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The Certified Technicians & Technologists Association of Manitoba

CTTAM is the regulatory body in the Province of Manitoba that provides certification through credibility, recognition, employability and relationships with educators.

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Manitoba's application process

Who to contact

Applicants can contact the Member Services Coordinator at or at 204-784-1081.

Processing Times

It can take 3 weeks or longer to become a member as the applicant is required to write and pass the Professional Practice Exam and technical references must complete a questionnaire to validate the applicant’s technical competencies.


Application Fee is $150.00.


When you earn certification from CTTAM, you have shown that you are willing to go that extra step by striving to become a professional. You as a CTTAM member have validated to your employer, clients and associates that you have achieved a level of professionalism.

You have earned the right to use one of the following exclusive, protected titles:

- Certified Technician (C.Tech.)

- Certified Engineering Technologist (C.E.T.)

Employers, governments, educational institutions and the public in Manitoba and across Canada recognize these titles.

Certification demonstrates that you have:

- Agreed to uphold and abide by a Code of Ethics, promising to fulfill your duty to the public, the profession and your fellow members.

- You have been evaluated by your peers and have met a national standard of education and experience.

- You have made a commitment to your profession.

- You have made a personal statement that you are a technology professional.

CTTAM Professional Practice Exam (Ethics)

Registration as a technician or technologist with CTTAM requires successful completion of a professional practice and ethics (PPE) study module and examination. Access to the online study module and the exam is available only after submitting your application.  The CTTAM PPE is a test of every applicant’s knowledge of the Act, regulations and code of ethics.

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between the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans. The province is bounded to the north by Nunavut territory, to the northeast by Hudson Bay, to the east by Ontario, to the south by the U.S. states of Minnesota and North Dakota, and to the west by Saskatchewan. Manitoba contains more than 100,000 lakes, including Lake Winnipeg, one of the world’s largest inland bodies of fresh water. More than two-fifths of the province’s land area is forested. Winnipeg, Manitoba’s largest city, is the capital. The province’s name comes from an Indian word meaning “the god who speaks.”.

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Apply for certification in Manitoba

Apply for certification in Manitoba