The table provides examples of activities, listed by learning activity type, that count as continuing knowledge activities for PEAK continuing knowledge declarations.
Text values presented in the table:
|Examples of Formal Education activities for the PEAK program
|Passed a class on engineering design methodologies.
|Completed a course on software simulation strategies.
|Passed a course for an industrial sector certification.
|Examples of Informal Education activities for the PEAK program
|Read a publication on changes to codes, standards, or legislations applicable to engineering projects.
|Studied technical manuals, codes, standards, or legislations applicable to engineering projects.
|Attended a lunch-and-learn session on methods of analysis and design.
|Attended a vendor’s workshop on engineering features and limitations of their products.
|Attended a presentation, seminar or webinar on communicating engineering information.
|Attended a workshop on managing engineering activities involving supervising engineers and incorporating codes, standards, and best practices
|Attended a technical engineering learning event organized by PEO-chapters or special interest groups.
|Received workplace mentoring on analysis and design methodologies
|Examples of Contributions to Knowledge activities for the PEAK program
|Contributed towards developing a manual, guideline, or standard on industry best practices.
|Delivered a presentation on engineering lessons learnt.
|Delivered a webinar on preparing and reviewing professional engineering work.
|Provided workplace mentoring to colleagues or engineering interns.
The table presents examples of activities that count as continuing knowledge activities using one column. The examples are listed by learning activity type using rows and learning activity types are indicated by header rows.