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Resources for Aspiring Engineers in Canada

P.Eng. resources for PPE, FE and Work Experience Record

I thought it might be useful to create a resource page that you can always visit for your path to P.Eng. or P.Geo. needs. Here you will find access to some of my best tools, cheat sheets and resources. I'll keep adding to this page as more resources are developed. I recommend bookmarking it for your reference and convenience. Enjoy!

The resources are organized into the sections below:
1. PPE and NPPE - Cheat Sheets

2. LEED and PMP Course Recommendation

 

1. PPE and NPPE Cheat Sheets

Please fill in the form to start the free mini-course. We just need this basic information to allow you to see some of the course material that is behind the member wall. If you don't see a form, then we already have your login details.


You'll also receive my monthly Canadian engineering newsletter to keep you informed about licensing changes and noteworthy career topics.

An extra hour essay session is added to the end of the NPPE for EGBC writers. So, we have developed 12 essay questions along with our suggested solutions to help you with this additional component on the EGBC-specific section of our NPPE course.

Please fill in the form to start the free mini-course. We just need this basic information to allow you to see some of the course material that is behind the member wall. If you don't see a form, then we already have your login details.


You'll also receive my monthly Canadian engineering newsletter to keep you informed about licensing changes and noteworthy career topics.

 

Where should I send your free SK PPE Cheat Sheet? You'll also receive a few lessons from my course.

 

100% privacy, I will never spam you!

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Where should I send your free OACETT PPE Cheat Sheet? You'll also receive my monthly Canadian engineering news update.

 

100% privacy, I will never spam you!

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2. LEED & PMP Course Recommendations

Two designations have helped me tremendously in my career. When I worked in the construction industry, my PMP and LEED AP designations helped me to:
  • Earn a much higher salary
  • Win more projects for my employer
  • Perform my job with more competency and
  • Receive more job offers and interest on LinkedIn

If either of these designations is common to your industry, you should consider one/both to take your career to the next level. Although I don't have my own courses on these topics, I'm happy to refer to the industry leaders who I turned to when I was preparing for my exams: