Engineers Canada partners with German International Development Agency to apply PIEVC Protocol in Brazil, Costa Rica, Vietnam, and the Nile River Basin
Engineers Canada and the German International Development Agency (GIZ) have partnered on a 32-month project that will see Engineers Canada’s Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) Protocol used to conduct climate vulnerability assessments on infrastructure in three GIZ partner countries—Brazil, Costa Rica, and Vietnam—as well as in the Nile Basin Initiative, a consortium of 11 East African countries.
2017.10.17 Call for Expressions of Interest in Joining the Qualifications Board
The Qualifications Board supports regulatory excellence as well as the sustainability and confidence in the profession
2017.10.18 Accreditation renewal activities gaining momentum
Through the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board, one of Engineers Canada’s core functions is the accreditation of undergraduate engineering programs in Canada. A strong, relevant accreditation system provides quality assurance, fosters continual improvement of engineering education and promotes the mobility of graduates.
2017.10.16 Understanding the Changing Legal Climate: A Primer on Climate Law for Engineers and Other Professionals
Engineers Canada, Zizzo Strategy and Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) are jointly offering a 2-day professional development course entitled “Understanding the Changing Legal Climate: A Primer on Climate Law for Engineers and Other Professionals.”
2017.09.27 Infrastructure Resilience Professional (IRP) Credential Course Continuing Professional Development Short Course
Climate change is here. It has already had a serious impact on our infrastructure, economy and environment; and its future impacts will only grow with time. Mitigation efforts may slow the rate of change, but are unlikely to reverse the trend.
2017.09.20 Manulife’s REDLab promotes innovation in research, design, and prototyping
In August, Engineers Canada’s Member Services Team paid a visit to Manulife’s REDLab in Kitchener, ON.
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