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1 University of Calgary Faculty of Engineering Planning Workshop H. Neil Windsor, P.Eng. Executive Director & Registrar 10 May 2005

2 New Mission & Vision (proposed) Mission To serve the public interest by regulating the practice of engineering and geoscience in Alberta, by providing leadership for our professions, and by upholding our members in their professional practices. Vision We will be a valued agent of excellence in professional practice and an internationally respected leader of the engineering and geoscience professions.

3 APEGGA Governance Structure APEGGA Members Branches Alberta Govt. (EGGP Act) Alberta Public Council Comm. & Task Forces APEGGA Council CCPE, CCPG Directors Executive Director & Registrar Executive Committee Statutory Comm. & Boards Advisory Committees APEGGA Staff

4 APEGGA Organizational Structure

5 ANNUAL BUSINESS CYCLE STRATEGIC PLAN Council (policy) BUSINESS PLAN Executive Director (operation) BUDGET Exec. Dir. – Finance – Council (stewardship) AUDIT Council (stewardship)

6 Guiding Principles Public Interest – the protection of the public is paramount in all that we do Professionalism – skilled and ethical practice is provided by our members Relevance – value is delivered to our members and stakeholders Trust – our professional reputation and ability to serve society is founded on earned public trust Fairness – everyone is treated fairly, and with dignity and respect Transparency – processes are fair, impartial, and accountable to members and the public

7 Strategic Directions Regulate Practice – self-governance, licensure flexibility, national associations, globalization, mobility, compliance, quality of members, competency based licensure Lead the Professions – proactive leadership, value of professions, best governance practices Uphold Members – promote public image of members, value of licensure to members and stakeholders, differentiation of members, professional development Communicate and Consult – members & stakeholders, two- way, engagement, respect minority views

8 Strategy - Priority Initiatives Personalize professionalism Ensure quality of offshore work Enhance society’s understanding of the professions Consult & communicate effectively Understand & address member needs

9 The Future internationally educated graduates emerging disciplines technologists knowledge worker supply vs. demand importing professional services (outsourcing)

10 The Concept EGGP Act = umbrella flexibility - laddered licensure Board of Examiners control licensure maintain “Gold Standard” certify to level of competence – limited license ? consideration nationally

11 Principles public protection is paramount integrated regulation only those competent are licensed practitioners can be licensed to their potential

12 Government Direction Uniform professional legislation One act for all practitioners in a profession License only those who need to be License to capability Practitioners must be allowed to do what they are trained to do

13 R.P.T. Geoscience P. Eng P. Geol P.Geoph Member in Training C.E.T. R.E.T. Independent Practice UnderSupervision Inclusivity Consultation Group – Licensure Alternatives R.P.T. Eng R.P.T. Restricted Scope New Category Member in Verification Practice of Engineering, Geology, Geophysics

14 Internationally Educated Graduates FC2I – from consideration to integration CCPE initiative HRDC funding

15 Membership Count (April 2005) Professional Members P.Eng.24,650 P.Geol 2,470 P.Geoph. 838 Dual Membership 81 TOTAL 28,039 Member In Training E.I.T. 5,224 Geol.I.T. 416 Geoph.I.T. 131 TOTAL 5,771 ASAP 4,070 Licensees 265 RPTs 141 Total 38, 286 Permits to Practice3,326

16 Membership Applications

17 Members

18 The 20-Year Context Professional Engineers and Engineers-in-Training

19 Supply & Demand

20 APEGGA Student Advantage Program

21 National Professional Practice Examinations

22 Professional Development Events Event Students Seminar - Soft Skills Mixers Seminars - Practice of the Professions – Geos60*60* Ring Workshop1,0261,057 MITs Seminars Member Induction Ceremony Internationally Educated Graduates Seminars0109 MITs/Professional Members PD Days PD Conference Total3,8853,930 * Approximate

23 Economic Impact direct $18 B/yr $400 m/yr consulting services exported major projects inventory Alberta - $107B PNW regional - $200B

24 Leadership - Workforce Development PNWER Alberta Chamber of Resources Economic Development Agencies Alaska/Alberta Bi-lateral Council

25 Leadership - Mobility Inter-Association Mobility Agreements International Agreements NAFTA Washington Accord MOU with France PNWER NCEES Western Zone NCEES National Bilateral discussions with State Boards

26 University of Calgary Faculty of Engineering Planning Workshop H. Neil Windsor, P.Eng. Executive Director & Registrar 10 May 2005


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