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What is the difference between an Engineer-in-Training and a Professional Engineer?


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Difference between Engineer-in-training and Professional Engineer


An Engineer-in-Training (EIT) is working towards gaining the 48 months of required work experience they need to be a Professional Engineer. This includes 12 months of equivalent Canadian experience.  These engineers have already met the education and good character requirements.

A Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) is licensed to practice professional engineering in the area of their expertise and take full responsibility for their own work.

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    Source 1: EngineerHere Website

    Practising Engineering in Canada