Chemical engineer

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    Professions Regulated by Professional Bodies Incorporated by Royal Charter are a list of certain Chartered titles, professional titles or designatory letters that are protected by a competent authority holding a Royal Charter.
  • Engineers Canada (2019/07/15 00:06)
    Engineers Canada is pleased to welcome David T. Lynch, PhD, DSc(Hon.), FCAE, FCIC, FEC, FEIC, FGC (Hon.), P.Eng., as president for the 2019–2020 term. In the coming year, Lynch and the Engineers Canada Board will work with the engineering regulators to advance the profession in the public interest.
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    To take responsibility for your engineering work in Canada, you need to have an engineering licence. To obtain a licence, you need to meet requirements in academics, work experience, language, good character, and professionalism and ethics.
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    Becoming an engineer is a process that varies widely around the world. In some regions, use of the term "engineer" is regulated, in others it is not. Where engineering is a regulated profession, there are specific procedures and requirements for obtaining a registration, charter or license to practice engineering.
  • Engineer - Wikipedia (2019/07/12 21:02)
    The practice of engineering in the UK is not a regulated profession but the control of the titles of chartered engineer (CEng) and incorporated engineer (IEng) is regulated. These titles are protected by law and are subject to strict requirements defined by the Engineering Council UK. The title CEng is in use in much of the Commonwealth.
  • Regulated profession - Chartered chemical engineer (United ... (2019/07/12 18:53)
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    Regulated profession: Engineer; ... Note: This Fact Sheet was developed by Manitoba Education and Training, Immigration and Economic Opportunities Division. It serves as a guide and will be updated periodically. When researching information on professional registration policies and procedures, always refer to the regulator to ensure accurate ...
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    These engineering regulators are the constituent associations of Engineers Canada. They regulate the engineering profession and license professional engineers in Canada. What is the connection between Engineers Canada and its engineering regulators? Engineers Canada exists to support the engineering regulators.
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    regulated, the recognition of your qualifications will be determined by the appropriate provincial or territorial regulatory authority; non-regulated, recognition is normally at the discretion of the employer. To work in a regulated profession or trade and use a reserved title, you must obtain a licence to practise or a certificate of ...
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