Who we are, what we do, and why we were formed.
Review past annual reports of Engineers Canada.
Information on board meetings, corporate planning, and governance policy and resources.
Committee lists, members, and terms of reference.
Current job openings at Engineers Canada.
Protecting the engineering brand.
Understand how Engineers Canada handles and protects user information.
Ensuring Engineers Canada services and resources can be accessed by everyone.
Learn how and why Engineers Canada accredits undergraduate engineering programs.
The Accreditation Board is committed to consulting with regulators, higher education institutions, Engineering Deans Canada, undergraduate engineering students, and other stakeholders.
For Canadian higher education institutions seeking to have their programs become or remain accredited.
Find accredited undergraduate engineering programs in Canada.
Learn more about this coordinated effort to improve the delivery of accreditation for engineering programs and of the Enrolment and Degrees Awarded Survey.
A unique Engineers Canada program designed to continually improve the transparency and effectiveness of the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).
About the Washington Accord and its purpose.
Evaluating engineering programs offered outside of Canada.
The role and composition of the CEAB.
How to become a licensed engineer in Canada.
A set of topics used by the regulators to check an applicant’s academic knowledge.
Requirements and procedures for working in different provinces and territories.
Resources for international engineering graduates wishing to become an engineer in Canada.
Engineers Canada is signatory to professional engineering agreements designed to facilitate the mobility of engineers.
Find out the top reasons why people pursue a career in engineering.
Start your journey to becoming a fully qualified engineer in Canada by enrolling as an engineer-in-training.
The 12 provincial and territorial engineering regulators that we support.
Recommendations on professional requirements, programs for members of the regulators, and assessment tools for international graduates.
One of Engineers Canada’s core purposes on behalf of the engineering regulators is to proactively identify, investigate, and explain trends and changes that are likely to have an impact on regulation and the future of the engineering profession.
Ensuring the federal government addresses the public interest concerns of the engineering profession.
Revisiting designs to improve safety and protect Canadians in light of climate change.
Consensus positions of the engineering regulators on key issues relating to the public interest.
Review submissions Engineers Canada has made to the government on topics impacting the profession and the public.
Engineers Canada’s statements on emerging public policy issues.
The key to a sustainable engineering profession is ensuring it is supported by as many views as possible.
Engineers Canada leads a number of initiatives that encourage youth to discover their passion for engineering.
Engaging and retaining Indigenous peoples in the engineering profession.
Increasing the participation of women in the engineering profession.
Providing practical information to international engineering graduates on becoming part of the Canadian engineering profession.
Graduating students’ familiarity with the profession, initial motivations, future plans, and undergraduate experiences.
Looking at current supply and demand for engineers and projects to the year 2025.
Assessing trends in engineering enrolment and degrees awarded.
Information about the members of the engineering profession in Canada.
Engineers Canada and Engineers Canada’s Indigenous Advisory Committee see better understanding Indigenous representation as a foundational step to identifying and building supports for Indigenous people in engineering.
This report is intended to support the development of engineering access programs for Indigenous peoples across Canada.
Research on Canadian’s perceptions of the value, impact, opportunities, and challenges of the engineering profession.
Insurance plans, financial, and other services for your family and you.
Apply for consent to use registered engineering terms.
Provides engineers with the additional knowledge and competencies they need to plan, design, and manage resilient infrastructure in the face of a changing climate.
Facilitates registration on the International Professional Engineers Agreement (IPEA) register and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Engineers Agreement (APEC EA) register.
News and analysis on issues impacting the engineering profession in Canada.
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Learn more about upcoming events.
Canada’s biggest celebration of engineering happens every March.
30 by 30 conference, a multi-day virtual gathering for 30 by 30 Champions, engineering leaders, and engineers.
The Engineers Canada Awards recognize and celebrate the achievements of engineers and engineering students.
Engineers Canada offers three scholarships, one for undergraduate students and two for graduate students.
Individuals who have given special service to the engineering profession.