APEGS Report

APEGS REPORT

What is APEGS CANADA?

APEGS report is mainly stands for Associations of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan. It is basically a work experience reporting which consist of 34 elements. In these elements, there are 5 competency elements related to project and financial management, 10 elements related to technical competence, 2 elements related to team effectiveness, personal accountabilities has 6 competencies, communication has 3 competencies, Continuous Professional Development (CPD) has 3 competencies and social, economic, environmental and sustainability has 5 competencies.

APEGS stands for the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan, which is a regulatory body for engineers and geoscientists in Saskatchewan, Canada.

There are various organizations which evaluate work experience reporting and in British Columbia, there is APEGBC which is Association of Professional Engineering and Geoscientists which specifically allows training engineers to apply in Canada. The province introduced a recent process which is based on providing competency report writing assessment methods for increasing the P.Eng designation proficiency in Canada. APEGBC has set a criterion which are needed to be sustained from the engineering competency assessment writing system. It specifically ensures that these assessments specifically assist in fulfilling the requirement of public interest. It also includes reliable, organized and reasonable registration process.

At APEGS Report Canada, you’ll get your experience validated in cost friendly manner. We only charge one time fee of $500 for the complete report in which our expert defines each element in a thorough manner with the special consideration made on your experience.

If you are living in United States and a Professional Engineer along with up to date record with the NCEES, the record is adequate for experience reporting, academic documents and references. Thus, there would only be the requirement of submitting experience reporting for the APEGS form. There is the competency assessment guide present on APEGS Canada portal for validators, assessors and applicants.

If you have never been registered as a professional engineer or professional geoscientist in Canada, then you must first apply as a geoscientist-in-training or an engineer-in-training before you can apply for professional registration, even if you already have extensive experience.

You should apply through Inter-Association Mobility if you are already licensed as a professional engineer or geoscientist elsewhere in Canada.

You may be eligible for simplified registration process through International Mobility agreements if you are licensed as a professional engineer in Australia.

APEGS Report Canada

In Saskatchewan and entire Canada, Engineering and geoscience professions are regulated. This indicates that only licensed from the regulatory body have the courage to practice the professions. There is the set definition in Saskatchewan linked with the practice of professional engineering or practice of professional geoscience. This is defined in the Engineering and Geoscience Professions Act, then you must either:

  • Be registered as the professional engineer or professional geoscientist in Saskatchewan, or
  • Work under someone supervision who is registered as a professional engineer in Saskatchewan.

APEGS ensures that all engineers and geoscientists practicing engineering or geoscience in this province are licensed and meet important professional standards in the engineering and geoscience fields. There is mandatory license needed from law to protect the environment and the public.

APEGS Competency Assessment

Competencies are particularly measurable and observable skills, motivations, and knowledge abilities needed for professional registration. These are demonstrated from the behaviors and actions of the applicant. There was the CBA assessment done of the competencies for the determination in case when an applicant is qualified as professional engineer for registration.

The Proposed Changes

• Come into effect January 1, 2019.

• APEGS is introducing a new online experience reporting tool to facilitate CBA for Engineers-in-Training.

• What constitutes acceptable engineering experience is not changing, we are simply better defining it.

• More quantitative, precise, objective, transparent and consistent measuring system.

• Increases the confidence of all who participate in the process: applicants, validators, employers and assessors on the Experience Review Committee.

• It is a more thorough explanation of your work experience in 34 competency examples from any of your past work experience. That is compared to the current 54 examples across three reports (18 points per report). Currently there are often more than 54 examples submitted because many applicants are submitting more than three reports.

Who it applies to

• Professional engineer applicants (i.e., engineers-in- training).

• Allowed to use new CBA system if, as of Jan 1, 2019 you are either:

• A current Engineer-in-Training with no experience reports submitted, or

• Applied to APEGS as an engineer-in-training on or after January 01st, 2019.

• You are also given the choice of making usage of the current or new system if, as of January 01, 2019:

• You are a current Engineer-in-training who has submitted one or more experienced reports.

• You are encouraged and invited to switch to the online CBA system even if you have already submitted at least one experience report on the existing system.

How will CBA benefit me?

• Applicants will have greater confidence knowing what the requirements are and whether or not they have met them, even before they submit their work experience. Two reasons for this are being that the requirements are more thoroughly described with indicators, and there is an explicit rating scale that the applicant, validators and the assessors use.

