“Members are registered either as Professional Engineers (P.Eng.) or Professional Geoscientists (P.Geo.) and sometimes both. The professions are distinct and registration in one does not give a member the right to practise in the other.”
“Engineers-in-training (EIT’s) and Geoscientists-in-training (GIT’s) are allowed to use descriptive job titles, assigned by their employer, that include the word “Engineer” or “Geoscientist” or other designations commonly used by registered professionals. In using such titles, the person must be clearly identified as being an EIT or GIT, and must be working under the direct supervision of a registered member who takes professional responsibility for the work of the EIT or GIT.
This policy does not apply in the case of EIT’s or GIT’s who are employed in a company where there are no registered professionals providing direct supervision.”