Announcements

 

 

May 15, 2017

 AGM/College Update

The Spring AGM was held on Saturday, May 13th, 2017.   In total 138 Members were in attendance at the meeting.  The College would like to thank those Members who took the time to participate in the AGM. 

The Bylaw Amendments to CDTA Bylaw 5.2 were approved and the updated Bylaws can be found at http://cdta.ca/cdta-documents.  The 2016 audited Financial Statements are also available at http://cdta.ca/cdta-documents.

The College is pleased to introduce the newly elected Council as follows:

President

Brian Cook

Vice President

Dwayne Lesko

Treasurer/Finance Committee Chair

Marinela Seremetkoska

Council Member

Pam Rehm

Council Member

Isabelle Peltonen

Council Member

Grant Maier

Public Member

Douglas Cooper

Public Member

Anthony McClellan

 

Forming an Alberta Association of Dental Technology

A presentation was given to the Membership at the AGM regarding the possibility of starting a Provincial Association of Dental Technology.  The College of Dental Technologists of Alberta (CDTA) is a regulatory College, governed by provincial legislation and is not authorized to perform the functions of an association.  Major benefits of forming an association include:

  1. Establishment of a Fee Guide
  2. Public Awareness Campaign
  3. Social Activities
  4. Group Benefits

Anyone who is interested in helping to organize or who would be interested in joining an association can get in touch at abassociationofdentaltech@gmail.com


 

Spectrum Days

Spectrum Days Registration Form

If you have any questions regarding Spectrum Day, we advise you to contact them directly for the latest information.

Phone: 905-489-1970



April 19, 2016

Important information                                                                                                    

 

RE: Work-share program

 

Dear member,

During these challenging economic times, many Dental Laboratories are finding it difficult to remain profitable even after going through a series of layoffs and/or reduction in the number of employee hours of work. With that being said, the College of Dental Technologists has recently become aware of a Work share program offered by the Government of Canada that provides for income support to allow Employers to retain their employees.

More information regarding the program can be found on Service Canada’s website at:

 http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/eng/work_sharing/index.shtml

Or via Phone at: 1-866-891-5319

 

College of Dental Technologists

 


 

 

December 15, 2015

The Regulation Amendments approved by the Regulated Members at the October 25, 2015 Fall General Meeting have been forwarded to Alberta Health for review and comment.

These Regulation amendments are not in force until approved by the Government of Alberta.

Regulated Members are required to follow the current Dental Technologists Profession Regulation (Alberta Regulation 243/2004) until amendments are approved.