How to Obtain Your P.Eng.

Saturday, 10 November 2018 - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Location
Contact information
Contact person: 
Ahmad Shahroodi
Email: 
a.ashahrood@uottawa.ca
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Registration required: 
Yes
Cost to attend: 
Free of charge
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Back by popular demand, “How to Obtain Your P.Eng.” will be offered by the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Ottawa on November 10, from 9 a.m. to 5p.m. in STM 117.

The goal of this training is to help students become familiar with Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO); its structure and functionality, and obtain their Professional Engineers license and certificate from PEO.  This training aims to introduce students to the process of licensing (simplified method), and mentoring students through the process of licensing.  This is achieved by educating students about PEO (as a licensing and disciplinary body).

Training Objectives:

  • Educate students about the process of licensing (simplified process)
  • Improve the quality of application materials and layout
  • Improve weaknesses in résumés, experience history, course description, and transcript approval
  • Introduce students to PEO’s financial programs, scholarships and awards (NEW)
  • Face-to-face consultation with the possibility of additional guidance for P.P. Exam and possible technical examination, is available by appointment.
  • Obtaining the P.Eng. license through the honest-correct way and educating the applicants (future Ontario professional engineers) about the consequences of plagiarism and submission of the false documents

The training consists of one full day seminar, case studies and tutorials (approx. 8 hours), 21 handouts, forms and guidelines, plus face-to-face consulting (office hours) available to all students. 

 You can register by filling out this short online form.

NOTE: As part of this training, students will have the opportunity to meet with the workshop designer/instructor for a face-to-face consultation regarding their file with PEO, P.Eng. exams, general questions, etc.

To book a consultation, email Ahmad Shahroodi, a.ashahrood@uottawa.ca.