Established in 1968, NBSCETT is New Brunswick’s independent certifying body for engineering/applied science technicians and technologists. Certification is accomplished by a Certification Board which includes a panel of technical experts from varied disciplines. The Board evaluates applications and recommends certification to the Society Council of engineering/applied science technicians and technologists who meet recognized national benchmarks in education and experience.
NBSCETT confers the designations “CTech” and “PTech” which are symbols of achievement in engineering/applied science technology and are legally protected for use only by fully certified members. Other designations which have been granted by the Society are ‘CET’, Certified Engineering Technician and ‘CET’, Certified Engineering Technologist. The designations are recognized across Canada by employers and other engineering professionals through the efforts of provincial associations.
NBSCETT … “Advancing the Professions of Applied Science and Engineering Technology in New Brunswick for the Benefit of Society.”
- To administer the constitution of NBSCETT in the public interest.
- To promote Engineering and Applied Science Technology as a recognized profession.
- To maintain a high standard of professional certification, ethics and practise.
- To develop rewarding and challenging career opportunities for members.
- To maintain a strong membership base and economically sound and efficient organizational structure.
- To provide benefits that meet the professional, technical and economic needs of members.
- To exercise a positive influence on public attitudes and legislation as they relate to applied science technology and engineering.
To foster an enthusiasm in New Brunswick (Canada) for applied science and engineering technology.
Mission & Objectives
The mission of NBSCETT/SttagN-B is to govern and regulate technology services in New Brunswick.
Promoting the advancement of accredited training and certified professionals, and promoting applied science and engineering technology in New Brunswick.
- the public interest is paramount
- in continuous improvement
- in fiscal responsibility
- in providing quality customer service
- in providing leadership in the community
- in the creative use of resources
- the essential contributions of staff and volunteers
- the diversity and individuality in our relationships
- honest, open communications moral integrity
- mutual support
- uniformity of purpose