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Dear Microsoft Certified Professional:
Microsoft is aware of possible conflicts caused by the use of the term "Engineer" in the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer title and has been investigating possible alternatives. Microsoft is working closely with the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers to resolve this issue in the best interests of MCSEs. Research is currently underway to determine how this can be archieved while maintaining the integrity of the MCSE brand identity.
Canada has laws that protect the public by restricting the use of the title "engineer" and "engineering" and pratice of engineering in Canada to licensed professional engineers. Using the term "engineer" may cause you to inadvertantly break provincial and territorial laws. Therefore, until the issue is resolved, we recommend that you avoid using the full certification title and logo and refrain from referring to yourself as an "engineer". You may, instead, use the acroynym "MCSE." These actions will help ensure that the engineering profession's licensing bodies will not be required to take enforcement action against MCSEs who mistakenly use the title engineer or otherwise hold themselves out as qualified to pratice engineering.
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