Membership

The IPE is made up of Power Engineers and professionals working in related fields from across Canada. Our members have access to prime networking opportunities and job postings as well as professional and continuing education along with a host of other benefits.

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IPE Membership

Membership with IPE is open to anyone holding any class Certificate of Qualification in the Power Engineering field or anyone who works in an industry or field closely aligned with the Power Engineering profession.

We do not have any affiliation with any labour organization including Unions. This allows us to welcome both Union and non-Union members and be the true voice of Power Engineering in Canada.

Reasons To Become A Member Of The IPE

Prime networking opportunities – Being a member of the IPE provides you with access and opportunities to meet and work with other members you would otherwise not have the opportunity to meet.

Be a voice representing Power Engineers to regulatory authorities – Work in cooperation with governing bodies to guarantee appropriate legislation and regulations for the safety of the general public, the benefit and safety of Power Engineers and the safe operation and maintenance of the physical plants we are responsible for.

Continuing and professional education – Work in cooperation with education facilities and government in the development of day, evening and correspondence courses in Power Engineering.

Stay current with your jurisdiction and Industry changes – Get updates from both national and local branch newsletters on current legislation changes, technical information, plant tour notifications, employment opportunities and social events.

Access to Power Engineer job postings and prospective employees – Members seeking employment or looking to hire qualified Power Engineering professionals can post jobs and job searches on our job board.

Add membership status to your resume – The IPE is recognized by businesses and organizations across Canada. Adding your affiliation with us to your resume provides you with credibility and standing not afforded to non-members.

Interesting and educational plant tours – Many branches hold plant tours throughout the year. This opportunity allows members to visit sites that they would not normally have access to.

Scholarships and awards – Members are recognized for their achievements and contributions to the field of Power Engineering and scholarships are available for students who meet the requirements.

Social events – Individual branches also hold events such as dinner nights, dances, theatre nights, Christmas parties, charity fundraisers, etc. Each branch organizes its own events and is tailored for the area that the branch is located in.

Become A Member

Student Membership

Prerequisite: Anyone enrolled in a recognized Canadian Power Engineering Program.
See your local Branch for more information.
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Student Graduate Membership

Prerequisite: Any 1st Year Graduate of a recognized Canadian Power Engineering Program.
Fee: $45
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Regular Membership

Prerequisite: Anyone holding any class Certificate or Qualification in the Power Engineering field.
Fee: $125/year ($115 if paid within 30 days of renewal date)
One-time initiation fee: $10
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Associate Membership

Prerequisite: Any individual engaged in any profession or industry allied with the Power Engineering Profession in Canada who is interested in the promotion of Power Engineers.
Fee: $125/year ($115 if paid within 30 days of renewal date)
One-time initiation fee: $10
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Senior Membership

Prerequisite: Anyone holding any class Certificate of Qualification in the Power Engineering field who has reached the age of 65.
Fee: $62.50/year ($67.50 if paid within 30 days of renewal date)
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Corporate Membership

Prerequisite: Any Corporation with 5 or more employees holding any class Certificate of Qualification in the Power Engineering field.
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