CERTIFY YOUR SUCCESS!
TechNova is the professional organization for technicians and technologists in the Province of Nova Scotia. Our society was incorporated in 1967 and is responsible for administering the Applied Science Technology Act of Nova Scotia, maintaining and enforcing high standards of technical and ethical competence, and ensuring the consistent and effective certification of technicians and technologists.
The Act regulates the use of the nationally trade-marked professional designations: CET Certified Engineering Technologist, C.Tech, Certified Engineering Technician and Applied Science Technician, AScT Applied Science Technologist
TechNova will promote safety and proficiency in Nova Scotia and contribute to the province’s economic prosperity by certifying technology professionals.
TechNova will be a solution-focused organization, proactively meeting the professional needs of it’s members.
TechNova will enhance the profile of technology professions by fostering relationships with strategic partners.
We value Respect:
By actively listening to members and stakeholders, we develop relationships from a foundation of mutual trust and respect.
We value Innovation:
We promote innovation by welcoming change, encouraging creative problem solving and continuous improvement.
We value Collaboration:
Through open communications with members and stakeholders, we foster a spirit of teamwork and co-operation by promoting inclusivity and welcoming a diversity of ideas.
We value Integrity:
We are committed to excellence and integrity in all that we do by employing high standards and incorporating best practices.
We value Service:
By providing prompt, relevant service, we are responsive to our members and the technology professions.
We value Accountability:
We are accountable to our members and stakeholders by practicing good stewardship of our resources and by being transparent in our activities.
CERTIFYING TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS
FOR 50 YEARS
TechNova was established as the Society of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists of Nova Scotia in 1967 by a group of local engineers, educators and technology professionals in order to maintain and regulate National Technology Bench Marks for technicians and technologists.