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Graduate Recognition

Graduates from TAC and CTAB accredited programs benefit with their academic credentials being recognized by provincial and international certifying bodies. See below for more information.

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Provincial Certifying Body TAC
Accredited 
Program
Gradute
CTAB
Accredited
Program
Graduate
AETTNL (Newfoundland and Labrador) Yes Yes
ASET (Alberta) Yes Prior to January 1, 2018
ASTTBC (British Columbia) Yes Prior to December 31, 2018
CTTAM (Manitoba) Yes Yes
ITP (Prince Edward Island) Yes Yes
NBSCETT/STTAGNB (New Brunswick) Yes Yes
OACETT (Ontario) Yes Prior to January 1, 2016
TPS (Saskatchewan) Yes Yes, though gradutes must submit a technical report to meet the certification requirement for technologists
TechNova (Nova Scotia) No Yes

International Recognition  IEA-SA-Logo.png  IEA-DA-Logo.png

Graduates of CTAB accredited programs benefit with their academic credentials recognized in a number of countries through the Sydney Accord, signed June 25, 2001 and the Dublin Accord, signed May 13, 2002. Graduates of TAC accredited programs are not yet recognized internationally.
 
Accord Level Signatories
Sydney   Technologist   Australia, Canada, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, Ireland, Korea, New Zealand, South Africa, United Kingdom, United States, Malaysia, Peru *, Sri Lanka *
Dublin Technician Australia, Canada, Ireland, Korea, New Zealand, South Africa, United Kingdom, United States, Malaysia

* provisional signatory

For more information about international recognition, visit the International Engineering Alliance.