We get lots of great questions from our clients who are studying for the NPPE and don’t quite understand everything they read from the law and ethics textbooks.  That is perfectly normal as it is not common for engineers to have a strong legal or ethical foundation at the start of their studies.  This skill…

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COVID-19 update – what is the impact to my engineering licensing? Click to read more. Here is your monthly dose of my Canadian engineering news created for licensed and aspiring engineers, geoscientists and technicians in Canada. Stay informed and impress your colleagues with your newfound knowledge. Engineers Making Headlines Expand B.C. engineer, Ray Taheri, has…

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In April 2020, PEO adopted the national professional practice exam (NPPE) as a permanent solution to the law and ethics licensing step. Advantages of the NPPE The NPPE has two distinct advantages over the now-retired PPE: It gives applicants the ability to take the exam when social distancing measures are in place.  This means virtual…

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COVID-19 update – what is the impact to my engineering licensing? Click to read more. Here is your monthly dose of my Canadian engineering news created for licensed and aspiring engineers, geoscientists and technicians in Canada. Stay informed and impress your colleagues with your newfound knowledge. Engineers Making Headlines Expand Geoffroy de Reynal, a French…

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Here is your monthly dose of my Canadian engineering news created for licensed and aspiring engineers, geoscientists and technicians in Canada. Stay informed and impress your colleagues with your newfound knowledge. Engineers Making Headlines Expand Chris Arai, and electrical engineer, fireproofed his home in California over the course of 15 years and it was the…

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