Are you an EIT or an internationally trained engineer planning to apply for P.Eng. registration in the structural discipline in B.C.? Curious about the accredited Member-in-Training program from Engineers and Geoscientists BC? This seminar will give you a better understanding of the registration process and requirements using the competency based assessment system.
The seminar will provide you with advice on how to prepare an application package that would facilitate your registration process. In addition, information will be provided on the employer-implemented MIT program that streamlines the application process for P.Eng. registrants.
The focus of the seminar will be on P.Eng. registration; requirements for Struct. Eng. registration will not be covered.
EITs and internationally trained engineers in structural engineering looking for guidance with Engineers and Geoscientists B.C. professional registration as well as members who wish to learn more about the members-in-training program.
Kevin Riederer, MaSc, P.Eng. PE, LEED AP
Kevin is a structural engineer with 15 years of experience currently working with RJC Engineers in Vancouver. He has been involved in the design and construction of low rise to high rise buildings in steel, concrete and wood. He now focuses on specialty and restoration structural engineering including structural condition assessments, seismic risk mitigation, renovations, and structural repair projects for existing buildings. Kevin is currently the SEABC Technical Committee chair and is a past chair of the YMG. He has volunteered in various roles with Engineers and Geoscientists BC since 2003, including the past five years as a member of the Registration Committee.
Leila Lagroix, Program Administrator, Engineers and Geoscientists B.C.
Started in 2015, the accredited employer Member-in-Training program seeks to allow employers to develop their own EIT training program, expediting the professional registration process. This allows the employer to attract and retain well trained EITs and allows the employee to receive better guidance in navigating and gaining competencies required for registration. Leila serves as the program administrator and provides outreach and information to employers interested in establishing the Member-in-Training program.
Wednesday, November 28
Refreshments: 5:30 PM
Presentation: 6:00 PM
Room C400, UBC Robson Square, 800 Robson Street, Vancouver