Requirements and Applications
All new applicants are required to submit a on-line application through the Technology Registrations Canada website at https://www.technologyregistrationscanada.ca.
Important notes for applying on-line
When you earn certification from CTTAM, you have shown that you are
willing to go that extra step by striving to become a professional. You
as a CTTAM member have validated to your employer, clients and
associates that you have achieved a level of professionalism.
You have earned the right to use one of the following exclusive, protected titles:
Employers, governments, educational institutions and the public in Manitoba and across Canada recognize these titles.
- Certified Technician (C.Tech.)
- Certified Engineering Technologist (C.E.T.)
Certification demonstrates that you have:
- agreed to
uphold and abide by a Code of Ethics, promising to fulfill your duty to
the public, the profession and your fellow members.
- You have been evaluated by your peers and have met a national standard of education and experience.
- You have made a commitment to your profession.
- You have made a personal statement that you are a technology professional.
For those enrolled in an appropriate full-time technology program. Click here for more information. Student Application
For professionals with 2 years of technical experience. Click here for the Certified
Technician Application Handbook. Profile of a Certified Technician
For professionals with 2 years of technical experience. Click here for the
Certified Technologist Application Handbook. Profile of a Certified Technologist
Click here for detailed instructions regarding applying on-line at Technology Registrations Canada.
CFAA Technical Specialist Application Form
Click here for the CFAA Technical Specialist application form
Transferring from other Provinces:
Because other provincial associations in Canada grant similar designations to Manitoba, it
is important to note that a designation only has effect within the
province in which it was issued. Designations from various
associations represent different scopes of practice so individuals who
possess designations from another province must apply for a designation
Click here for information on the inter-provincial transfer process
Click here for the inter-provincial transfer form