To help you fulfill your obligation to continue your professional growth and development.
The Office of Professional Development of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering exists to provide appropriate, effective and efficient ways and means
- “to facilitate the acquisition and interchange of professional knowledge among its members”
- “to promote the acquisition of that species of knowledge which has special reference to the profession of civil engineering”
- “to encourage investigation in connection with all branches and departments of knowledge connected with the profession”
“The CSCE has developed a program of professional development based on principles and a methodology that will contribute significantly to the continuing competence of professional engineers in Canada.”
Ralston MacDonnell, P. Eng.
President, MacDonnell Group Limited
“I firmly believe that continuous improvement, a big part of which is continuing education, is vitally important for professional people more so today than ever before. The civil engineering community in Canada can now take advantage of the breadth of services your CSCE Continuing Education Program will offer. Your program will go a long way towards providing our members (and new members) with an appropriate vehicle by which they can not only fulfill the ever-growing requirements for continuing education being mandated by the Provincial Associations, but also develop themselves as professionals in today’s society.”
P. Daniel Burns, M. Eng., P. Eng., FCSCE
Past President, Canadian Society for Civil Engineering
CHARACTERISTICS OF CSCE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES’ EXCELLENCE
Accreditation : Participants will be able to document their commitment to ongoing professional development with the award of Continuing Education Unit (CEU) or Professional Development Hour (PDH) credits by the Engineering institute of Canada. In addition CSCE will issue a personalized certificate recognizing participant success.
Size: The number of participants in each program will be strictly limited to assure a high level of interactivity and informality among participants and animator.
Individualized Response: Program animators, incorporating participants’ needs and backgrounds, will coordinate and focus the experience to provide practical, applicable skills and knowledge acquisition. Further, participant satisfaction will be guaranteed in writing.
Expertise: Animators will be engaged on the basis of their knowledge and reputation. Further they will recognize the knowledge and experience of the participants. Animators will recognize that their ability to share information and guide Blackjack online in Canada discussion is valued most highly.
Responsiveness: Programs will involve significant regional and sectional consultation at all appropriate stages of program development, promotion and operation. This enhances the activity’s responsiveness to the individual participant’s needs.
For any further information, please contact: Peter George