those who do not have a direct P.Eng. or P.Geo. supervisor will be required to find a mentor who is registered to sign off on their progress reports. Comments from both the direct supervisor and the mentor will be required.

Reporting Process

  1. You submit online reports to claim your time for work experience, volunteer service, and professional development
  2. APEGM will review your reports and award you credit
  3. Once you are close to completing the requirements, APEGM will prompt you to begin Steps 5 and 6 of the member registration process

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