Latest News

Notice of "Annual General Meeting"

1:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 5th, 2016

Canadian Human Rights Museum, 85 Israel Asper Way

Click here for the registration form and other event information

Specified Scope of Practice Licensure at Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba

Click here for more information on the "Specified Scope of Practice Licensure at Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba".

Career Opportunities  

Please visit our Careers section for CTTAM member employment opportunities.

CTTAM Linkedln Group

Do you:

  • Want to connect with other CTTAM members?
  • Want a careeer or technical advice from other Technicians and Technologists?
  • Want to expand your network of Technicians and Technologists?
  • Have a Linkedlin Account?

If the answer is yes to any of the questions above, then the CTTAM Linkedln group is for you. The Group is open to active CTTAM Certified and Retired Members, Associates and Students. A basic Linkedln is free. To become a member of the group, just follow the link below and click on the JOIN button.


Board of Directors

The CTTAM Board of Directors are: Neil Klassen, C.E.T. President, AECOM Canada Ltd; Grant Nicol C.E.T. Past President, Assiniboine Community College; Kellie Orr C.E.T, President-elect, HDK Consulting Inc; Directors are: Michelle Amigo CET. Dillon Consulting Ltd; Gerhard Hoppenheit C.E.T. GWH Construction Management Services Inc; David Little C.E.T. Manitoba Hydro; Larry Nasberg LLB Legal Counsel; Andrew Procca C.E.T. National Research Council of Canada; Jeff Leinweber, C.E.T. Celco Controls and Nicole Stykalo, C.E.T. Manitoba Hydro.

Seminars & Courses

"Basics of Supervising People" - Level 2

SNAP! Communications & Training presents "Level 2" of Basics of Supervising People on Tuesday, October 25, 2016. This is a one day seminar held at the CTTAM office located at 602-1661 Portage Avenue.  Click here for the registration form and seminar information.

Red River College

Mechanical Engineering Technology Job Fair, October 20, 2016

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