PEAK – Professional Quality Assurance Beyond Licensure
The Practice Evaluation and Knowledge (PEAK) program helps to serve and protect the public interest related to the practice of engineering in Ontario. The program collects vital details on whether PEO licence holders practise, how they practise and how they stay knowledgeable. These details equip PEO to more effectively regulate the engineering profession in Ontario through evidence-based policy making.
Through the PEAK program, the public will have access to the practice status declaration and PEAK program completion status for every PEO licence holder.
If you are a PEO licence holder, the PEAK program helps you promote your commitment to protecting the public interest through continuing competence, professionalism and accountability. It also helps you show your dedication to a self-regulation engineering profession.
From this seminar, you will learn:
- What is the PEAK Program
- Why PEO implemented it
- The parts of the program
- How to complete the program
Introduction for the presenter:
Arden Heerah, P.Eng., is PEAK Program Coordinator at Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO). He graduated from the University of the West Indies and McGill University with degrees in Civil Engineering, and has experience in design, research and project management. In his current position, he is responsible for administering the PEAK program, and PEO activities related to implementing and developing the continuing technical development program.
Additional information on PEAK can be access through the PEO website: