Members in Training

Logbook

Member-In-Training Logbook Guidelines

All MIT’s should keep a chronological, professional logbook or journal for all the time that he/she is gaining engineering or geoscience work experience. This Logbook (and the corresponding Progress Report) will be submitted to the Internship Committee for examination. Logbooks will be submitted after 6 months of employment, after 2 years of employment, and finally after 3 years of employment. You will submit a summary of your 4th year of employment with your P.Eng./P.Geo. application.

This method of verification of the MIT’s work experience was put in place by the Board of Admissions of APEGNB to help MIT’s and their employers so that the MIT’s will be well prepared to assume the obligations and responsibilities in engineering or geoscience which the title Professional Engineer/Geoscientist conveys.

The Internship Committee verifies the work experience of the MIT by examining the periodic reports submitted by the MIT which have be signed by the MIT’s supervisor, who must be a P.Eng. or P.Geo. If the MIT’s supervisor is not a P.Eng. or P.Geo, the MIT must apply to join the Mentorship Program of the Association.

Please note: You will save much time and effort when you go to apply for P.Eng or P.Geo status, if you fill out and submit well written, timely logbooks reports while a MIT.

Click the links below for the Logbooks and Progress Report Forms:

For more information about the MIT program, Logbook submissions, or the Mentorship Program, please contact Stamatia Baker at the APEGNB office at 506-458-8083 or by email at





MIT Mentor Program

APEGNB's Mentor Program is designed for MITs who are engaged in engineering or geoscience work, but not under the supervision of a P.Eng. or P.Geo.

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