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News Notice
December 9, 2021
Online Learning Modules
Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba has developed a series of online learning modules to help practitioners find more accessible ways to fulfil their ProDev requirements. Currently, there are two modules available on professionalism and the Code of Ethics, with plans to add more modules in the future. Members have access to the Learning Modules through the Quick Links after they log into their online profile. Further information about the modules can be found in our news story.
Province Releases Report on Consultations to Guide Autonomous Vehicle Technology Testing
The Manitoba government has released a new report to help guide the future direction of managing and testing vehicle technology including automated and connected vehicles. More than 270 Manitobans participated in an online engagement process over the summer to provide input and guidance on the future direction of managing and testing vehicle technologies on provincial roads. To review the report, please visit the EngageMB website.
2022 Renewals Available Online
The 2022 renewal period for Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba is open. Log in to your online profile to view your 2022 renewal notice and to renew online. Further information about the renewal process can be found on our website.
Professional Development Opportunities

Building Code: Spatial Separation and Exposure Protection - December 17, 2021
In this session hosted by the Winnipeg Construction Association, participants will gain an understanding of the application of Subsection 3.2.3. Spatial Separation and Exposure Protection of the 2015 National Building Code of Canada (NBC) to buildings regulated by Part 3 of the Code. Check out the event listing for more detailed information about the course and to register online.
Manitoba Energy Code for Buildings - January 10, 2021 - February 25, 2022
Presented by Red River College Polytechnic, this course is delivered online and participants will work at their own pace under the guidance of an instructor. The course contains approximately 16 hours of coursework that will allow participants to develop the ability to interpret and apply the requirements of the Manitoba Energy Code for Buildings. Please review the Red River College Polytechnic website for more information on the course and to register online.
Communicating Climate Change (A BRACE and MCRT Course) - January 18, 2021
This is the sixth Building Regional Adaptation Capacity and Expertise (BRACE)/Manitoba Climate Resilience Training (MCRT) course in the nine-course Foundational and Infrastructure path specifically recommended for infrastructure professionals. Participants in this course will explore effective climate communication solutions with an activity to learn how to develop an effective communications strategy and how to talk about climate change. To register for this course, please see the event listing.
Looking for more online training opportunities? Click here to access a full listing of training delivered online.