APEGGA is poised to administer the writing of U.S. fundamentals
of engineering examinations for the second time in the Association’s
history. Deadline is March 1 to register for the exams, which
APEGGA staff will proctor in Calgary and Edmonton on April
Where the exams will be written depends on the numbers of
Successful completion of the eight-hour FE examination is
the first step towards licensure in U.S. states as a professional
engineer carrying the designation of P.E. Receiving licensure
in other jurisdictions is a good career move for engineers
who want to work outside Canada.
FE exams are held twice a year, in October and April. Actual
licensure remains the jurisdiction of each U.S. state’s
board, but passing the FE exams of the National Council of
Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors is a requirement. Last
fall 67 members wrote the exams in Calgary and Edmonton.
Registrations for the April 17 exams must be received by
March 1 – there will be no extensions. Cost is $125
US, which must be paid in U.S. funds. APEGGA will accept
VISA, MasterCard, bank drafts in U.S. dollars or U.S. cash.
Registration forms are available online at www.apegga.org.
You can submit your registration online, which is the preferred
method, or print a form, fill it out and fax it to Carolyn
Deets at (780) 426-1877. For more information, phone Manager
of Examinations Dr. Milt Petruk, P.Eng., at (780) 426-3990,
toll free 1-800-661-7020, ext. 2815, or e-mail him, email@example.com.