Hi ycanada,ycanada wrote: ↑Jan 15th, 2018 3:15 pmHensta8, I tried approaching the lady you mentioned. But since she belongs to the same clan, just did little re-view of my video taped interview and replied nicely saying that she had to disregard my allegations. If anyone has ever gone through the process of filing a complaint through court, and what the cost implications are, would be helpful ! I personally think that such complaints cant be filed in ordinary courts, there must be some special forum to hear such cases.
It was a panel of just two guys, and interview was videotaped. I have got the result saying that I will have to appear in couple of exams.
greenfury - They go by basics, and talk very less about your experience. Like if have most of your experience related to HVAC, try refreshing HVAC basics before appearing for interview. Best of luck.
There have been a couple of individuals that have tried going through the courts with the PEO in the ERC process, (can be found here: https://www.canlii.org/en/#search/text=PEO%20ERC), you could probably contact the individuals named directly to find out about their experience. In general, it is unlikely that a judge would feel qualified enough to decide whether or not someone should be a P Eng. I think a best case scenario would be to have a judge agree that the P Eng process does not make any sense as the criteria are not transparent and the whole process appears entirely arbitrary. However, you are probably looking at $60,000+ in legal fees to make the case. The easiest course of action would be to take whatever measures the PEO have recommended for you to take in order to be a P Eng. I know it would not be easy to do as the PEO asks as it feels like a waste of time because you already have the experience but we are stuck with them for now.