The Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board consults with stakeholders of the accreditation system on potential changes to accreditation criteria, procedures, or policies. Stakeholders include, but are not limited to regulators, higher education institutions, Engineering Deans Canada, and undergraduate engineering students.

There are currently no scheduled consultations.

Past consultations

Consultation documents Consultation period
CEAB 30 by 30 Working Group Consultation

Consultation document:
CEAB 30 by 30 Working Group Report 

Related information:
Accreditation Criteria and Procedures Report 2021
Suggested interview questions onsite visits
 

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Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board’s 2021 Required Visit Materials Working Group Report

Consultation document:
The Required Materials for a CEAB Visit Working Group Report

Related information:
2021/2022 Accreditation cycle resources

Summary of consultation findings:
Consultation Report: The Required Materials for a CEAB Visit Working Group

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Interpretive statement on licensure expectations and requirements (clauses 8 and 9)

Consultation document
Statement on Licensure - Consultation content

Summary of consultation findings
Report of Interpretive Statement on Licensure Expectations and Requirements Consultation

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Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board’s 2020 Engineering Design Task Force Report

Consultation document:
Engineering design task force report

Related information:
Accreditation Criteria and Procedures Report 2019

Summary of consultation findings:
Report of the CEAB Definition of Engineering Design Task Force

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2019 Consultation on the Curriculum content measurement: Beyond the AU Engineers Canada paper recommendations

Consultation document:
Curriculum content measurement: Beyond the AU

Supporting documents:
Report of the AU Task Force
Report on the AU Task Force’s 2018 consultation

Summary of consultation findings:
Report on the 2019 consultation on the Curriculum content measurement: Beyond the AU paper recommendations.

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