The Practice Evaluation and Knowledge (PEAK) Program is a new regulatory instrument that demonstrates commitment to the profession and safeguarding the public interest. It helps PEO to more effectively serve as the provincial regulator by collecting updated information on the practices of the membership. It is also an innovative strategy for continuing technical development undertaken by engineers.
From this seminar, you will learn:
ü What is the PEAK Program
ü Why PEO implemented it
ü The 3 elements of the program
ü How the program applies to licensees (practising & non-practising)
ü How and when to participate
Tuesday November 7th, 2017 6:30PM
Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre
2302 Bridge Rd, Oakville, ON L6L 2G6 Canada (https://goo.gl/maps/YtFLDecfKmS2)
Arden Heerah, P.Eng., is PEAK Program Coordinator at Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO). He graduated from the University of the West Indies (B.Sc. Civil Engineering) and McGill University (M.Eng. Civil Engineering), and has over 10 years of experience in design, research and project management. In his current position, he is responsible for administering the Practice Evaluation and Knowledge Program, and PEO activities related to implementing and developing the continuing technical development program.
|· Registration & Networking||6:30-7:00pm|
|· Speaker Appreciation & Closing||8:45-9:00pm|
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