Professional Licensing Exam for P.Eng. and P.Geo. in Canada
What You Will Learn
Learn the methodology and approach to achieve success in the NPPE
How to manage your time to finish your exam successfully
Present the actual exam confidently after completing the course
Understand regulations governing professional engineering practice in Canada
Embrace ethical behavior and practice vital for effective engineering practice
Understand legal concepts and laws professional engineers must know
Appreciate the impact of decision engineers make on society and environment
You must registered be as an EIT or GIT. You will learn everything here
Improve your chances of success in passing the National Professional Practice Examination (NPPE) required for the P.Eng. license in Canada.
You will learn about the ethical aspects, social responsibility and the sustainability issues faced by professional engineers in engineering practice. Laws of contracts and torts will also be covered.
This preparation course will help you to pass the National Profession Practice Examination (NPPE) and earn your Professional Engineering License (P.Eng.) in Canada. The NPPE is a computer-based exam required to practice engineering or the geosciences in Canada (excluding Quebec). The objective of this course is to build your foundation of knowledge on ethics, law and professional practice topics. The course covers the NPPE exam syllabus topics under the six major categories:
The topics of this course are
III. Professional Practice
IV. Law for Professional Practice
V. Professional Law
VI. Regulation of Members & Discipline Processes NEW: Ontario Regulations only for Engineers looking to register to PEO
The NPPE confirms knowledge of professionalism, law, and ethics. Twelve engineering and geoscience self-regulatory organizations in Canada currently use the NPPE. The NPPE follows all relevant standards detailed in the Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing to ensure that the exam program is valid, reliable, and fair (psychometrically defensible).
Who this course is for:
- Professional Engineers (PEng) or Geoscientists (PGeo) Candidates in Canada
Introduction to Professionalism