Applying to the Autism CanTech program

All programs are currently at capacity. If interested in applying for Autism CanTech! please fill out the form below to be added to our waitlist.

The personal information requested on the application form is collected by NorQuest College under the authority of Section 65 of the Post-secondary Learning Act and section 33(C) of Alberta's Freedom of Information and Privacy Act and will be used for the purpose of determining suitability to the ACT! Program, and for planning course offerings and events. The information will be anonymously disclosed for statistical purposes to the Government of Canada Youth Employment Skills Strategy.

If you are applying for the ACT! Program at another institution please note that your personal information is collected by NorQuest College as the overall administrator of the program. Application information will be disclosed to the institution for which you are applying and jurisdiction for those records applies to the province in which the institution is located, such as the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) that governs the jurisdiction.

For information about the collection and use of this information, contact the Centre Manager, Autism CanTech! Centre located at 10230 108 Street NW Edmonton, AB, T5J 1L6, at contact@autismcantech.ca, or at 1-833-405-9919.


Preferred Method of Delivery:

NorQuest College
Edmonton Campus

10230 108 St NW
Edmonton, AB T5J 4Z7
contact@autismcantech.ca
1.833.405.9919

Douglas College
New Westminster campus

700 Royal Avenue 
New Westminster, BC V3M 5Z5 
778.628.5823 

Humber College
North Campus

205 Humber College Blvd,
Toronto, ON  M9W 5L7
416.795.5561

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Treaty Acknowledgement

Amiskwacîwâskahikan

The ACT! Program is honoured to teach and learn across many traditional and treaty lands including the unceded territories of the Coast Salish Peoples of the QayQayt (KuhKite) and Kwikwetlem First Nations to the West; through the treatied lands and traditional territories of the Nehiyawak, Dene, Stoney Nakoda, Nakota Sioux, Tsuutina, Annishnabe, Metis, and Inuit; all the way to the traditional lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit in the Place of the Alders along the Humber River Watershed in the East. The Autism CanTech! Team is dedicated to ensuring that Indigenous voice is centered, honoured and respected. In this spirit, we invite you to reflect on your relationship to the lands on which you are currently located, and take action for positive change in your community in this time of reconciliation.