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Interview Preparation and Experience Review (INTE 101)

Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) has discontinued PPE and is instead offering now the National Professional Practice Examination (NPPE). The NPPE is held five times a year (February, April, June, September and November) in major centres across Canada. A remotely proctored is also available for those who are unable to write in an exam centre.

The exam has 120 multiple-choice questions based on 6 subject areas as shown below. You have 2.5 hours to complete the examination.

This course helps the NPPE candidates to know all the material covered in each syllabus subject area listed in the syllabus tab and assists them in demonstrating this knowledge sufficiently on the NPPE Examination.

  1. Professionalism

  2. Ethics

  3. Professional Practice

  4. Law for Professional Practice

  5. Professional Law

  6. Regulation of Members & Discipline Processes

INTE 101

National Professional Practice Exam Workshop (NPPE) (NPPE 101)

When applying to the Provincial Engineering Association (such as PEO - Professional Engineers of Ontario) for your professional license, along with your academic qualifications, you are required to submit an engineering experience report.

EPIC conducts a review for your engineering experience report prior to your submission. A Professional Engineer, who is also an instructor, assists you in reviewing and revising the report to maximize its effectiveness.

The instructor also helps prepare you with hints on what to do and what not to do for your interview.

This program can be provided online or any location you find suitable.

Professional Engineer Ontario Workshop (P.Eng) (PENG 101)

The P.Eng. application process has four sequential stages. The order of the stages is meeting the academic requirement, passing the National Professional Practice Exam, satisfying the experience requirement, and then the licence review and approval. 

Get in touch with us so we can help you obtain a P-Eng certification

Requirements for becoming a Professional Engineer (P-Eng) are:


Graduation from a university program that is recognized by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board

NPPE 101
PENG 101
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