The Canadian Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB)
Created in 1982, CTAB is a standing committee of the Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists (CCTT). CTAB‘s mission is “To develop, coordinate, and manage a consistent, high-quality national accreditation program responsive to changes in technology and education.” The Board fulfills that mission through the National Accreditation program.
Demonstrates to the community that an educational agency has achieved certain high standards; Evaluates an organization according to national technology standards as defined by industry; Requires that participating organizations complete a process of self-assessment, which provides valuable feedback to all areas of an organization; Allows management to develop a "road map" outlining current challenges and setting of future goals; Provides a framework for continually improving the quality and efficiency of technology programs. This framework can then be clearly communicated to the agencies' clients, encouraging continual progress and growth.
CTAB is made up of a representative from each of the Constituent Members (CM’s), a Chair and a Past-Chair, in addition to representatives from Department of National Defense (DND), National Council of Deans of Technology (NCDoT) and Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).
CTAB can be contacted at the CCTT office at:
285 McLeod Street
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K2P 1A1
tel: (613) 238-8123, ext 23
fax: (613) 238-8822
To learn more about the CTAB click here.
Programs Accredited in Prince Edward Island
National Accreditation status is active unless otherwise indicated with a hyphen and a closing date, i.e. 1999-2002. Some programs' status may have expired, and then been reactivated via a subsequent evaluation, i.e. 1999-2002, 2004.
|Program Name||Program Level||Discipline||National Accreditation Date|
|Computer Engineering Technology||Technologist||Electronics||1993|
|Electronics Engineering Technology||Technologist||Electronics/Electrical||1993|
See www.cctt.ca for accredited programs in other provinces.