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Provincially recognized student Skywalker project designed to rescue people from high-rises, skyscrapers

04, Sep, 2019

The tragic events at the World Trade Centre on Sept. 11, 2001 inspired a team of SAIT engineering design and drafting technology (EDDT) students to develop the concept for Skywalker, an aerial emergency rescue operation vehicle (AERO-V) that could potentially save lives on a global scale.

 


Technology accreditation: A catalyst for student and employer success

28, Aug, 2019

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC) accreditation is an objective assessment of an engineering technology or applied science program, by a trained, independent team of industry professionals, against the profession’s educational standards.  

 
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Upcoming Events

Construction Contracts by Technologists - Create Effective Technical Contracts

11 Oct. 2019

Edmonton

ASET Members are invited to attend a workshop on Construction Contracts by Technologists (Create Effective Technical Contracts) presented by Mark Dyrbye, R.E.T. (retired) who has 13 years experience creating and administering electrical construction contracts.

Construction Contracts by Technologists - Create Effective Technical Contracts

15 Nov. 2019

Edmonton

ASET Members are invited to attend a workshop on Construction Contracts by Technologists (Create Effective Technical Contracts) presented by Mark Dyrbye, R.E.T. (retired) who has 13 years experience creating and administering electrical construction contracts.

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