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Thanks so much,
(I am in Canada, so I have to follow the "jargon" of my province/country)
Thanks to everyone else as well.
7 mins confidence: peer agreement (net): +2
(the person would be a) registered engineer
Explanation: or licensed engineer in the US. The professional authority would be a "board".
Parrot Spain Local time: 03:54 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 7645
8 mins confidence:
Explanation: The US equivalent is called a "PE License", awarded to those that have passed the PE exam and that have a certain amount of work experience, as well as reccomendations from professional engineers.