• All the reporting process is online and Applicants are required to enter the information in an appropriate manner. The validators are required to enter an authentic email with the system access link for reviewing and rating the competency examples. APEGS staff are notified and assign assessors in direct manner within the system. Accessors also log into the same system and work on submission rating. The entries are made available for download at any time in pdf format.

CBA Framework

• 34 competencies from any past experience. This is different than our current system where you describe work experience from within specific time frames.

• Grouped into 7 categories.

• Provide one example per competency.

• Indicators for each competency – guidance on example content that will demonstrate the competency.

• Rating scale 0-5.

• Online submission – Interim and Final.

The Interim submission happens at about the two year mark and includes at least three of the 34 competencies. Once the Interim submission competencies are passed, they are fully complete and are not required on the final submission.

Practical Experience Reporting Tool (PERT) Accessing

You will be required to access the practical experience reporting tool (PERT) as a pre-approved program leader or program manager for performing the following responsibilities:

Preparing an APEGS (Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan) report is an essential step in the process of obtaining professional licensure in engineering or geoscience in Saskatchewan, Canada. Below are some guidelines to help you prepare an APEGS report:

  1. Understand APEGS Requirements:
    • Familiarize yourself with the APEGS website and their specific requirements for the type of report you need to submit (e.g., academic, experience, or competency-based reports). The requirements can change, so ensure you have the most up-to-date information.
  2. Choose the Right Report Type:
    • Determine which type of report you need to prepare based on your qualifications and experience. Common report types include the Academic Assessment Report, the Experience Assessment Report, and the Competency-Based Assessment Report.
  3. Gather Required Documentation:
    • Collect all relevant documents, including transcripts, work experience records, references, and any other supporting materials required for your specific report type.
  4. Review the APEGS Competency Framework:
    • Familiarize yourself with APEGS’s competency framework, which outlines the key competencies expected of licensed professionals. Ensure your report demonstrates how you meet these competencies through your education, experience, and other qualifications.
  5. Organize Your Report:
    • Create a clear and well-organized report structure. Use headings and subheadings to make it easy for assessors to follow your narrative.
  6. Provide a Detailed Narrative:
    • Describe your academic background, including degrees earned and relevant courses.
    • Detail your work experience, highlighting tasks and projects that demonstrate your engineering or geoscience competencies.
    • Discuss any additional qualifications, such as professional development or certifications.
    • Clearly explain how your qualifications align with APEGS’s competency requirements.
  7. Use Clear and Concise Language:
    • Write your report in a clear, concise, and professional manner. Avoid jargon or overly technical language that may be unclear to assessors.
  8. Include References:
    • If required, provide references who can verify your work experience and qualifications. Ensure you have permission from your references to include their contact information.
  9. Follow Formatting Guidelines:
    • Adhere to any specific formatting guidelines provided by APEGS. This may include page limits, font size, and margin requirements.
  10. Proofread and Edit:
    • Review your report carefully for grammatical errors, typos, and formatting issues. A well-presented report reflects professionalism.
  11. Seek Feedback:
    • Consider asking a mentor, colleague, or professional in your field to review your report and provide feedback before submission.
  12. Submit Your Report:
    • Follow APEGS’s instructions for submitting your report, including the required application forms, fees, and deadlines.
  13. Be Prepared for an Interview:
    • Depending on your report type, you may be required to attend an interview with APEGS assessors. Prepare to discuss your qualifications and experiences in-depth.

Remember that the specific requirements and processes may change over time, so always refer to the latest information provided by APEGS on their website or contact them directly for guidance. Providing a comprehensive and well-documented report is crucial for a successful assessment by APEGS and obtaining your professional license in Saskatchewan.

Professional Engineering Competency Assessment Writing under APEGBC

It is considered as the capability requirement for achieving the provided tasks and responsibilities acknowledged from the communities and the employees in the industry mainly work for meeting the projected standards. The APEGSBC requires work-related capabilities with the competency assessment and experiences mainly accompanies from intense details which are mandatory to be present in professional engineers. It reflects practices which are safe and effective in nature. The new process only need their engineers for fulfilling the competencies rather than writing lengthy experience reports and the process is more dynamic order based on the underneath elements:

  • Personal continuing professional development (CPD)
  • Economic, social and environmental continuity
  • Professional responsibilities
  • Financial and project management
  • Teamwork
  • Technical capabilities
  • Communication skills
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APEGS Report Guidelines Document

