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Energy

Alberta's oil and gas sector continues to be the driving force behind our provincial economy.  Our engineering technology, Occupational Health and Safety and apprenticeship programs will prepare you to join the proud workforce of energy professionals and contribute to the safe and sustainable extraction, distribution and processing of fossil fuels. 

Chemical Engineering Technology

Prepare for employment in the oil and gas industry with knowledge, skills and experience necessary for success.

Electrical Engineering Technology

Learn about the structure, operation, protection and control of electrical and electronic systems and equipment.

Geological Technology - Exploration

Unlock the undiscovered potential of what lies below the surface of the Earth.

Geological Technology - GeoEnvironmental

Unlock the undiscovered potential of what lies below the surface of the Earth.

Geomatics Engineering Technology

Survey your career path and learn about the collection, analysis, storage, distribution and application of spatial data used in land development.

Instrumentation Engineering Technology

Through a series of practical and theoretical experiences, learn how to measure and control industrial processes safely.

Materials Engineering Technology

Learn how to properly test metals, non-metals, ceramics, composites and plastics in destructive and non-destructive ways.

Occupational Health and Safety

The NAIT Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) diploma program will prepare you to fill essential health and safety roles in industry to meet the growing demands of government regulations.

Petroleum Engineering Technology

Our state of the art facilities and experienced instructors will prepare you for employment in the upstream (drilling and production) and midstream (pipeline) energy sectors.

Power Engineering, 4th Class

In just 1 year, gain the skills needed to operate and maintain boilers, pumps, compressors, generators and water treatment systems.

Power Engineering Technology

Study thermodynamics, electricity, electronics, refrigeration and air conditioning to become a provincially-recognized power engineer.

See what else the School of Applied Sciences and Technology has to offer