I am a Civil Engineering Technology student at a community college in Canada. Eventually, I plan to get my full degree.?
What are some of the certifications that I can get that will be beneficial for me in the field of Civil engineering in Canada or outside ? I am looking for some beneficial and quick certifications that I can get by self studying and taking the test. Please advice!!
- Const. KingLv 73 weeks ago
You might want to consider being a resident engineer or sometimes they call that an inspector. If you go on for your BS degree just make sure you go to an accredited college. I don't know what Canada is like but in the U.S. it's a plus to get your P.E. license. To get that you have to pass 2-8 hour federal exams. I passed both exams but they are not easy. Personally I think working in construction is the best opportunity for salary & advancement. I could not stand sitting in front of a computer all day.
- JosephLv 72 months ago
You will get a big promotion and a raise if you get Professional Engineer certification. This usually requires an undergraduate engineering degree from the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board accredited institution. You can find more information on Engineers Canada website:
Another useful certification is the Project Management Professional. To get this certification you have to pass an exam that tests your knowledge of initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing out the project.
- 異域秦後人Lv 72 months ago
Community college education does not qualify as a engineer. With this diploma, the best job is qualify to become a technician in civil field. No short cut, require attending full time courses in three years and must pass all the requirement courses to obtain a diploma that is not a degree and ever qualify to work and sign document as a engineer .
- PhilomelLv 72 months ago
There is no quick short cut to a Fully Accredited Degree. Bite the bullet and do the work. Most technology credits are not transferable.
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- qrkLv 72 months ago
Speak with your advisor. They should be able to guide you in the right path with the curriculum that the college offers.
In the U.S., you need to have a professional engineering license to sign off on projects. The PE process is something like a 5 year ordeal, definitely not something that is quick. Canada has different rules than the U.S., so you'll need to talk with your advisor.
- Aster RhoidsLv 72 months ago
Good for you. 👍