Events

  • NAPEG PD Symposium

  • NAPEG and NAPEGG Education Foundation AGM

  • 2022 Nunavut Mining Symposium

    The 2022 Nunavut Mining Symposium is set for April 4 – 7, 2022 and it will be an in-person event in Iqaluit with an option to participate in some sessions virtually. Registration deadline is March 11, 2022 and is capped at 200 people in person at this time.  The NMS is committed to providing a safe event experience that abides by all Public Health guidelines. As such, attendees may be asked to do the following:  1 – Pre-select their attendance at sessions to abide by gathering  restrictions 2 – Wear a mask at all events.  3 – Provide proof of double…

  • Blended Learning Course: Valuation of Mineral Projects Based on Technical and Financial Modelling

    Overview Companies that are able to secure debt finance for both development and acquisition of advanced projects have greater strategic flexibility. Understanding how debt impacts the valuation of projects allows for an objective approach to determining levels of gearing; this is relevant to both the investment banking and mining communities. The Valuation of Mineral Projects course is designed to address these issues. This course is for professionals with a basic to intermediate understanding of the principles of the accounting cash flow model that wish to gain expertise in quantitative finance in the context of mining. Actual operating mine valuations are…

  • Canada’s Climate Change Adaptation Platform Webinar Series presents: Get to Know the New, Interactive Map of Adaptation Actions

    Speakers: Valerie Coté, Canadian Center for Climate Services Casey Clunas , Canadian Center for Climate Services Joanne Egan, Natural Resources Canada Description: Decision-makers and adaptation practitioners across Canada have identified the need for accessible examples of climate change adaptation actions, from others that have faced similar issues, as a key tool when incorporating climate change considerations into their work. The new Map of Adaptation Actions aims to address this need by providing interactive, one-stop-shop for examples of climate change adaptation from across Canada, including examples from the national assessment process, Canada in a Changing Climate: Advancing our Knowledge for Action. Join us in a 60-minute session entirely dedicated to exploring…

  • Webinar Series

    FEES: Practicing engineers: $210.00 (including HST) Engineers looking for work, retired or on maternity/paternity leave: $70.00 (including HST) Engineering students: $70.00 (including HST) Total (capped fee) = $ 1,050 (including HST) REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT By Interac. I have setup an Interac auto deposit account. After choosing Interac e-transfer you will be asked the following: • Name: Enter – Helwig Hydrotechnique Ltd • Contact Method – Choose email and enter hydrophil2003@yahoo.ca • In the message box please provide the following information: Your Name Your email address By Cheque: Please mail cheque to: Royal Bank of Canada, 337 Freshwater Road, St. John’s…

  • Application of Geophysical Methods in Energy Geosciences

    See the workshop website.

  • Climate Risk Institute Climate Change and Infrastructure Risk Assessment – the PIEVC Protocol

    As part of their Infrastructure Resilience Professional (IRP) Credentialling program, the Climate Risk Institute is offering two online courses. The Asset Management and Climate Resiliency course (September 7-October 21, 2021) introduces the fundamentals of asset management so that learners can identify the benefits and challenges of infrastructure asset management and link this to their own practice, including land use planning, operations and maintenance, finance, and risk management. The Climate Change and Infrastructure Risk Assessment – the PIEVC Protocol course (October 6-November 3, 2021) will provide infrastructure professionals with information about, and practice with the PIEVC Protocol.

  • Climate Risk Institute Asset Management and Climate Resiliency course

    As part of their Infrastructure Resilience Professional (IRP) Credentialling program, the Climate Risk Institute is offering two online courses. The Asset Management and Climate Resiliency course (September 7-October 21, 2021) introduces the fundamentals of asset management so that learners can identify the benefits and challenges of infrastructure asset management and link this to their own practice, including land use planning, operations and maintenance, finance, and risk management. The Climate Change and Infrastructure Risk Assessment – the PIEVC Protocol course (October 6-November 3, 2021) will provide infrastructure professionals with information about, and practice with the PIEVC Protocol.

  • The seventh edition of Sustainability in Practice begins

    After six previous successful offerings and more than 9,000 participants worldwide, Engineers Canada and Polytechnique Montréal have opened registration for a seventh offering of their free online course, Sustainability in Practice. Register here. The massive open online course is offered in both English and French and uses real-life case studies from across Canada to demonstrate the practical application of Engineers Canada’s 10 principles of sustainable development and environmental stewardship for engineers. The course is completed entirely online and can be completed at each participant’s own pace. “Hearing from professionals from several sectors and regions enriched the presentations and gave us…