Member Announcements – Apr 20
Announcement Date: 04.20.2023
The Camp 20 will hold the 2023 Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer on April 26, 2023. The event will be held at the Surgeon Lieutenant-Commander W. Anthony Paddon Building, St. John’s. Obligated engineers are invited to attend. Space is limited, so those who wish to attend must pre-register on Camp 20’s website
The Corporation of the Seven Wardens, a not-for-profit organization responsible for the Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer (iron ring ceremony) have issued a call for expressions of interest for replacing the poems currently used in the Ritual. The intent of the replacement is to help make the ceremony more inclusive and to reflect the diversity of contemporary society. If you are interested in responding to the call for interest or know someone who is, more information can be found at CSW POEM EOI (ironring.ca). Deadline: May 1.
Leadership Opportunity : Director of Engineering and Asset Management, Town of Stephenville
The 30 by 30 Initiative is the national goal shared by all 12 provincial and territorial regulators and Engineers Canada to raise the percentage of newly licensed engineers who are women to 30 per cent by the year 2030. The goal of the 2023 Conference is to provide a forum for employers to share their efforts and lessons on creating an inclusive workplace. Learn more on how you can participate and register.
***NEW*** "Anxiety, Stress & Mindfulness” workshop series starts soon. This weekly series will run from April 26 to May 31, in-person and online (hybrid) and help participants transform the way they deal with anxiety and stress in their lives.
Gardiner Center has the following training opportunities available for registration:
- Microsoft Excel Level 1: Formatting, Filters & Functions: Live Online April 20, 2023
- The SIMPLE Approach to Investigating Workplace Incident: In Person April 24-25, 2023
***NEW*** Climate Risk Institute is offering a professional development opportunity in climate change risk, resilience and adaptation for infrastructure practitioners and professionals. Infrastructure professionals and Engineers can choose from a selection of courses or pursue the Infrastructure Resilience Professional (IRP) credential by taking the series of six courses. CRI’s courses are led by experienced subject-matter experts, and the online learning environment blends self-paced learning with live sessions with instructors and peers. Learn more on how to register.
EngineersPEI presents Construction Law, May 9 - 10, 9am—12:30pm
The law seems confusing and dealing with lawyers on legal issues seems even more so. This course is not designed to turn participants into lawyers, but to try to help them avoid getting dragged into a legal dispute, alert participants to some of the legal issues they face on the job site, know when to involve a lawyer, and allow the participant to be best positioned in the event of a legal dispute.
Learn more on the course objectives and how to register.
Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology (CCWESTT) Resource Hub showcase strategies, action plans, policies, and programs from across Canada and the world to help your organization successfully support gender equity and inclusion in science, engineering, trades and technology (SETT)
Higher Landing Launches Canadian Clean Energy Shuttle Program (CCES)
CCES is Canada's first clean energy career management program designed to help technical professionals evolve their careers to the clean energy sector where over 400,000 new jobs are expected to be created by 2030. Click here to learn more.
Events & Sessions
***NEW*** Project Management Institute - Newfoundland and Labrador (PMI-NL) Webinar Recording on “Project Change Management and Control”
To access the recording: Project Change Management & Control, + MOC. 2023 04 07, for PMI-NL Chapter by LPS Inc. - YouTube
***NEW*** NLCA Build 2023 Construction Expo - Free Passes!
May 2-3, 9:00 am – 8:00 pm at the Jack Byrne Regional Sport and Entertainment Centre, Torbay.
Free passes are available at the PEGNL office (while quantities last)!
SPE presents Sidetracking with Whipstocks: An Efficient Method for Increasing Your Operational and Asset Value, Apr 24 12—1pm
This presentation will focus on identification of applications and methods to increase operational efficiency in the process of drilling and completing wells along with recovering stranded production in existing fields.
Upcoming Webinars from the PVC Pipe Association:
- External Load Design for PVC Gravity and Pressure Pipes, April 26
- Municipal Case Study Series: City of Regina-Stantec Construction of a 60-Inch PVC Force Main, May 4
- Tapping Small– and Large– Diameter PVC Water Pipe, May 10
CCDC 30 Webinar, May 11
During this presentation, CCDC authors will explain the Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) methodology and the use of CCDC 30. They will review important concepts, including target costs, the risk pool, waiver of liability, the phases of an IPD project, the senior and project management teams, and more.
This webinar will explain how using CCDC 30 can help foster mutual respect and trust on your next project.
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