New measures attempting to reduce barriers for foreign engineering technologists in Alberta
We’ve all heard stories about highly educated and highly skilled people living in this country and working at jobs that require no education and no training, especially in their chosen field. This is because their credentials, which are earned in another country, don’t qualify them to do the work here. Meanwhile, we’re desperate for their expertise in many cases. The Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) has a couple of initiatives that will help address this problem. ASET CEO Barry Cavanaugh is featured.
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