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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.

Advocating for the engineering profession

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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There’s always something great going on at OSPE.


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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Remembering: Geneviève Bergeron
Hélène Colgan
Nathalie Croteau
Barbara Daigneault
Anne-Marie Edward
Maud Haviernick
Maryse Laganière
Maryse Leclair
Anne-Marie Lemay
Sonia Pelletier
Michèle Richard
Annie St-Arneault
Annie Turcotte
Barbara Klucznik-Widajewicz

As we honour the memories of the 14 women who lost their lives in an act of gender-based violence on this day 32 years ago, #OSPE holds true to our vision of an equitable and inclusive future for #engineering. Read more: https://bit.ly/3Ggtlif

#16days #womeninengineering

Today we observe the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence against Women, in memory of the lives lost 32 years ago at Polytechnique Montréal. We stand with women engineers, and all women, in the fight against gender-based violence.
#16Days https://bit.ly/3rFqH1m

.@OSPE_CEO Sandro Perruzza is a strategic thinker focused on improving member services & building government relations. He leads our team to elevate awareness of #engineers' role in society & deepen respect for the profession. Read more @THECEOPUB https://bit.ly/332LVfx

For your #weekend reads:
Batteries and electric motors are set to supersede the internal combustion engine as the dominant form of vehicle propulsion. Read about challenges and solutions on the road to electrification: https://bit.ly/3pmYdGV

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