2.1 Practicing or Non-Practicing
To understand your obligations with regard to this program, you will first determine whether you are a practicing or non-practicing member, based on your current duties and responsibilities. For the purposes of this program, if you have an influence on the practice of engineering, geology or geophysics, regardless of whether you are doing the detailed technical work, you are encouraged to declare yourself as practicing. The legal definitions of the practices of engineering, geology and geophysics appear in Appendix I.
If you declare yourself to be practicing, you should
If you have declared yourself as non-practicing, you
have the choice of opting out of the continuing
professional development program while still retaining
your professional designation. You remain bound by the
Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions
(EGGP) Act, Regulations, Bylaws and the Code of Ethics.
You may not take responsibility for a Permit to Practice.
[ INTRODUCTION ]...[MEMBER STATUS]...[THE PROGRAM]
[KEEPING RECORDS & REPORTING]...[ROLE OF THE EMPLOYER]
[AUDITING OF PROGRAMS]...[APPENDICES: 1, 2, 3]...[WORKSHEETS AND EXAMPLES]