Progress Reports document your work experience to be reviewed by the Experience Review Committee and be credited towards your pre-registration program requirements.
You must review the Frequently Asked Questions.
You must use one of the following documents as the guideline for completing your reports:Acceptable Engineering Work Experience (PDF)
Submit a progress report after every six months of work experience:
The Experience Review Committee will:
If late fees or pre-enrolment fees are owing, Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba will notify you via the online feedback.
If you are claiming past experience (e.g. late experience or pre-enrolment experience), do not restrict your reporting period to six months. Instead, write one detailed report per job. For example, if you are claiming for 36 months of past experience and you worked in two different jobs-one for 24 months and one for 12 months-write a detailed report for each.
If you are an Intern, submit a progress report after every six months of work experience. You have two months grace after the end date of each report to submit the report to the Association. If you submit it within those two months all your experience will be counted as Regular experience.
Students do not submit 'Regular' experience, only 'Pre-Grad' experience.
If you submit a progress report after your two months grace period, Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba will count back eight months. If the date (eight months back) falls within your reporting period, the time before that date is Late Experience. You must pay a late fee to claim the Late Experience.
If you are claiming pre-graduation experience, provide one report per term of employment. This applies even if you worked for two separate work terms at the same place of employment and with the same supervisor. Only time earned at least half-way through your degree (at least 58 credit hours completed) will be credited.
Please note, the ERC will no longer accept pre-graduation reports that are submitted more than 18 months after your date of graduation from your Bachelor's degree.
If you are claiming pre-enrolment experience, earned prior to joining the Association, treat this similar to 'past experience' described above. There is a fee to claim each month of pre-admission work experience. You will receive credit for the number of months you pay.
See the list of sample reports for ideas on what to include in your reports.
Normally progress reports are completed online. In certain cases, where it is difficult or impossible for an Intern or Supervisor to submit online, the paper progress report form is acceptable. Please contact the Pre-Registration Program Coordinator to request the paper form. Note that the Experience Review Committee feedback will only appear online, even for paper reports.
Student paper reports will not be accepted.