Technologist Programs Application Forms and Procedures
Technologist certification requires a Bachelors Degree in an engineering technology program accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (TAC/ABET).
The Associate Engineering Technologist (AT) grade is available upon graduation, while the Certified Engineering Technologist (CT) grade requires at least five years of related work experience after graduation. CT applicants must also submit two endorsements.
Technologist certification requires a four-year degree in an ABET-accredited Engineering Technology program. An engineering degree will NOT be considered as a substitute. Click here to find out if your school's Engineering Technology program is accredited by ABET. (Your degree must have been awarded after your program was accredited.)
The NICET Technologist Application includes the following parts:
- Part I: Applicant Information
- Part II: Technologist Work History
- Part III: Endorsement
AT grade applicants must complete Part I, while CT grade applicants are required to submit all three Parts. All technologist applicants must submit the application review fee and an official college transcript. Within six weeks of receiving all your application materials, NICET will notify you by mail of your certification status.
Want to begin the application process right away? You can complete Part I of the application and submit your credit card payment online. You will then be provided with the accompanying forms to submit by mail.
Every form you need can be found, complete with instructions, in one application package; just print it out and you are ready to get started:
NICET Technologist Application Package
On all paper application forms, NICET prefers signatures written in ink colors other than black. Please print or type. Please keep copies of your application forms for your records.
NICET recognizes technologist certifications awarded by all current constituent members of the Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists.
Apply for Technologist Certification through Canadian Reciprocity