IEEE Winnipeg Section


GOLD: Becoming a P.Eng.



Wednesday, September 21, 2011 from 6-8pm


APEGM Office
870 Pembina Hwy.


Julian Nedohin-Macek, P. Eng.


As you may know, a University Degree in Engineering is only the first step in becoming a Professional Engineer in Manitoba. If you are wondering how to continue the process and go from Engineer-in-Training to Professional Engineer come out for the information session on becoming a P.Eng. While the process is not complicated, it can be helpful to have an experienced voice to explain how things work and share tips learned along the way. Students, recent graduates and professionals of all ranges of experience are welcome. Julian Nedohin-Macek, P. Eng. will explain the steps that APEGM uses to guide EITs into their professional careers. This will include discussion of work experience, reference letters, volunteering, professional development, and what happens once you’re ready to become a Professional Engineer. Food and beverages will be served!

Speaker Bio:

Julian Nedohin-Macek

Julian Nedohin-Macek graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. He has worked in the Control and Automation field of Electrical Engineering as an E.I.T. and then P.Eng. at StandardAero’s Test Cell Projects group. After moving on to CG Power Systems Canada’s Control department, he joined the Station Design Department at Manitoba Hydro where he is a supervisor in the Automation and Control Engineering Section. Through out his career, he has maintained volunteer activities in excess of the E.I.T. requirements and has been a member of the APEGM Registration Committee since 2008. His interests include bicycling and improving his parenting skills.


Free. BBQ and refreshments provided.


Register online by clicking here. SOLD OUT! (Contact Sam for details)



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