The member‐in‐training (or member‐in‐training applicant in academic review cases) completes the experience reporting form in its entirety except for the spots indicated for supervisor completion (and mentor if applicable). There are explanations of these areas in the form and further details can be found in Experience Guidelines 2 and 3. Examples are also provided at the end of this guideline. The reporting form is structured and provides limited space in which work experience is described.
Since the supervisors and mentors are providing the evaluation and validation of experience, comments from them are essential. Members‐in‐training should ensure that the supervisor/mentor is aware that the Experience Review Committee expects comments from them which support the claims of experience. Particularly, in Part 5 – Communication and Work Skills, if the supervisor or mentor have indicated that any of the areas needs improvement (NI) without explanatory comments, then the supervisor or mentor will be contacted for details. Any additional information from the supervisors and mentors that augments the information reported throughout the report is also welcome and helps the Experience Review Committee a great deal when making a decision.
In order to accommodate comments, the form is formatted to provide as much space as required for the supervisors and mentors. The work experience reporting form should be sent electronically to the supervisor (and mentor if required) so that they can enter their comments directly into the document. The initials/signatures are then added where required once the final draft is printed. If it is not possible to circulate the report electronically, then it is acceptable for the supervisor (and mentor if applicable) to hand write their comments, however the chance for delay in assessment is greater if the comments are not legible. Once the experience report is signed by supervisor(s) and mentor if applicable, it can be scanned and emailed back to the member‐in‐training if mailing is prohibitive (such as supervisors located outside North America). The member‐in‐training would then print the signed report, and sign page 1 where indicated. The supervisor or mentor could also send the signed report directly to APEGS if they want their feedback to be confidential. If so, the words “Confidential to APEGS” should be prominently marked on each page.

The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) licenses and regulates approximately 14,000 engineering and geoscience professionals in the public interest. Self-regulation recognizes that those in the engineering and geoscience professions are in the best position to assess the qualifications, competence, and conduct of those who practice engineering and geoscience in Saskatchewan.

APEGS sets high admission standards for qualified engineers and geoscientists to become licensed professionals in Saskatchewan. To remain proficient in protecting the public, geoscience and engineering license holders are committed to ongoing professional development and guided by the geoscience and engineering Code of Ethics.

APEGS also investigates allegations of professional incompetence or professional misconduct of members and takes appropriate disciplinary action. In addition to regulating the professions, APEGS prevents the illegal practice of engineering and geoscience by unlicensed individuals.

*Note 1: Here to be mentioned that the Experience reporting is for registered members-in-training as well as member-in-training applications who have been assigned confirmatory exams. These are given with the option of work experience report submission for waiving the confirmatory exams.

*Note 2: If you are a professional engineer in the United States and you have an up-to-date NCEES Record, then your NCEES Record will suffice for experience reporting, academic documents and references. There is no need to submit experience reports in APEGS forms if you will be submitting your NCEES Record.

APEGS work on setting higher admission standards for geoscientists and engineers for becoming professionals in Saskatchewan. Geoscience and Engineering License holders are committed towards an ongoing professional development to remain proficient in public protection.

APEGS also investigates allegations of professional incompetence or professional misconduct of members and takes appropriate disciplinary action. In addition to regulating the professions, APEGS prevents the illegal practice of engineering and geoscience by unlicensed individuals.

How to Access CBA Online

You can start entering the competencies here with the CBA online system: https://competencyassessment.ca.
You are required to create a user account which is followed with the on screen instructions. There is the requirement of your APEGS registration / file number. APEGS is then followed up with you in regard to contact to authorize the account due to the CBA system which is separate from the database of APEGS.

CBA Advantages

The process of experience reporting become easier with the CBA and it become more transparent. There is higher recommendation regarding the engineers-in-training switching to the new CBA system even when they have submitted reports in the ongoing, paper-dependent system. You are allowed to use the experience examples from experience reports which are already submitted on the outgoing, paper-dependent system and making sure to do the inclusion of the information from there in the online CBA system for it to be considered accordingly.

Why APEGS Work Experience Report is Important for Professional Job In Canada?

Most of the employers in Canada are looking for Engineers who are registered with APEGS and thus, it is one of the crucial step to get yourself listed with APEGS. No matter from which Engineering domain you belong, APEGS work experience reporting registration will help you in gaining more exposure in the Canadian job market and will enhance your chances to get a professional Engineering job in Canada

Why You Should Take Expert Help?

APEGS competency assessment is an important element in an engineer’s career. Thus, it is always advisable to take assistance from an expert who has already been doing this for years and have completed many successful assessment reports. We at ‘APEGS Report’ make sure that each case is handled with utmost importance and expert from every Engineering domain is available to work on your report. It is to make sure that each of our client get the best and 100% approval of their report.

