Partnering for change towards a brighter future for engineering technology and applied science professionals

What is Technology Professionals Canada?

Technology Professionals Canada (TPC) was established in partnership by provincial regulatory bodies in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, and Saskatchewan. Together these four provincial regulatory bodies represent more than 85 per cent of technology professionals in Canada. Their primary function is to protect the public by regulating the conduct of engineering technology and applied science professionals.

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An Analysis of Provincial Certification Practices

Engineering Technologists Seek Rights to Practice to Improve Public Safety

“The member associations of Technology Professionals Canada adhere to the principles of
equality and inclusion, and celebrate diversity in their membership, in their volunteer practices,
and in employment and human resource practices.”


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Statement on Professional Regulation and Practice of Engineering and Applied Science Technologists 

Technology Accreditation Canada Continues to Gain Momentum

- Employment Growth for Engineering Technology Professionals Outpaces National Average - COMPLETE ENGLISH REPORT / COMPLETE FRENCH REPORT

- Research Study - Analysis of Technical Disciplines for Technology Professionals in Canada

- TAC - Public Review Technologist Learning Outcomes