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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. To view information related toSuspended and Restricted Registrants,click here to access the subpage. To view information related to Public Notices, cl... continue reading »
Engineers Nova Scotia provides a free electronic posting service to registered engineering firms (companies that pay annual dues). Free postings are only applicable to positions located in Nova Scotia. Non-registrant companies, search organizations, and recruitment or staffing agencies, as well as any out-of-province opportunities, are subject to the following rates.* One month Single Job Posti... continue reading »
This page contains links to websites of partners of Engineers Nova Scotia and other Professional Associations. Click on one of thenames below to open up the associated website. Consulting Engineers of Nova Scotia TechNova - Certified Technology Professionals Nova Scotia Association of Architects Association of Professional Geoscientists of Nova Scotia (APGNS) Immigrant Services Association... continue reading »
There are three categories of exams that may apply to applicants throughout their path to registration with Engineers Nova Scotia. The Fundamentals of Engineering Exam (FE): This online exam is administered by NCEES and is not required for all applicants. More information can be found on the FE page. National Technical Exams (NTE): These online exams are administered by Engineers and G... continue reading »
List to Audio version: An engineer practicing in Nova Scotia is required by law under the Nova Scotia Engineering Profession Act By-Laws to be registered with Engineers Nova Scotia. An engineer may work in Nova Scotia under the supervision of a Professional Engineer without registering, but may not call themselves an engineer until they are registered with Engineers Nova Scotia. There are a... continue reading »
Listen to Audio Version: Graduates with an undergraduate engineering degree that is not a CEAB degree and does not fall within a Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) must apply for an assessment by the Engineers Nova Scotia Board of Examiners. The application for assessment can be accessed through our online application portal. Applicants that meet the criteria outlined above must complete t... continue reading »
Listen to Audio Version: This page will provide you with information on the requirements for registration at Engineers Nova Scotia. Please read through this information carefully and if you have outstanding questions, please refer to the Registration (How to Apply) page for detailed application requirement information and information on contacting the appropriate area with questions. ... continue reading »
Listen to Audio Version: To apply to be become an Engineer-in-Training in Nova Scotia, you must have a Bachelor of Engineering Degree that is: Accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) -CEAB Accreditation Reportpage 32 From a university program covered by anInternational Mobility Agreement Deemed to be equivalent and approved by the Board of Examiners after an ass... continue reading »
Listen to Audio Version: To apply to be become a Professional Engineer in Nova Scotia, you must: Be academically qualified Have 48 months of approved engineering experience, including 12 months in a Canadian environment (or equivalent) Provide three acceptable references Successfully complete the National Professional Practice Exam More information on meeting these application requirem... continue reading »
Listen to Audio Version: Professional Engineers who are registered in another Canadian jurisdiction or in the USA and do not reside in Nova Scotia should complete a Full Non-Resident application. If you have previously been registered with Engineers Nova Scotia as a P. Eng. and wish to reinstate your license, complete an application for Reinstatement. Registered in Canada Applicants that... continue reading »