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If you require information regarding individual Members or Companies shown on the directory, please To view the scope of practice fora Limited Engineering Licence holder, click here to access the subpage. Please Note: an Employer Company does not hold a Certificate of Compliance (C of C) and is not registeredtoprovideengineering services in Nova Scotia. ... continue reading »
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TheBoard of Examiners (BOE) of Engineers Nova Scotia reviews academic qualifications of applicants applying for registration with Engineers Nova Scotia to determine the level and quality of academic training. The Board's purpose is protection of the public by ensuring that applicants are qualified to practice engineering in Nova Scotia. If academic qualifications need to be confirmed, exams will b... continue reading »
Emails by subject enquiry for your use during the Engineers Nova Scotia office closure due to COVID-19: For applications and required documents, submit by email For mentor reports, email National professional practice exam (NPPE)enquiries, email To order replacement stamps... continue reading »
Graduates with an undergraduate engineering degree from an International University and graduates with an engineering related undergraduate science degree must apply for an assessment by the Engineers Nova Scotia Board of Examiners. A World Education Services (WES) ICAP course-by-course credential assessment is nowrequired for an assessment by the Board of Examiners.You must select Engineers Nova... 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 »
Graduates with an accredited undergraduate engineering degree from a Canadian University are eligible to apply for Engineer-in-Training. If applying with over 48 months of engineering experience, experience records will be submitted to the Board of Examiners for review. For a list of accredited engineering degrees by University, please refer to the CEAB Accreditation Report page 31, found here.... continue reading »
The basic requirements: Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB)accredited bachelor of engineering degree or academic qualificationsapproved by the Board of Examiners 48 months of engineering experience with Canadian environment content approved through the Mentor Program or by the Board of Examiners acceptable references successful completion of the National Professional Practice Exa... continue reading »
A Professional Engineer who isregistered elsewhere in Canada or the USA who does not reside in Nova Scotia, would apply forFull Non Resident membership. Registeredin Canada Please complete and submit an online application and upload the following required documents and fees with your application: completed Online Application completed Company Application form, if applicable all fees inclu... continue reading »
Former members of Engineers Nova Scotia who wish to become active members again would apply for reinstatement. Reinstatement from Resigned You must send the following documents: completed application, signed and dated application fees and dues (fees here) current, valid, government issued, photo identification with your signature current resume* detailed work experience records* if... continue reading »