Professional Engineer (P.Eng)

I am a licensed Professional Engineer, registered with Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba, underscoring my commitment to upholding the highest standards of engineering practices in the region. This designation is a testament to my expertise, ethical standards, and dedication to the engineering profession. It signifies my pledge to ensure public safety, continuous learning, and staying updated with the latest advancements in the engineering field.

Being a P.Eng grants me the responsibility and privilege to sign off on engineering projects, ensuring that they meet the rigorous standards set by the engineering community. My registration also reinforces my commitment to mentorship, professional development, and contributing to the engineering community at large.

Certified Six Sigma Green Belt

I proudly hold the Six Sigma Green Belt certification, emphasizing my dedication and expertise in process improvement and operational excellence. This qualification enhances my engineering background by adding a data-driven approach to optimize business processes, reduce waste, and elevate overall organizational efficiency.

Having undergone intensive training, I have mastered the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control) methodology, root cause analysis, statistical process control, and other pivotal Six Sigma tools.

With the combined strength of my P.Eng registration and Green Belt certification, I am uniquely positioned to lead projects that not only meet engineering standards but also drive efficiency and growth.

 UofM Teaching and Learning Certificate Workshops:

o   Self-Evaluation of Teaching Practice (TLCN10)

o   Mental Health in the Classroom (TLCN07)

o   Navigating Challenging Student Situations (TLCN03)

o   Developing Intercultural Teaching Competence (TLCN05)

o   Teaching Dossier (TLCN06)

o   Teaching and Technology (TLCN02)

o   Academic Integrity Teaching and Learning Strategies (TLCN04)

o   Universal Design for Learning (TLCN01)

o   Indigenous Knowledges for Teaching in Higher Education (TLCN08)