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Last Updated: January, 2023 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. If you require further information, please contact Check theEvents Calendarherefor further information onCPD s... continue reading »
Learn about the different engineering disciplines, which universities offer an engineering program in Nova Scotia, what kind of salary you can expect to earn as an engineer and much more. Canadian Universities with Accredited Engineering Programs A Career in Engineering Brochure CLICK HERE Online Student Application form Teachers - What SAC can do for you. The Engineers Nova Scotia Stu... continue reading »
Role of Committee To recommend and implement award programs for students at all levels To make students aware of the professional association To promote Engineers Nova Scotia among engineering students To study and make recommendations relating to services for students at all levels To support appropriate activities at Dalhousie University and the Associated Universities To maintain and... continue reading »
Informal education includes learning activities that are not normally offered by an educational institution or other formalized organization, but do indeed expand knowledge, skills or judgment. Informal education activities may include: Self-directed study (ex. learning new software). Attendance at conferences, technical sessions, talks, seminars, workshops, and industry trade shows Attendanc... continue reading »
Awards Presented at the Annual Business Meeting The call for nominations is sent to members in May of each year. Nominations are now open for the 2023 awards, which will be presented duing ABM events on October 25, 2023. The deadline for nominations is July 7, 2023 (by 3:00 pm). Nomination packages for the 2023 awards are available below: F.H. Sexton Gold Medal Award- submission f... continue reading »
Engineers Nova Scotia formally established the Women In Engineering Committee in 2014. Vision: To promote the increased participation and advancement of women in the engineering profession. Purpose: To actively work towards the goal of having 30% of newly licensed engineers as women by 2030 and to support the women members of Engineers Nova Scotia through planning and promotion of networking and... continue reading »
The EP Committees vision is to foster pride and participation in Engineers Nova Scotia for Engineers-in-Training and new Professional Engineers. The committee aims to encourage involvement and engagement, which contributes to the overall success of our province. The EP Committee achieves this vision by facilitating volunteering opportunities, professional development sessions, and social networki... continue reading »
Professional liability insurance is also known as errors and omissions or malpractice insurance. This type of insurance is purchased by professionals to address business liability risks that are not covered by their commercial general liability policies. The insurance protects engineering firms, their employees and clients from serious financial disruption. In practical terms, the insurance also p... continue reading »
Engineers Nova Scotia offers members a digital signature through Notarius. The cost of this service is $195 a year, with a one-time setup fee of $99.Get a digital signature for another provincial engineering regulator for $99 (and no setup fee), once you hold an approved and activated digital signature. Update: Prices have changed as of January 1, 2023. Click here for more information. Order... continue reading »