Unique features of Civil Engineering Design and Technology Diploma program at North American College of Information Technology

This program is particularly designed for individuals who have non-Canadian education qualifications and experience. This diploma is approved from Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities with Advanced Standing, which means Foreign-trained Civil Engineers will learn most widely used software and modules required for the Canadian job market. In just 31 weeks, a Foreign-trained Civil Engineer will be job ready. Save time, learn what is missing, be prepared and be on the job!


How long will it take to complete Civil Engineering Design and Technology Diploma program at North American College of Information Technology?

As a Foreign-trained Civil Engineer you will be enrolled in Civil Engineering Design and Technology Diploma program at North American College of Information Technology for 31 weeks. You will learn Canadian Engineering Law, Ontario Building Code, Geo Environment, Primavera, Building Science and Home Inspection, Timberline, Staad Pro, Auto CAD, Microstation, Engineering Project and Career Development modules of the program.


Who will be eligible for Advanced Standing for Civil Engineering Design and Technology Diploma program at North American College of Information Technology?

A special feature of this program is that it has been designed for recent immigrants to Canada who have substantial training and experience in Civil Engineering from another country and who find it difficult to find employment in Canada because their foreign certification or experience are not recognized by employers. When thee people apply, their overseas credentials are assessed by the registrar's office; then they have a personal meeting to discuss their qualifications; they then take an advanced placement test and they are invited to sit in on a couple of classes to get a good idea of our standards and instructional methods.

If they qualify, they can then register into the final 31 weeks of the program, where they will be taking courses such as Canadian Engineering Law, Geo Environment, Building Science, Ontario Building Code, and get trained on industry standard software packages such as Primavera, Timberline, Staad Pro, Auto CAD and Microstation.