PPE Exam (Law & Ethics) Preparation Course
The Professional Practice Examination (PPE), is a three-hour, closed-book exam on ethics, professional practice, engineering law and liability.
About the PPE Exam (Law & Ethics) Preparation Course:
The Class is taught by an experienced Professional Engineer with heavy practical experience.
- Concepts clearly explained by using case studies
- Previous PPE Exam question papers solved in class
- Save time in PPE Exam preparation
- Two Day Training Course
- Detailed PPE class notes are provided 98% of our course participants PASS the PEO PPE on their first attempt.
If you are not passing first attempt , you can attend the next course free of charge. (our Guarentee)
PPE PART A – Professional Practice & Ethics
- Definitions and interpretations of professional status.
- Obligations that accompany the privileges of professional status.
- Unregulated, state regulated, and self regulated practice.
- Powers of the PEO in the self regulated profession of engineering in Ontario reserved practice and reserved titles.
- Disciplinary consequences of violation of the Regulations including the Code of Ethics, as distinct from the legal liability.
- The independent practitioner and the employee engineer acting as a representative or agent.
- Supervision of unregistered persons by a professional engineer.
- Responsibilities of holders of Limited Licenses.
- Ethical considerations related to standards of practice.
Suggested Text: Gordon C. Andrews: “Canadian Professional Engineering and Geoscience: Practice and Ethics”, Fourth Edition, 2009, published by Nelson Education Ltd. ISBN: 0-17-644134-4
PPE PART B – Engineering Law & Professional Liability
- Legal concepts and basics relevant to professional engineers including: the basic structure of the Canadian legal system, basics of business organizations.
- Application of tort law principles in determining liability for negligence.
- Essential elements and principles of contract law including grounds upon which a contract may be impeached.
- Tendering issues, interpretation, discharge and breach of contracts.
- Engineering and other specific types of contracts.
- The Professional Engineers Act regulatory aspects.
- Competition Act issues of relevance to engineers.
- Industrial property protection; employment laws.
- Human Rights Code Prohibitions against Discrimination and Sexual Harassment
Suggested Text: D.L. Marston, “Law for Professional Engineers, Canadian and Global Insights” 4th Edition, 2008, McGraw-Hill Ryerson. ISBN: 978-0070985216