About ERB

The Engineers Registration Board (ERB) is established under the Engineers Registration Act (ERA) Cap 271, as a statutory body with a mission to regulate and control engineers and their profession within Uganda.

The function of the Board is to regulate and control engineers and their activities within Uganda, and to advise Government in relation thereto. It has wide ranging powers to register, deregister, restore registration, suspend registration, hold inquiries, hear appeals and appear as respondents against a case brought against it in the High Court.

The 16th Board was appointed with effect from 1st February 2016 for a two year term. The Board's composition is as follows:

1. Eng. Dr. Michael M. Odongo - Chairman
2. Eng. Joseph Oriono Eyatu - Member
3. Eng. Andrew M. Kitaka - Member
4. Eng. Dr. Dorothy K. Okello - Member
5. Eng. Henry Francis Okinyal - Member
6. Eng. Bernard Amooti Kisembo - Member
7. Eng. George Bwanga - Member
8. Eng. Peter Balimunsi - Member
9. Eng. Dr. Harrison Mutikanga - Member
10. Eng. Ronald Namugera - Registrar

Highlights

Functionality of water supply systems key to sustainable national development

Every 22nd March, the world commemorates World Water Day with a view to reflect on and highlight key issues around the significance of Water as a finite resource.

The role of a Registered Engineer in the Practice of Engineering in Uganda

A Registered Engineer is expected to: Undertake responsibility for the planning, design, implementation, operation...

How to become a Registered Engineer in Uganda

Direct Applicants
All candidates who attained 'Member' of UIPE before the commencement of the UIPE/ERB Joint Assessment Committee (JAC) are required to submit a Technical Report and Career Report plus attending a Board Interview. In addition they apply for registration by filling ERB Form ERA 1, and attaching copies of certificates for the Board's processing of the documentation.

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