OACETT: Engineering Technicians and Engineering Technologists

What’s the difference between an Engineer and an Engineering Technologist? National Engineering Month is a lot of fun, but do you see yourself being involved in engineering as a career? You may have heard of Professional Engineers: in Canada to become an Engineer it requires a 4-year university degree, plus an additional few years of experience

Pi Day π Day #piday

It's March 14, also known as 3/14, also known as Pi Day! Join the party! #piday Wait, what's Pi Day? Pi Day is a celebration of the mathematical constant Pi, also represented by the Greek letter π. The value of Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. That's any circle no matter how large or

Top 5 engineering wonders you can visit during March break

March break is not even half over! If you need some local ideas of where to go as a family this week, here are our favourite engineering wonders that are in Ontario and totally worth the visit. 1. CN Tower - Civil construction engineering The CN Tower is an iconic piece of the Toronto skyline and the world's tallest

Spring Break with NEM

What's that? School's out??? Enjoy the wonders of engineering and technology during spring break with these wonderful events! (listed in chronological order) Ottawa, March 10th - NEM at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum Professional Engineers Ontario Ottawa Chapter teams up with the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers to bring some engineering fun to our

5 inspiring National Engineering Month events

It's less than a week to National Engineering Month! We're kicking off the NEM 2018 blog with 5 inspiring events that show of the world changing spirit of engineering! 1. Water for the World - March 19th-23rd in Toronto Water for the World is an annual event series for students in grades 7-9 run by the

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