In the APEGS process, becoming an engineer-in-training is the first step towards registration as a Professional Engineer, regardless of how much experience you may have, or from where you received your education.
To become an engineer-in-training you must demonstrate that you have met the academic requirement for licensure as a professional engineer.
For information on the application process, choose the option below that best applies to you.
If you have a Canadian bachelor’s degree in engineering accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) you should apply under the Engineer-in-Training – Canadian Graduate category.
If you have a bachelor’s degree from outside of Canada or a Canadian degree that is not accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) you should apply under the Engineer-in-Training –International Graduate category.
Engineer-in-Training – Previously Licensed with APEGS
If you were previously licensed as an engineer-in-training with APEGS, please visit the Reinstatement section on our site for information on how to re-apply.
Engineer-in-Training – Elsewhere in Canada
If you are an engineer-in-training, or have met the academic requirement for licensure elsewhere in Canada, you may apply through a simplified process that’s available through Inter-Association Mobility.