Volunteers & Committees
Approximately 200 volunteer engineers, geoscientists and others generously contribute their time each year, supporting PEGNL’s regulatory and professional affairs. These volunteers and committees assist the CEO in the fulfillment of PEGNL’s regulatory mandate. Do you want to grow and share your expertise with fellow members? We have the volunteer opportunities for you, HERE.
Assesses the education and experience of those applying for full and limited licensure to determine if they meet necessary requirements.
Serves as a member of a pool of individuals from which Adjudication Tribunal members may be selected for disciplinary hearings.
Diversity and inclusion Committee
Helps to identify opportunities to raise awareness of and educate on diversity and inclusion issues in the professions.
Practise Standards and Guidelines Committee
Helps to research, plan, and draft professional practice guidelines. Reviews national and other provincial guidelines for applicability and adaptability for PEGNL.
elps plan, execute and review events and initiatives for National Engineering and Geoscience Month (NEGM). Helps to identify opportunities for educating the public on engineering and geoscience and advises on potential social media content for PEGNL.
Professional Development (PD) Committee
Tracks, evaluates, and audits PD submissions, and reviews the components of the program to help determine needs and modifications.
Assessors for CBA
Assist in the evaluation of experience requirements for licensure by reviewing applicants’ competency assessments to determine if they have adequately demonstrated the competencies.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
PEGNL advertises current volunteer opportunities on the Job Postings page.
Act, Regulations & By-Laws
The Engineers and Geoscientists Act, 2008 provides PEGNL with its mandate and authority to regulate the engineering and geoscience professions in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Engineers and Geoscientists Act 2008
The Engineers and Geoscientists Act, 2008 (The Act) provides PEGNL with its mandate and authority to regulate the engineering and geoscience professions in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Engineers&Geoscientists Regulations 2011
The Engineers and Geoscientists Regulations, 2011 specify: i) the requirements for registration and renewal for various membership categories ; ii) the structure and duties of the registration committee, and iii) the discipline process.
By-Law No. 1 – Administrative
The PEGNL Administrative By-Law sets out detailed requirements for board and member meetings, membership fees and continuing professional development reports, and establishes categories of membership in PEGNL.
PEGNL is the licensing and regulatory body for more than 5,000 Professional Engineers, Geoscientists and Members-in-Training practicing in Newfoundland and Labrador.
The Engineers and Geoscientists Act, 2008 (the Act) provides PEGNL with its mandate and authority to regulate the engineering and geoscience professions in NL.
You can access PEGNL’s annual reports! You can view and download quickly and easily all of PEGNL’s annual reports, surveys and other reports from the reports section.
This page has been designed to assist registrants seeking employment, as well as recruiters seeking to hire professionals in the fields of engineering and geoscience.
announcements & events
Member Announcements – Nov 30
Our Member Announcements inform our license holders on PD opportunities, PEGNL, Industry and other general interest sessions which will improve and enhance the lives and careers of engineers and geoscientists in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Member Announcements – November 21
Our Member Announcements inform our license holders on professional development and general interest sessions, industry and PEGNL events, award recognition and volunteer opportunities which will improve and enhance the lives and careers of engineers and geoscientists in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Notice Regarding International Transcripts
PEGNL is implementing a NEW Records Management policy that limits the amount of time we hold physical educational records, such as diplomas and transcripts.
Understanding your Secondary Professional Liability Insurance
PEGNL members in good standing automatically have Secondary Professional Liability Insurance. This unique program protects both you and the public in numerous scenarios involving whistleblowing, retirement, intellectual property, data loss, mentorship, and more.
Engineering Careers & EDI (Equity Diversity & Inclusion)
The University of Toronto and Engineers Canada are currently conducting a survey on Engineering Careers & EDI (Equity Diversity & Inclusion). Completion of this survey can be claimed as Professional Development. The survey is part of a study on the career trajectories and mobility patterns.
Final Deadline to complete License and Permit Renewals for 2023
Location: PEGNL Member Portal