Who We Are


We benefit the public and the profession by being the premier regulator, service provider, and promoter of safe, high quality professional technology practice.


To be recognized and respected as the innovative self-regulating professional body defining the latest scope and standards of practice for a dynamic and engaged community of technology professionals. 

Strategic Priorities

ASET aims to fulfill its mission and vision through the following strategic priorities:


  1. ASET is committed to growing a proud, engaged, and professional membership.
  2. ASET technology professionals are respected by government and other professional bodies and have formal authority in regulations, codes, and standards. 
  3. ASET technology professionals are recognized and trusted by employers, other professionals, and the public as preferred technical solution providers. 
  4. ASET delivers professional development opportunities that enhance members’ ongoing adaptability, leadership, and professional competencies. 
  5. ASET technology professionals show a full appreciation for self-regulation, its benefits, and their personal responsibilities. 
  6. ASET works with government, professional organizations, and other stakeholders to advance issues of mutual interest. 
  7. ASET is innovative and adopts best practices in governance and operations.


Disciplines and Occupations


ASET members represent a broad range of disciplines and occupations:

Disciplines Occupations
Architectural Architectural Technology
Landscape Architectural Technology
Biomedical Biomedical Engineering Technology
Bioscience Biological Laboratory Technology
Biological Sciences Technology
Food Sciences Technology
Chemical  Chemical Sciences Technology  
Chemical Laboratory Technology
Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Technology
Civil Civil Engineering Technology 
Municipal Engineering Technology
Structural Engineering Technology 
Transportation Engineering Technology 
Construction Construction Engineering Technology
Electrical Electrical Engineering Technology 
Power Generation and Distribution Technology
Electronics Avionics Engineering Technology 
Broadcast Engineering Technology
Computer Engineering Technology
Electronics Engineering Technology 
Electronic Systems Technology
Network Engineering Technology
Power Engineering Technology
Telecommunications Engineering Technology
Engineering Design and Drafting Engineering Design and Drafting Technology
Process Piping Drafting Technology
Environmental Environmental Engineering Technology
Environmental Protection Technology
Hazardous Waste Management Technology
Pollution Control Technology
Reclamation and Remediation Technology
Renewable Resources Technology
Hydrometric Technology
Water and Wastewater Technology
Geological and Geophysical Hydrogeological Engineering Technology
Geological Engineering Technology
Geophysical Engineering Technology
Mining and Mineral Engineering Technology
Industrial Industrial Engineering Technology
Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Information Computer Programming Technology
Computer Systems Technology
Software Engineering Technology 
Instrumentation Industrial Controls Technology
Instrumentation Engineering Technology 
Materials Engineering  Materials Engineering Technology
Mechanical Aeronautical Engineering Technology 
Building Systems Engineering Technology
Marine Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology 
Robotics and Automation Engineering Technology
Nanotechnology Nanotechnology Systems
Petroleum  Petroleum Engineering Technology
Survey and Geomatics  Survey Engineering Technology 
Geomatics Engineering Technology
Welding Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Technology
Welding Engineering Technology

Note: Some sub-disciplines may be cross-disciplinary. When applying for your C.Tech. or C.E.T. designation, please select the discipline that most closely matches your area of practice.