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News Notice
December 15, 2022
EngGeoMB Mentorship Centre Open House and Ribbon Cutting
On January 12, 2023, the Association invites you to our office at 870 Pembina Highway for the official opening of the new Mentorship Centre! From 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., you can stop by the building to network with other members, enjoy some drinks and snacks, and take a tour of our new Mentorship Centre on the second floor. With a variety of formal and informal meeting spaces, the centre is designed as a flexible space to meet and work. For more about the centre, the ribbon cutting, and information about our mentorship programs, please read our event listing.

Have Your Say On Climate Resilience Training
In February and March of 2023, the Manitoba Climate Resilience Training (MCRT) Project Team at Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba will be delivering updated and new courses that will help you enhance your professional practices to respond to climate changes, with an emphasis on mitigation, including greenhouse gas reduction. As the team looks to find and develop more courses, they are seeking your input. Complete this 5-minute MCRT Survey provided by Probe Research to have your say on which subjects would be most useful to you and whether you would prefer to have training delivered online, in person, or hybrid.

Need ProDev Hours Before the End of the Year?
Even though Ingenium 2022 is over, you can still register for over 1,500 minutes (26 hours) of content that's available through the Ingenium Hub. Exclusive on-demand and live session recordings are available for all Ingenium registrants until January 27, 2023. Find more information about the keynotes and seminar topics on our Ingenium webpage, and register online today. Start your PD sessions now!

Professional Development Opportunities
Red River College (RRC) Polytech - Manitoba Energy Code for Buildings (MECB 101 Part One) Online Course - January 10, 2023
The Manitoba Energy Code for Buildings course is intended for building inspectors, contractors, design professionals, and anyone working in the construction sector who wants a greater understanding of the energy code. This course is delivered online where you will work at your own pace under the guidance of an instructor. The course contains approximately 16 hours of course work. Please see the event listing for more information.

Canadian Construction Documents Committee (CCDC) Document Webinar - Construction Management - January 19, 2023
This webinar will give an overview and comparison of construction management (CM) methods focusing on CCDC 5A and CCDC 17. The webinar will discuss the differences between this method and using CCDC 5B, a contract for services and construction for which the construction manager engages trade contractors as subcontractors and is responsible for their performance. Find more information and register via the event listing.

Solar Energy: An Introduction to Photovoltaic Solar Power - Online Course - January 31, 2023
This course is an overview of PV solar power. The course discusses how solar cells work, which PV technologies are most used, which emerging technologies show the greatest promise, and how to quickly size a PV array. This course is online, self-paced, and accessible 24/7. You can instantly download your course completion certificate at the end of the course. To register for this course, please see our event listing.