Become a P.Eng. / Requirements for Licensure
As a licence holder in the province, Ontario P.Engs are part of a community of more than 80,000 professionals committed to enhancing the quality of life, safety and well-being of all Ontarians.
To be granted a licence to practise professional engineering in Ontario, an applicant must:
- be at least 18 years old;
- be of good character;
- meet PEO’s stipulated academic requirements for licensure (hold an undergraduate engineering degree from a Canadian Engineering Accreditation board (CEAB)-accredited program, or possess equivalent qualifications), and, if required, successfully complete anytechnical exams.
- fulfill the engineering work experience requirements (demonstrate at least 48 months of verifiable, acceptable engineering experience, at least 12 months of which must be acquired in a Canadian jurisdiction under a licensed professional engineer); and
- successfully complete PEO’s Professional Practice Examination (PPE).
Applicants are not required to be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant, making it easier for those from outside of Canada to apply for and obtain a licence. Application.
To find out more please visit the PEO Main Website at:http://www.peo.on.ca/
Our Chapter runs our licensing events 4 times a year with the west central region chapters. These are open to license recipients and family as well as members of the chapter for a fee.