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Working with the GOA on your behalf

ASET is working with the Government of Alberta and key stakeholders to win support for modernizing the Engineering and Geoscience Professions Act to include an expanded scope of practice for P.Tech.s and an independent scope of practice for C.E.T.s.

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“Milliseconds matter”: The importance of 5G in Canada’s future

Webinar from the Globe and Mail explores solutions and concerns around 5G implementation.

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Technology Accreditation Canada celebrates World Accreditation Day

In celebration of World Accreditation Day, Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC) announces graduates of TAC national accredited programs now have recognition of their academic credentials by nine provincial certifying bodies across Canada.

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Simplify your insurance experience with ASET Home and Auto Insurance

If you get a home or auto insurance quote before 14 June 2021, you’ll be automatically entered into our Brighter Days Ahead contest for your chance to win $5,000!

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Agriculture an option for displaced oil and gas workers

In agriculture, a steadily growing global population and limited land left means the demand for well-educated, hard-working individuals is ramping up. Luckily for the agriculture sector in Alberta, that cavalry is already within our borders.

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Technologist Don Cheeseman takes a life of adventure to the page

Don Cheeseman, R.E.T. (Life) has spent the years since his retirement mining his past and writing short stories and articles about his exploits.
 

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Wetland Identification and Delineation Directive (Alberta Wetland Policy): Member update

ASET continues to participate with the environmental Professional Regulatory Association (PRO-10) group to create standards and review guidance documents. 

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TAC accredits five engineering technology programs at NAIT

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC) celebrated accreditation of five of the polytehnic’s technology programs; mechanicalengineering, engineering design, nanosystems engineering, materials engineering and power engineering.

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TAC offers international recognition to graduates

Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC) announced today an agreement in which graduates of eligible TAC national accredited programs will have their academic credentials internationally recognized under the Sydney and Dublin Accords.

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Software company survey gives insights into consumer comfort with new technologies

A recent survey revealed varying of levels of comfort from its respondents when faced with new technological developments.

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