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What is an engineer?. What is an engineer?. An Engineer is someone who:. Creates, Designs, and Builds. Maintains and Operates. Makes a world of difference. Engineering is open to Everyone. Some famous Engineers. Thomas edison. Neil armstrong. JULIE PAYETTE. Electrical Engineer

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    1. What is an engineer?

    2. What is an engineer? An Engineer is someone who: Creates, Designs, and Builds Maintains and Operates Makes a world of difference

    3. Engineering is open to Everyone

    4. Some famous Engineers • Thomas edison • Neil armstrong • JULIE PAYETTE Electrical Engineer (1963 to ??) Aeronautical Engineer (1930 to 2012) Electrical Engineer (1847 to 1519)

    5. What does an engineer do?

    6. WHAT DOES AN ENGINEER DO? • ENGINEERS: • Apply what they learned in school • Make ideas reality • Keep in mind safety, time, cost, and the environment • Discover new things • Solve puzzles and problems • Make a world of difference

    7. FAMOUS ENGINEERING FEATS

    8. How does an engineer do it?

    9. How does an engineer do it? • Project Management • Involvement in any and all stages of a project (research, idea, design, purchasing, building, start-up, operation, maintenance, shutdown) • Decision making • Managing and leading teams • Communication

    10. Where does an engineer work?

    11. Where does an engineer work?

    12. Where does an engineer work?

    13. What types of engineers are there?

    14. What types of engineers are there? • Aeronautical • Aerospace • Agricultural • Automotive • Bioresource • Biosystems • Building • Biomedical • Chemical • Civil • Communications • Computer • Computer Systems • Electrical • Electronic Systems • Engineering Chemistry • Engineering Physics • Engineering Science • Environmental • Forest • Geological • Geomatics • Industrial • Industrial Systems • Integrated • Manufacturing • Materials • Mechanical • Mechanical Systems • Mechatronics • Minerals • Mining • Nanotechnology • Ocean And Naval Architectural • Oil And Gas • Petroleum • Petroleum Systems • Software • Software Systems • Space • Systems Design • Water Resources For updated information visit the Engineers Canada website

    15. Examples of different engineers Automotive Engineer Agricultural Engineer Building Engineer Bioresource Engineer Aeronautical Engineer

    16. Examples of different engineers Communications Engineer Civil Engineer Computer Engineer Chemical Engineer Computer Systems Engineer

    17. Examples of different engineers Engineering Chemistry Electronic Systems Engineer Engineering Systems Electrical Engineer Engineering Physics

    18. Examples of different engineers Environmental Systems Engineer Environmental Engineer Forest Engineer Geological Engineer Geomatics Engineer

    19. Examples of different engineers Industrial Engineer Integrated Engineer Manufacturing Engineer Materials Engineer Mechanical Engineer

    20. Examples of different engineers Minerals Engineer Mechatronics Engineer Nanotechnology Engineer Nuclear Engineer Mining Engineer

    21. Examples of different engineers Ocean Engineer Naval Architectural Engineer Petroleum Systems Engineer Oil and Gas Engineer Petroleum Engineer

    22. Examples of different engineers Space Engineer Software Engineer Systems Design Engineer Water Resources Engineer

    23. Whatever your hobby, you can do it as an Engineer! • Gardening • Doing puzzles • Traveling • Reading • Drawing • Writing • Camping • Pet care • Music • Sports • Video games • Computers

    24. Whatever your interest, you can do it as an Engineer! • Explosives • Digging • Volcanoes • Electricity • Food • Space • Animals • Buildings • Plants • Cars • Movies • Music Creation • Robots • Cosmetics • Airplanes

    25. What makes an engineer?

    26. What makes an engineer? • ENGINEERS have a few things in common • #1 concern is PUBLIC SAFETY • They are PROFESSIONAL • They KNOW RIGHT FROM WRONG

    27. What is a professional engineer? vs professional Professional EXAMPLES: Michael Jordon is a professional athlete. The carpenter did a professional job. A Professional Engineer has proven that they have the KNOWLEDGE, the TECHNICAL EXPERIENCE, and the ETHICAL abilities to be an engineer.

    28. IRON RING • Worn by Professional Engineers on the little finger of the working hand. • Symbolizes the pride in the Engineering Profession • Reminds engineers of their humility and obligations to the public • The Corporation of the seven wardens inc. The Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer dates back to 1922.

    29. The Engineering Associations decide who are Professional Engineers

    30. Why become an engineer?

    31. Why become an engineer?

    32. engineers Make a world of difference

    33. How do I become an engineer?

    34. Junior High Senior High University • Maintain your grades • Complete English 30, pure Math 30, Math 31, Physics 30 and Chemistry 30 (or equivalents from other provinces • Find the University that teaches the engineering type you like • Apply to University • Apply for Scholarships • Work hard, play hard! • Maintain your grades • Explore and learn about math and science • Figure out what you like to do

    35. Engineers make a world of difference