Competency Assessment Requirements from APEGBC

There is the requirement of presenting capabilities and engineering skills which are mandatory for handling critical situations and it arise under APEGBC natural circumstances. Various examples worked in highlighting the knowledge and capabilities which are also needed to be mentioned in the competency assessment. It allowed the accessories at the APEGBC for clearly forming applications image and understanding if these are fitting for being Professional Engineers in Canada.

How will CBA Benefit You?

• Applicants will have greater confidence knowing what the requirements are and whether or not these met the required conditions. Even before they submit their work experience. Two reasons for this are being that the requirements are more thoroughly described with indicators, and there is an explicit rating scale that the applicant, validators and the assessors use.

• The reporting process is all online. Applicants enter the information in an appropriate boxes and validators obtain an automatic email with the access link for reviewing and rating the competency examples. APEGS staff is normally notified and assigned assessors directly within the system and long into the same system and rate submission. There are entries made available for download at any time as a pdf.

P.Eng Competency Assessment Preparation Professional Assistance, Canada

The P.Eng designation mainly allows individual for practicing as an engineer in the country where they mainly allowed to obtain and work as professional licensed engineer. But, in Canada a person requires to be working under the professional engineer body and have to be qualified engineer to legally eligible for practicing as an engineer in the country. We at “APEGS Report” is providing competency Professional Engineer report writing services and we have a team of writers from various engineering disciplines who always ready to tackle the issues which are faced from you in such reports preparation. The competencies and entire skills are examined and assessed from us depending on which we provide the best examples and helping in highlighting the key capabilities mainly possessed from you in a way which assist in demonstrating the professional achievements.

Furthermore, the professional team members which we have will significantly assist you in reducing your efforts and putting their technical knowledge related to the required engineering disciplines. Each element is observed keenly from the professional writers which assist in portraying a detailed report for fulfilling in each key competency element.

Contact us at info@apegsreport.com to get your APEGS Work Experience Report.

Competency Based Assessment (CBA) and APEGS

There is an in-depth quantitative applications assessment mainly permitted with the competency based assessment help. It even allows to precisely measure systems mainly compared to the APEGS present experience review guidelines. It includes proper steps to address the required competency elements for obtaining the licensing.

The Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program Document was designed to meet APEGS’ statutory requirements as well as the professional obligations of our members.On May 5, 2018 the APEGS members present at the Annual Meeting voted unanimously to implement a required Continuing Professional Development Program, including mandatory reporting. The new Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program came into effect January 1, 2019.

Regulating the professions, Protecting the public

The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) licenses and regulates approximately 14,000 engineering and geoscience professionals in the public interest. Self-regulation recognizes that those in the engineering and geoscience professions are in the best position to assess the qualifications, competence, and conduct of those who practice engineering and geoscience in Saskatchewan.

APEGS sets high admission standards for qualified engineers and geoscientists to become licensed professionals in Saskatchewan. To remain proficient in protecting the public, geoscience and engineering license holders are committed to ongoing professional development and guided by the geoscience and engineering Code of Ethics.

APEGS also investigates allegations of professional incompetence or professional misconduct of members and takes appropriate disciplinary action. In addition to regulating the professions, APEGS prevents the illegal practice of engineering and geoscience by unlicensed individuals.

CPD Program Requirements

The CPD Program applies to the following members:

  • Professional Members
  • Members-In-Training
  • Licensees
  • Licensee Waiver Holders

The annual requirements for members are: 

  1. Create / update a CPD plan
  2. Track your CPD
  3. Earn the minimum number of credits
  4. Obtain credits in the minimum number of categories
  5. Obtain 1 hour of verifiable ethics training
  6. Report your CPD activity online

After obtaining registration with APEGS, it becomes a professional obligation to keep yourself informed and consistently maintaining the competence within their respective professions. The APEGS has formalized the requirement from their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program. The program assist members formally demonstrating the public with the credibility, knowledge, and competence in meeting the skill demands of today, while also making sure to prepare for the tomorrow’s environments.

Instructions to Apply for APEGS Report Canada

  • Member Application Portion of Engineers and Geoscientists BC is where the submissions are needed to complete. Applicants are mandatory for transferring the archive through the candidate control panel. Birth certificate, current visa photograph page, or PR Card or any other means of proving the Citizenship. There is no requirement to submit any document again if EITs is submitted. 
  • Records which are authorized are directed straightforwardly to the BC Geoscientists workplaces as well as Engineers from the applicant instructive foundations (EITs are typically vindicated if appropriately submitted). Whenever required, a copy typically asks for message which is accessible towards directly submitting for establishment of scholarship.
  • The finalization of involvement description can be done from the Competency Experience Reporting System.
  • For experts particularly PhD holders, thesis edited compositions typically acceded over the online portal of Competency Experience Reporting.
  • Enrolment validation which mainly commence supplementary expert designing administrative as well as affirmation associations outside of Canada if relevant.

