Licence to Practise

Every person who engages in the practice of engineering in the Province of Prince Edward Island must have a valid certificate of registration, licence to practise or certificate of engineer-in-training in accordance with the Engineering Profession Act and By-laws.

Any applicant for a licence to practise who satisfies the Council that he/she

(a) is not a resident of Prince Edward Island;
(b) is a registered Member in Good Standing with an Engineering Association in any province or territory;
(c) has successfully completed any examinations that may be prescribed by the Council;
(d) has paid the fees as prescribed in the bylaws, shall be entitled to a licence to practise.

Any applicant for a licence to practise who satisfies the Council that he/she

(a) is not a resident of Canada;
(b) is a member in good standing in any engineering or technical organization or society of standing recognized by the Council;
(c) has filed with the Registrar satisfactory proof that such person is qualified to practise professional engineering;
(d) has successfully completed the National Professional Practice Examination and any other examinations that may be prescribed by the Council;
(e) has completed twelve months of work experience in a Canadian environment or approved equivalent; and
(f) has paid the fees as prescribed in the by-laws, shall be entitled to a licence to practise.

Dues and Fees for Licence to Practise

Registration Fee $100.00 (non recurring as long as membership is kept current)
Annual Dues $450.00 (All licences are issued on a calendar year basis)**
Annual LTP Stamp $30.00

All fees and annual dues must accompany the application form.  Signed and stamped forms can be emailed to Kim at info@EngineersPEI.com.  If you wish to pay via credit card, visit our homepage, www.EngineersPEI.com.  On the Pay Dues link, click on the down arrow and choose "LTP Registration Fee & Dues - $600.00 and click "Buy Now".  The amount includes a PayPal Administrative Fee.

** A Licence to Practise expires on December 31st of each year, regardless of when the licence was approved.

NOTE: Any partnership, association of persons or corporation must obtain a Certificate of Authorization to practise professional engineering in its own name.