Technology Accreditation Canada Renews Cambrian Mining Accreditation

    On April 8, Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC) celebrated with faculty, staff and program advisory committee members the accreditation renewal of the Mining Engineering Technology program at Cambrian College. National program accreditation involves a comprehensive audit, including interviews with employers of graduates, alumni, students and faculty and a tour of the programs’ labs and…

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Level 2 Updates – AETTNL COVID-19

Level 2 Updates – AETTNL COVID-19 AETTNL offices are currently open to the public, by appointment only.  We encourage members to conduct business by phone and email.   We thank you for your patience during this time. We ask that you too wear a mask, practice physical distancing and follow Health Canada practices for limiting…

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2019 Membership Survey Released!

AETTNL 2019 Membership Survey The information provided in this report was collected from the membership between January and March 2020; with 216 respondents participating. This report provides the responses to the survey questions in either graphical or tabular format. The number of responses to each question is noted under each chart or table. This number…

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TAC Offers International Recognition to Graduates

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TAC Offers International Recognition to Graduates   Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC) and Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists (CCTT) announce today an agreement whereby graduates of eligible TAC national accredited programs will have their academic credential internationally recognized under the Sydney and Dublin Accords. The recognition applies to graduates from TAC accredited…

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TAC Establishes 2021 Strategic Priorities

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   TAC Establishes 2021 Strategic Priorities   With the support of its nine members, Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC) has established its 2021 strategic priorities to confidently advance the organization. The six priorities build on activities and progress from 2020, specifically, transitioning CTAB accredited programs to the TAC model, securing accreditation…

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2020 Holiday Greetings!

President's Message   On behalf of the Executive, Council and Staff of the Association, I'd like to wish you and your family a Happy Holiday and a Joyous New Year!   I do hope all is well with you and your families, that you are all safe and that you have not been adversely affected…

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52nd Annual General Meeting

52nd Annual General Meeting In accordance with the AETTNL Constitution/By-Laws, notice is hereby given to Members of the Association of Engineering Technicians and Technologists of Newfoundland and Labrador Inc. that the 52nd Annual General Meeting will be held virtually on Saturday, October 24, 2020. The purpose of the AGM being of the approval of the…

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Bachelor's Degrees at the Marine Institute

Virtual Information Session: Advance with a Bachelor's Degrees at the Marine Institute Build on your technology or maritime related diploma and advance your career with a bachelor’s degree from the Marine Institute of Memorial University. These degree programs are offered entirely online and can be completed on a part-time or full-time basis. There is also…

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AETTNL 2019 AETTNL Membership Survey Winner!

2019 AETTNL Membership Survey Congratulations to AETTNL member Greg Bourden, winner of the draw for a $50 gas gift card for completing the 2019 AETTNL Membership Survey! Thank you, Greg!  

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CTAC Review Project

CTAC Review Project   June 24, 2020 Dear Electrical Stakeholders, Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC), with project management support from CSA Group, has committed to refining the Canadian Technology Accreditation Criteria (CTAC) over a 5-year period to ensure they reflect the current skills and knowledge required by the engineering technology and applied science profession.  CTAC are…

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