TORONTO, July 8, 2013 /CNW/ - OACETT, a leading professional association
of more than 24,000 members and the certifying body that issues the
designations of C.E.T. and C.Tech., instated Stephen Morley, C.E.T.,
C.I.M. as OACETT's new president on May 30 at the Association's annual
general meeting and conference.
During his presidency, he will lead the Association through a thorough
review of its strategic plan, while ensuring OACETT continues to
deliver value to all members within the 15 disciplines and 28 local
chapters it represents.
Morley graduated from Centennial College's Mechanical Engineering
Technology - Design program in 1990, at which time he joined OACETT,
becoming a certified engineering technologist in 1995.
His resumé includes a variety of engineering and business management
roles, including his current position as integration manager at CSA
Group, where he is responsible for integrating the business that CSA
acquired in the United Kingdom.
"I am delighted that Stephen Morley is president of OACETT, the leading
organization in applied science and engineering technology
certification," commented Magali Depras, vice-president Europe, CSA
Group. "Stephen is a seasoned professional with broad experience in
engineering technology, and he has a very clear understanding of the
various issues technicians and technologists are facing. I have
experienced first-hand how Stephen successfully led organizational
change in a complex and multicultural environment."
A committed OACETT volunteer and council member since 2001, Morley has
made significant contributions towards the advancement of the
profession, serving on various committees, as vice-president of IETO,
and secretary-treasurer and IETO councillor for the Central Region. For
the past two years, he has held the position of president-elect and
chair of the OACETT Administration Board.
Morley will serve as OACETT president for the next two years.
Representing more than 24,000 members across the province, OACETT is the professional association that promotes the interests of
engineering and applied science technicians and technologists in
industry, educational institutions, the government and the public.
OACETT is Ontario's independent certifying body for engineering and
applied science technicians and technologists. Members hold one of the
following designations: C.Tech. (Certified Technician), A.Sc.T.
(Applied Science Technologist) or C.E.T. (Certified Engineering
SOURCE: OACETT - Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians & Technologists
For further information:
Sharron Leonard, Director, Professional Affairs and Services, 416-621-9621 x242, firstname.lastname@example.org