APEGA - Investigative Committee
When you volunteer with APEGA’s Investigations Committee you put your industry experience to work directly protecting the safety of Albertans.
What we Do:
- Investigate complaints of unsafe or unprofessional practice by APEGA members
- Conduct interviews of complainants and members under investigation
- Work closely with ASET as part of the APEGA/ASET joint investigation committee
- Meet regularly to discuss ongoing investigations and other committee matters.
What we're looking for
- A minimum of 5 years as a professional member with a Canadian Engineering Association
- Significant professional experience, at least 10 years of Canadian work experience
- Exceptional critical thinking and communication skills
APEGA is currently seeking professional members with experience in wood-frame construction.
APEGA’s Investigative Committee is a statutory committee established under the Engineering & Geoscience Professions Act. This mandated committee investigates complaints against Members and Permit Holders in accordance with the requirements of the Act.
Average time commitment
Three-year term with the option for renewal at the end of each term. On average, volunteers can expect to commit approximately 8-10 hours per month. Additional time commitments include:
- The Investigative Committee meets 5 times annually for approximately one half-day each.
- Additional investigative panel meetings and interviews for each active investigation
APEGA - Professional Practice
When you volunteer with APEGA’s Professional Practice department, you play a key role in keeping the public safe. You’ll have a hand in creating and updating professional practice guidelines and standards for the engineering and geoscience professions, documents that ensure our permit holders and members meet the minimum standards of practice.
What we do
- Conduct practice reviews of APEGA licensed professionals
- Develop and maintain standards of competence for professional members and licensees
- Administer the mandatory Continuing Professional Development Program
- Review the competency of members who wish to change their practising status or reinstate their membership
What we’re looking for
- Significant industry, regulatory, or public service experience—more than 10 years, ideally
- Familiarity with the Engineering and Geoscience Professions Act, regulations, APEGA practice standards and guidelines, and the Continuing Professional Development Program
- Experience managing a team of at least five people and familiarity with group decision making, analytical thinking, and cooperation
- Experience as a member of a regulatory board or committee
Practice Review Board
The Practice Review Board and its subcommittees are critical to APEGA’s overall regulatory framework. They ensure APEGA's registration, discipline, professional competency, and enforcement procedures continue to protect the public interest.
As a committee member, you will:
- Increase your appreciation and knowledge of the professions’ regulatory obligations and authorities
- Advance the professions by sharing your knowledge and experience
- Teach new, transferrable skills
- Expand your business network