Technician/Technologist-in-Training (T.T.) Membership provides technical graduates with the resources necessary to advance their careers and work towards certification.
To qualify for T.T. membership applicants must:
- Be graduates of a technical program,
- Have less than two years of technical work experience, and
- Work or be seeking work in Alberta or the Northwest Territories
If working or seeking work outside of Alberta or the Northwest Territories, applicants should contact their provincial technology association to inquire about membership options.
The maximum term for T.T. membership is four years. T.T. members who require an extension may contact email@example.com.
Fees and Dues
|Annual Membership Dues
NOTE: Due to the global pandemic of COVID-19, we understand that it may be difficult to obtain and mail in your official transcripts. If that is the case, you can submit your unofficial transcript to ASET via email at firstname.lastname@example.org after you have completed the online application. It must clearly state on your transcript (unofficial or official) your graduation date or date of program completion so that we can confirm that you are eligible for T.T. membership.
World Education Services (WES) Credential Assessment: ASET will accept the electronic submission of a completed assessment through WES’s secure online delivery system, thus reducing the need to mail it. See here for more information if you have already completed a WES assessment (not in progress). Please do not email the assessment to ASET personally; rather request it to be sent from WES directly in order for ASET to accept it officially.
T.T. members are encouraged to download the competency summary in their discipline of practice and begin tracking relevant work experience. This preparation provides T.T. members with a comprehensive experience record for their future certification application.
The competency summary is one of the key application components for certification. It is a point-form description of an applicant’s work experience in relation to six key competencies.
Instructions for completing the report are included within the document and a sample summary is available for review.