Online Ethics Module

APEGS is pleased to offer its members a free option to obtain their annual verifiable ethics training. Please note that this module is one option available to members to earn their ethics credit for the year. For more examples of acceptable ethics activities, please refer to Section 3.3 of the CPD Program Document.

There are currently two modules available:

Instructions:

1. Click on the links above

  • You will be taken to a separate website to access the module.  Please note that this website is hosted by a 3rd party and is not connected to the APEGS database.

2. Log in

  • If this is your first time on the site, you will need to create an account.  This site is not connected to the APEGS database.  This means you will need to create a new username and password.

3. Select the module you wish to view

  • Each module is 1-hour in length.  If needed, you can pause the video and come back later to watch the remaining portion.  The system will remember where you left off.
  • At the end of the video, a certificate of completion will appear on your dashboard.  This is your proof of completion.

4. Record your credit in your APEGS online record

  • You can re-watch the videos at any time.  However, the system will only generate a certificate for the first time the module is completed.  Therefore, to claim credit for the current year, you will need to watch a module you haven’t viewed yet.  
  • After you have completed the module, log into your APEGS Central account
  • You will need to manually check the “Ethics Training” checkbox on your annual report.  It will not be automatically updated for you

5. Important notes

  • You are not able to bank the ethics activity.  This means that a new ethics activity must be completed each year to satisfy that year’s ethics requirement. 
  • Example – If you did not complete your ethics activity in 2019 and were assigned the APEGS ethics module to make up for this deficiency, you will need to watch the module to satisfy your 2019 conditions and then do a separate ethics activity to meet your 2020 ethics requirement.

We at APEGS Report can prepare CPD record as well.

Required Licensure for Engineers & Other Categories

NOC       Occupation         SINP Requirements Related to Professional Status or Licensure

0211       Engineering managers   Provide documentation from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) showing your Engineer-in-Training membership; or a letter from APEGS indicating that you have been assigned Confirmatory Exams. Engineering managers accordingly work on planning, organizing, controlling, directing, and evaluating the engineering department activities, services or firm. They are specifically employed from the private sector wide range and government establishments and from consulting the engineering and associated scientific research companies.

2131       Civil engineers   Provide documentation from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) showing your Engineer-in-Training membership; or a letter from APEGS indicating that you have been assigned Confirmatory Exams.

2132       Mechanical engineers    Provide documentation from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) showing your Engineer-in-Training membership; or a letter from APEGS indicating that you have been assigned Confirmatory Exams.

2133       Electrical and electronics engineers         Provide documentation from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) showing your Engineer-in-Training membership; or a letter from APEGS indicating that you have been assigned Confirmatory Exams.

2141       Industrial and manufacturing engineers                Provide documentation from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) showing your Engineer-in-Training membership; or a letter from APEGS indicating that you have been assigned Confirmatory Exams.

2147       Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers)              Provide documentation from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) showing your Engineer-in-Training membership; or a letter from APEGS indicating that you have been assigned Confirmatory Exams.

2151       Architects            Provide your “Academic Certification” documentation from the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB), OR documentation from the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB) showing your acceptance into the Broadly Experienced Foreign Architect (BEFA) program including an invitation to apply to the self-assessment phase (2nd step).

2154       Land surveyors                 Provide documentation from the Canadian Board of Examiners for Professional Surveyors (CBEPS) showing your “Candidate status” and eligibility to write the CBEPS candidate examinations.

2173       Software engineers and designers           Provide documentation from the Canadian Association of Information Technology Professionals (CIPS) showing your:

  • Candidate Membership as an Associate Information Technology Professional (AITP); or,
  • Certified Membership as an Information Systems Professional (I.S.P); or,
  • Certified Membership as an Information Technology Certified Professional of Canada (ITCP).

2175       Web designers and developer   Provide documentation from the Canadian Association of Information Technology Professionals (CIPS) showing your:

  • Candidate Membership as an Associate Information Technology Professional (AITP); or,
  • Certified Membership as an Information Systems Professional (I.S.P); or,
  • Certified Membership as an Information Technology Certified Professional of Canada (ITCP).

4151       Psychologists     Provide documentation from the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists showing your eligibility for provisional licensure.

4212       Social and community service workers   Provide your assessment of equivalency letter from the Canadian Association of Social Workers showing your foreign credential is equivalent to a Canadian Bachelor or Masters of Social Work.

4214       Early childhood educators and assistants               Provide documentation from the Ministry of Education showing your eligibility for Early Childhood Educator Certification.

3211       Medical laboratory technologists              Provide a copy of your valid licensure (temporary or provisional) from the Saskatchewan Society of Medical Laboratory Technologists.

3216       Medical sonographers   Provide documentation from Sonography Canada showing your eligibility to challenge their qualifying examinations OR Provide your Examination Confirmation Letter (ECL) or proof of Sonography Certification from the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS).Note: ARDMS examinations can be written in various testing centres worldwide through Pearson VUE.

6331       Meat cutters      As per Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s Express Entry requirements, Express Entry applicants will need to provide a certificate of qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires individuals to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

7231       Machinists          As per Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s Express Entry requirements, Express Entry applicants will need to provide a certificate of qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires individuals to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

7272       Cabinetmakers                 As per Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s Express Entry requirements, Express Entry applicants will need to provide a certificate of qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires individuals to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

7311       Industrial mechanics       As per Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s Express Entry requirements, Express Entry applicants will need to provide a certificate of qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires individuals to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

7312       Heavy-duty equipment mechanics          As per Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s Express Entry requirements, Express Entry applicants will need to provide a certificate of qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires individuals to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

7321       Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics             As per Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s Express Entry requirements, Express Entry applicants will need to provide a certificate of qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires individuals to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

7322       Motor vehicle body repairers     As per Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s Express Entry requirements, Express Entry applicants will need to provide a certificate of qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires individuals to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

7237       Welders               As per Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s Express Entry requirements, Express Entry applicants will need to provide a certificate of qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires individuals to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

Is Your APEGS Competency Assessment Valid in Every Region?

The obtained APEGS assessment is valid for all the regions. You just need to pay some extra transfer fee to get the respective region validation. Thus, the process it not annoying and you can get the job done perfectly 🙂

Further, APEGS Canada send experience results by email when results are ready. They do not provide results over the phone. You are not required to contact the APEGS office for experience results. Further, you can always check application and experience status in APEGS central (your online profile) by clicking “Login” in the APEGS website top right corner and then navigate to “Applications”. You can then select your professional member application workflow.

The competencies indicators are shown in the figure below:

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APEGS Application Fees

APEGS application fees is required to be paid online with credit card when submitting the application online. GST will be added along with the application fees at the time of fee processing.

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Why You Should Take Expert Help?

Since APEGS report plays a fundamental role during your immigration process and also to get certified as a Professional Recognized Engineer in Canada. It is the requirement from most of the employers in Canada who are looking for Engineers to get your work experience approved from APEGS. Our professionals at APEGS Report are all certified professionals who are ready to help and providing 24/7 support till completion of your process.

At APEGS Report, we strive towards achieving the success for our clients and no what from which Engineering discipline you belong, you will get complete support for all 34 elements.

At APEGS Report, you will get 100% plagiarism free work and Quality Control department ensures that every submitted report pass our strict quality criteria before submitting it to the client.

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Why APEGS Competency Assessment is Required?

APEGS Report is required for work experience assessment for all Engineers who are interested to immigrate and work in Canada. There are total of 34 competency elements which are required to complete. First 10 technical elements are of utmost significance and these are initially required to submit to APEGS followed with remaining 24 competency elements.

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We at “APEGS Report Help” maintain strict editorial policy and make sure every report delivered pass the Quality Assurance test before sending it to the client. We are highly effective in terms of meeting and matching the clients’ requirements and engaging the best outcomes. The optimum thing is that we work in accordance with the inputs provided from the clients and before we utilise them our experts make sure to conduct adequate research regarding the inputs reliability provided.

We Offer Plagiarism Free Work

Plagiarism is one factor which need highest priority when it comes to reporting submission. We at “APEGS Report” are extremely critical towards the issue of plagiarism and it is due to the contents with similarity. This typically lead towards application rejection from APEGS CANADA. Adequate arrangements are made for using advanced and leading software for checking content plagiarism that we deliver. We also do manual proofreading after the completion of the report and then check the content with the computer system assistance. It then moves forward for plagiarism scanning. We always pride in our services of the advanced level engineers and thus make every possible move to process the hassle free working.

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