Architectural Technology is three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma program, accredited by the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB) under the National Technology Benchmarks, prepares students for careers in architectural offices and the building industry by integrating the relationship between conceptual solutions and working drawings. The first four levels of the technology program, which are common to the Architectural Technician program, are followed by an additional two levels of study concentrating on commercial detailing.

Environmental Technology - This nationally-accredited Environmental Technology program focuses on providing you with theoretical and practical knowledge for success in the ever-changing environmental technology field. Your courses include coverage of the three foundation disciplines of biology, chemistry and civil engineering to ensure you understand and will be able to manage complex environmental problems.

Civil Engineering Technology: Building Systems from NBCC - Fredericton Campus, just accredited by CTAB

For the complete list of CTAB accredited programs go to National Accreditation -> Accredited Programs

Communications Engineering Technology of Assiniboine Community College, Manitoba is a CTAB accredited two-year program that trains you to support the design and development of the endless number of devices essential to our lives. With national and international recognition, students graduate with the skills to design, manufacture, install and analyze a variety of communications technologies.

Canadian Technology Accreditation Board

Established in 1982, the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB) is a standing committee of The Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists (CCTT). CTAB is charged with developing, coordinating and managing the national accreditation program for applied science and engineering technology programs. Effective November 15, 2019, CTAB was officially merged with Technology Accrediation Canada (TAC).