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Is this person really a professional engineer? The role of enforcement in protecting the public [Presenter and presentation information to go here]
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What does it take to become a professional engineer? Education Engineering degree from accredited engineering school, or equivalent education acceptable to PEO Experience Four years acceptable, verifiable experience, one year of which is working in a Canadian jurisdiction under supervision of a P.Eng.; Examination Passing Professional Practice Examination in law and ethics
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Why are these qualifications needed? Professional engineering involves work that can affect public health and safety Technical ability alone is not enough Users of engineering services need assurance that suppliers of engineering services can meet the standard
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What denotes a professional engineer? P.Eng. after the person’s name A licence to practise engineering In Ontario, issued by Professional Engineers Ontario
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2009 for the course ME 416 taught by Professor Kauzmania during the Spring '09 term at Windsor.

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