In Canada, provincial and territorial engineering regulators provide resources for engineers-in-training, also called members-in-training, interns, pre-registration candidates, or junior engineers depending upon the jurisdiction.

Becoming an engineer-in-training before obtaining your engineering licence is mandatory in Québec, and Saskatchewan. While it might not be mandatory in some jurisdictions, becoming an engineer-in-training is highly recommended in other provinces and territories for several good reasons.

Follow the links below to find out more about program benefits and requirements in your province or territory, or to apply for membership: