Permit to Practice
Partnerships, corporations, and other legal entities must apply for a permit to practice engineering or geoscience in Alberta through either the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) or the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET).
An organization cannot legally practice engineering or geoscience without a permit to practice and a professional engineer, professional licensee, or professional technologist listed as a responsible member under the permit.
Fees and Dues
|Annual Permit to Practice Dues
*Please be advised that application fees, exam fees and annual renewal dues are non-refundable.
Complete and submit the following forms to email@example.com:
- Permit to Practice Application
- Professional Practice Management Plan
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Does a professional technologist require a permit to practice engineering or geoscience?
Q: Can a professional technologist be listed as a responsible member under an APEGA permit to practice?
Q: Can a professional technologist work under an APEGA permit to practice?
Q: Can a professional technologist stamp work under an APEGA permit to practice?
Q: When would an organization require an ASET permit to practice?
Q: Are subsidiary organizations required to hold a permit to practice?
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