The EIC accredits/recognizes Quality Providers of engineering continuing education after assessing the provider’s learning development and delivery processes. The EIC authorizes such Providers to award EIC continuing education units, either “EIC-accredited CEUs” or “EIC-accredited PDHs” for their eligible training activities and to use the EIC logo as evidence of such accreditation.
The purpose of the EIC Continuing Education Recognition Program is to help engineering professionals identify quality providers of CEUs/PDHs and facilitate their record keeping when activities occur with various providers across Canada. This is increasingly important as most licensing bodies have adopted explicit professional development requirements as a licensing condition. Trainees interested in having their CEUs/PDHs centrally registered in EIC’s secure online Registry must explicitly authorize the Learning Providers to upload their training records. The EIC keeps the trainee information confidential and allows each individual trainee to freely access a transcript of their recorded activity at their discretion. The trainee’s email address is used as their account’s username.
Public and private providers of continuing education programs interested in joining this program as “EIC Participating Partners” should contact the EIC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Following is the active list of accredited institutions, companies and EIC Constitutent Societies that engage in learning activities in compliance with EIC’s Continuing Education Standards. These accredited providers are also known as “EIC Participating Partners”:
Quality CEU Providers (EIC Participating Partners)
Certified Port Executive Program
Ralston E. MacDonnell, M.Eng., P.Eng, FEIC
President, MacDonnell Group
Suite 2004A Purdy’s Wharf Tower Two
1969 Upper water Street,
Halifax, NS, B3J 3R7
T: (902) 456-0494
Thomson Power Systems
Kevin W. Smith
4916 275th Street
Langley, BC V4W 0A3
Tel: (604) 888-0110
Single Event Providers
In addition to the above-listed accredited program providers, the EIC may accredit single course providers so they may issue Continuing Education Units (CEUs) to their successful course trainees.
For program auditing purposes, the EIC administers from time to time a Course Participant Survey to randomly selected participants of continuing education programs offered by our accredited providers. The results of such surveys are confidential and will be shared anonymously with the pertinent provider if an important performance issue requires attention.