Events

  • 2022 NAPEG Professional Development Symposium

  • NAPEG and NAPEGG Education Foundation AGM

  • PIEVC Protocol Course

    The Climate Risk Institute is pleased to announce the next offering of the online PIEVC Protocol Course! The PIEVC Protocol Course will be offered online from January 20, 2021 to February 17, 2021.The Protocol is a practical tool and process that systematically assesses the risks of extreme weather and future climate on public infrastructure.     Successful completion of this course will be recognized by the Climate Risk Institute as meeting one of the requirements of the Infrastructure Resilience Professional (IRP) designation. The course may also be taken as continuing professional development. Description This online course provides participants with information about, and practice with the PIEVC Protocol, a practical…

  • Climate Change and Infrastructure Risk Assessment – The PIEVC Protocol

    This online training provides participants with information about, and practice with the PIEVC Protocol, a practical tool and process that supports the systematic assessment of the risks of extreme weather and future climate in relation to public infrastructure. Developed by Engineers Canada in partnership with Natural Resources Canada, the Protocol is a structured procedure using standard risk assessment processes to assess and fully document the vulnerability of infrastructure to the impacts of current and future climate at a screening level, and related risks.

  • CCWESTT2020 Virtual Speaker Series 4: Sherry Holmes

    Virtual Speaker Series 4: Sherry Holmes CA$21.00 incl. CA$1.00 GST Sales end on Nov 26, 2020 Topic: When Mike Holmes is your father and mentor: learning to love skilled trades   Sherry’s story will delight, make you laugh and inspire attendees with her personal story about growing up Holmes and getting into the trades. Sherry continues co-hosting in new renovation shows with her father and brother while being a mom, wife and finding time to inspire young children to get into the trades. She will share her challenges and uplifting moments. Sherry will share what she has learned from being…

  • CCWESTT2020 Virtual Speaker Series 3: Julie Angus

    Virtual Speaker Series 3: Julie Angus CA$21.00 incl. CA$1.00 GST Sales end on Nov 18, 2020 Topic: Dream, Dare, Do – Leadership Tips to Achieve the Impossible   Julie was named National Geographic Adventurer of the Year and is a fellow of the Canadian Geographic Society. She’s also a molecular biologist, best-selling author and entrepreneur. Leadership has been essential to success on her expeditions and elsewhere, and she shares lessons she’s learned from rowing across the Atlantic Ocean. Being able to row 10,000 km, survive a hurricane and live for five months on a tiny rowboat required strong leadership, good…

  • CCWESTT2020 Virtual Speaker Series 2: Dr. Gina Cody

    Virtual Speaker Series 2: Dr. Gina Cody CA$21.00 incl. CA$1.00 GST Sales end on Nov 12, 2020 Topic: Lessons from a Trailblazer: A Fireside Chat with Dr. Gina Cody   Join us for a moderated conversation with Dr. Gina Cody, a Canadian-Iranian engineer and business leader and the benefactor of the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science at Concordia University. In this session we’ll explore Dr. Cody’s thoughts on ambition, motivation, work-life balance, and her hopes for the future of the engineering profession. This session will be hosted by Nusraat Masood, the Director for Wise Kidnetic Energy, and…

  • CCWESTT2020 Virtual Speaker Series 1: Angeline Nelson and Dr. Cidro

    Virtual Series 1: Angeline Nelson and Dr. Cidro CA$21.00 incl. CA$1.00 GST Sales end on Nov 6, 2020 CST Wii Chiiwaakanak, Walking Together: Why Indigenous-led STEAM Programming is Critical   Angeline Nelson and Dr. Jaime Cidro lead the Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre(WLC)all-female indigenous team. Angeline Nelson and Dr. Jaime Cidro will share their insight on reconciliation, partnerships, indigenous knowledge and achievements. Ultimately, the goal of this outreach is to light educational pathways for underserved children from a young age and to do that, representation and inclusion are key.

  • Engineers and Geoscientists BC’s 2020 Virtual Annual Conference

    Engineers and Geoscientists BC’s 2020 Virtual Annual Conference Register

  • NAPEG Digital Signature – Free Webinar

    Going Paperless is the Goal, Digital Signatures are the Solution. Discover the advantages and benefits of a digital signature. This free 60 minute presentation will include a general overview of digital signatures, general concepts and a complete product demonstration to showcase how to use digital signatures to sign and seal electronic files. Lastly, we will answer the most common questions related to using digital signatures in the workplace and how they can be accepted and verified by clients and government agencies. Register for the Webinar here After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.…