20. Junior engineers with a degree recognized by the Government as giving access to an engineer’s permit or a degree awarded upon completion of a program of study accredited by the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers, and who put forward experience acquired outside Canada, are considered to have acquired experience equivalent to experience in Canada when all the following conditions are met:
(1) the experience was acquired while employed by a company of which the head office or head office of the parent company is in Canada;
(2) the experience was acquired under the immediate control and supervision of a member of a Canadian association of professional engineers having full rights to practise;
(3) the junior engineer demonstrates to the evaluator of experience a good knowledge of local Canadian conditions, notably with regard to legislation, standards, economy, climate, resources and technology.