Changes In Fees

The Board of Engineering advises of the following changes in its fee structure:

Application Fees

Current: $200.00

Registration Fees

With Traditional Stamp: $850.00
With Self-Inking Stamp: $1200.00


Cost of Traditional Stamp: $200.00
Cost of Self-Inking Stamp: $600.00


The current Practice Fees are as follows:

Members of APETT: $700.00
Non APETT: $825.00
Retired Persons: 50% of the above
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APETT Technical Conference 2014 – Engineering for Disaster Preparedness January 23-30, 2014 Print

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Call for Papers – Engineering for Disaster Preparedness and Management Print
23rd – 24th January, 2014, Cara Suites, Claxton Bay, Trinidad and Tobago
Theme: Engineering for Disaster Preparedness and Management


The main objective of this Technical Conference, hosted by the Association of Professional Engineers of Trinidad and Tobago, is to examine the role of Engineers and Engineering in natural catastrophes (e.g. earthquakes, hurricanes, floods) and man-made disasters (e.g oil spills, chemical disasters, power outages) in Trinidad and Tobago and in our Region. This will seek to ascertain our technological capacity to analyze the relevant data for prevention, management and mitigation of adverse effects of such disasters.

The Conference will ultimately produce a deeper understanding of the relevant engineering codes, approval processes, inter-governmental agency oversight, and will help identify gaps that currently exists so that we may enhance our capability as engineers to provide more effective solutions in the future prior to, during and after disasters of all types.
The Conference will comprise Keynote Speakers, Panel Discussions, Presentations from Experts, and would be an excellent networking opportunity for all stakeholders.


Earthquake management
Hurricane and Flooding
Heavy Industry – petrochemical, explosions, leaks
Oil Spill Contingency Plan
Weather Systems and Forecasting
Emergency Traffic Planning
Drainage – Policies, Procedures and Systems;
Hydrology; Maintenance of Rivers, Drains
Erosion Prevention and Sedimentation Control
Sewerage Handling and Systems
Surface Water; Potable Water
Electricity-Outages, Transmission Failures
Communication Failures (telephone, internet, radio)
Codes and Standards
National Coordination
Case Studies


Target Audience

Engineers (all disciplines); Ministry Officials; Officers of Emergency Response Agencies; Health and Safety Professionals; Researchers; Financiers. Professionals from All Sectors will find this Conference of relevance, including Manufacturing, Retail, Finance, Energy, Construction, Housing, Marine, and Utilities.

Authors are invited to submit Abstracts on the Conference Topics, or closely related aspects. Abstracts must:
  • Be submitted in electronic format via email to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  • Be written in MS Word, 11pt Arial font, single line spacing, and of length 300 to 500 words.
  • Include List of All contributing authors, and contact details of Corresponding Author
  • Include a short bio (maximum 150 words) of the main author, or preferably all authors
  • Electronic passport shot photo of Presenter/Main Author
Key Dates:
Abstract Due Date: 25th October 2013;
Paper/PowerPoint Due Date: 2nd December, 2013
Call for Papers – Jamaica Engineer’s Week September 2013 Print

The Jamaica Institution of Engineers (JIE) will be hosting a three day Conference from Monday September 23 to Wednesday September 25, 2013 at the Terra Nova Hotel, Kingston Jamaica. The theme of the conference is "Applying Engineering Solutions to Facilitate Regional Development".

Presentations will be made on topics related to the latest developments in engineering. The objective of the conference is to provide a platform for engineers, architects, scientists, planners and academicians to promote, share, and discuss new issues, innovations and developments in different areas of engineering.

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