Once your Junior Engineer’s permit has been issued, you will receive documentation on registering for the roll of members of the Order. Your name will be entered on the roll of the Order once you have returned your duly completed and signed Registration Form, paid the required fees and, if applicable, provided proof of professional liability insurance (French version only) coverage.
Entry on the roll means that you have become an official member of the Ordre des ingénieurs
du Québec. You may now legally use the title of "Junior Engineer". Junior Engineers may perform activities reserved by law for engineers, but only under the immediate supervision and direction
of an engineer.
Once you are entered on the roll, you must continue your efforts to obtain an Engineer’s permit.
As part of this process, you must acquire three years of work experience, including at least one
in Canada. To be recognized, the engineering work experience must be acquired after you have
passed any qualifying examinations required by the Professional Practice Admission Committee (previously named the Examiners' Committee).