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The association for Ontario engineers

OSPE is a member-driven professional association that welcomes the entire engineering community to contribute knowledge, skills and leadership to help create a better future for our profession and society at large.

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OSPE provides non-partisan, evidence-based input on policy, planning and budget decisions, and has become a trusted advisor to all levels of government.

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Leading Digital Transformation

This course covers the most critical knowledge and skills needed to become an effective ‘digital leader’ – someone who can thrive in a leadership role in an ever evolving workplace. This course is engaging, practical, and features real-life case studies and interviews with internationally recognized experts.

Emotional Inteligence Essentials

November 25, 2021
The complexity of today’s business world is driving the need for emotional intelligence in order to manage uncertainty, build resilience, address burnout, and collaborate in an age of  disconnection. Teamwork and engagement requires effective communication skills, the ability to manage emotion and build trusting relationships.

Project Engineering Certificate Program

March 23 - April 13, 2022
The project engineering function acts as the interface between the technical disciplines and the project manager. Advancing to that position, an individual needs to know how to manage development of the engineering product (often the design), lead the technical team and communicate with the project manager and client.

Engineers call on government to address the airborne transmission of COVID-19 ahead of September 2021 return to the classroom


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2022 is off to a great start for our Policy Team! Thanks to Ontario Liberal Party Leader @StevenDelDuca and MPP @Peter_Tabuns for recently meeting to discuss solutions to the global #climatecrisis and Ontario's rising #electricity prices ahead of this year's #onelxn


📢 Nominations are open for the 2022 Ontario Professional Engineers Awards! Have an #engineer or project in mind that is worth honouring? Check out the nomination process and be sure to submit before Feb 24: https://bit.ly/3r0MU8l

The #CircularEconomy♻️ is taking centre stage as a key sustainability practice. But what does a circular economy job look like for an #engineer?
Find out in our webinar on January 26. Register today: https://bit.ly/3E3k8rT

@DFisman Professional Engineers have been calling for airborne precautions for a long time, long before it was the norm

See below a letter (from Jan 2021) by the advocacy body for engineers in Ontario: @O_S_P_E

No one listened to us, especially IPAC 🦖🦕🦖🦕


Agree! @O_S_P_E first encouraged the Ontario government to focus on & improve ventilation systems in the summer 2020 to prepare for September 2020 school restart, after the first wave. Nothing done then, little done for September 2021. We can’t wait for September 2022. https://twitter.com/joeyfox85/status/1478376122773651460

Joey Fox, P. Eng, M.A.Sc@joeyfox85

Stop saying to use the 2 weeks to “improve ventilation”. You can’t snap your fingers and poof - improved ventilation. Do you think there is a magic ventilation improvement button that we’ve been waiting to push and will use these 2 weeks to push it?

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