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Former registrants of Engineers Nova Scotia who wish to become active again would apply for reinstatement. Reinstatement from Resigned You must send the following documents: completedOnline Application When you are ready to submit your online application, you will be asked to Submit Application and Pay Now. You will be required to pay the current year dues to submit your application. If... continue reading »
Professional Engineers or Professional Limited Engineering Licensees who are registered in good standing with a constituent engineering association in Canada and now reside in Nova Scotia would select Transfer on the application form. Note: If you were previously registered as a P.Eng. or Eng.L. with Engineers Nova Scotia, do not complete the online Transfer application, complete an applicatio... continue reading »
Under Section 13B of the Engineers Nova Scotia By-laws, a company that provides engineering services in Nova Scotiamust beregistered with Engineers Nova Scotia, and have a Certificate of Compliance from Engineers Nova Scotia. There are two categories ofcompany registration: Certificate of Compliance Company A company that employs a number of engineers and provides engineering services to t... continue reading »
The Council of the Association of Professional Engineers of NovaScotia created a formal Mentor Program through By-Law 13(A)in 1983. [Refer topage 7 of the ByLawsat the back of the Nova Scotia Engineeing Profession Act]. Through the program, an Engineer-in-Training (EIT) is required to establish a relationship with a mentor approved by Engineers Nova Scotia.The mentor assists the EIT in gaining the... continue reading »
Professional Practice: The Engineering Profession Act outlines the duties and responsibilities of professional engineers who practice in Nova Scotia. The Engineering Profession Act defines engineering as the science and art of designing, investigating, supervising the construction, maintenance or operation of, making specifications, inventories or appraisals of, and consultations or reports on m... continue reading »
Last Updated: December, 2020 This pagecontainsinformation about the Continuing Professional Development (CPD)Programat Engineers Nova Scotia. The CPD Policy and Guideline, whichdescribes the program and its requirementsis available HERE. (An updated recorded overview of the CPD Program will be available in the coming months).If you require further information, please contact CPDCommittee@engineer... continue reading »
Are you an engineer educated in another country and thinking of relocating to Nova Scotia, Canadato live and work? Are you an internationally educated engineer (IEE) already living in Nova Scotia? Engineers Nova Scotia works hard to make the registration process as easy to understand as possible. Application information is available under the Assessment section of the website,here. Steps to Re... continue reading »
Branded Merchandise. Frames, Certificates Stamps Certificate Frames - Members can now purchase frames to proudly display their company or membership certificates. Click here. Replacement Certificates or Stamps - to order replacement member or company certificates or member stamps. Clickhere. Online Merchandise Store- Engineers Nova Scotia now has branded merchandise available for purchas... continue reading »
You can request a status change for the following: 1. Half-DuesRequests can be submitted for the following reasons: - on maternity or parental leave, - unemployed or - attending university full time - confirmation of full time attendance is required from the University) 2. Retired Non-Practicing - Must be retired and not practicing engineering. 3. Resignation in good standing - I... continue reading »
In 2013, Engineers Nova Scotia Council approved a motion to create a registrant category for limited licensure. A limited engineering license is a license to practice professional engineering within a well defined and limited scope of practice. This category of registration is for individuals who have academic qualifications other than a university engineering degree, who have gained several ye... continue reading »