The table provides examples of activities and learning content that do not count as continuing knowledge activities for PEAK continuing knowledge declarations. The table includes a qualifier statement that indicates some learning content—related to communications, health and safety, project management and equity, diversity and inclusion—will count as continuing knowledge activities for the PEAK program when they help maintain or enhance the licence holder’s competence in the practice of professional engineering.
Text values presented in the table:
|The following activities and learning content do not count towards PEAK continuing knowledge hours|
|Professional practice hours|
|Health and safety*|
|Equity, diversity and inclusion*|
|*Aspects of this learning content will only count as continuing knowledge activities for the PEAK program when they help maintain or enhance the licence holder’s competence in the practice of professional engineering.|
|For example: Securing a working-at-heights certification as required by law to be allowed to work at heights but this certification does not maintain or enhance technical competence of the licence holder to practise professional engineering.|
The table presents examples of activities and subjects that do not count as continuing knowledge activities using one column. The examples are listed using rows. A qualifier statement and a corresponding example are presented at the end of the row.