CFEE

Some Helpful Resources

  • Newcomers to Canada DayPlanner and Website
    If you are a newcomer to Canada — or if you are considering Canada as your new home — the DayPlanner and the Newcomers to Canada website have been designed for you. The goal is to give you quick and easy access to things you need to know as you build your new life here.
  • Settlement.org
    This unique site offers information about: employment, immigration and citizenship, community services, language training, legal services, housing, education, consumer information, health, and much more.
  • CCPE Engineering International-Education Assessment Program (EIEAP)
    The Engineering International-Education Assessment Program (EIEAP) assesses the educational qualifications of individuals who were educated and trained outside of Canada, by comparing their education to a Canadian engineering education. The EIEAP is the only assessment service in Canada specializing exclusively in the assessment of engineering education credentials. It does not evaluate work experience.

  • CCPE - Engineering in Canada
    In Canada, engineering is a regulated profession. This means that by law, no one can practise the profession of engineering without a license. Licensing is carried out by 12 provincial and territorial associations/ordre who set standards and regulate the profession. An engineering licence is valid only within that jurisdiction, however, there is a mobility agreement among the provinces and territories regarding transfer of licences. These associations serve and protect the public on behalf of their provincial or territorial government.

  • CCPE - Immigrating to Canada
    Canada's national engineering body - the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers (CCPE) - operates the Engineering International-Education Assessment Program (EIEAP), which assesses the educational qualifications of internationally trained individuals, comparing their education to a Canadian engineering education. The EIEAP is the only assessment service in Canada specializing exclusively in engineering education credentials. It does not evaluate work experience.

  • CCPE - From Consideration to Integration (FC2I)
    The goal of FC2I is to develop new processes and/or improve current processes by which international engineering graduates (IEGs) are able to obtain an engineering licence without compromising public safety or lowering professional standards, and to find meaningful engineering employment.
  • Hireimmigrants.ca
    This site identifies the challenges and explores the opportunities for business through the talents of skilled immigrants. It shares practices of employers already down this path, and presents strategies to include skilled immigrants in Canadian offices, boardrooms, laboratories and work floors.


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