International Mobility - Australia


Chartered Professional Engineer with Engineers Australia 


Applies only to an engineer who has been granted registration by Engineers Australia, and has been admitted according to detailed assessment carried out by Engineers Australia. It does not include applicants granted registration through a third party mutual recognition agreement. 


Requirements


The following documents are required for this process:

  • Engineer-in-Training application and fee ($210 non-refundable)

  • Original or certified/notarized copies of all university transcripts and certificates/diplomas 

  • Letter of good standing from Engineers Australia (must be sent directly to APEGS). 
  • From your Engineers Australia application, Engineering Practice Report and Engineers Australia Interview Report. 
  • Proof of C.P.Eng designation and/or proof of registration on the NPER (direct from Engineers Australia or original or notarized copy).
  • Cover letter indicating that you are applying under the professional level Mutual Recognition Agreement with Engineers Australia.
  • Proof of identity.
  • Resume of engineering work experience since completing your bachelor degree in engineering. 


Documents must be sent to APEGS by mail. Scanned or faxed copies are not acceptable.


Application Process


Once your engineer-in-training application has been approved, you will be notified in writing. Then your file will be passed to the Director of Registration to grant the three years of international experience credit that you are entitled to, and you will be notified in writing when that has taken place. 

Step 1: Submit Engineer-in-Training Application


On-line Engineer-in-Training Application

You may apply for engineer-in-training online using a credit card. This is the quickest and preferred way to apply. Choose the application type "Engineer-in-Training - Intl grad".

OR

Member-in-Training paper application form

You may apply using the printed application form only if a company is paying the application fee by cheque or the company who is paying the application fee does not pay GST (such as Government of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Watershed Authority). Do not submit the paper application form if you apply on-line.


Step 2: Submit required documents

After you have applied on-line, submit the required documents. Some of the documents you mail directly to the APEGS office by mail. Others you will have to arrange for them to be sent directly from Engineers Australia as follows:

  • Original or certified/notarized copies of all university transcripts and certificates/diplomas - this must be sent by regular mail either by you or by Engineers Australia with the letter of good standing.

  • Letter of good standing from Engineers Australia - this must be sent directly to APEGS by Engineers Australia through regular mail. 
  • From your Engineers Australia application, Engineering Practice Report and Engineers Australia Interview Report - this must be sent by regular mail either by you or by Engineers Australia with the letter of good standing
  • Proof of C.P.Eng designation and/or proof of registration on the NPER - this must be sent either directly to APEGS from Engineers Australia or you can mail the original or notarized copy through regular mail.
  • Cover letter indicating that you are applying under the professional level Mutual Recognition Agreement with Engineers Australia - this can be sent by regular mail or by email to apegs@apegs.ca 
  • Proof of identity (ID). Complete the Proof of ID Guarantor form and send it, and a copy of your govrnment issued photo ID to APEGS by mail. The guarantor may be either a Notary Public, an Candian P.Eng. or P.Geo or an Australian Chartered Engineer.
  • Resume of engineering work experience since completing your bachelor degree in engineering - this can be sent by regular mail or by email to apegs@apegs.ca (along with your cover letter).



Next Steps


Once you are approved as an engineer-in-training and have been granted three years of international experience credit toward professional registration, then you must submit one year of Canadian or equivalent-to-Canadian experience once you have obtained it. The Member-In-Training page explains the requirements a member-in-training must meet before he or she may apply as a professional member.


Important!
 

If during the registration process APEGS discovers that an applicant or member may not meet the Good Character Guideline then action will be taken.


Questions

If you have any questions concerning the application process for mutual recognition agreements, please contact the Academic Review Assistant at the APEGS office: Local Regina 525-9547, Toll free 1-800-500-9547 or by email at academicreview@apegs.ca.

 


Related Documents


Good Character Guideline


Related Links


On-line Application System
Member-in-training
FAQs Applicants