Professionalism is receiving far more recognition than ever before as it leads to strong reputation, a high-level of work ethic and ultimately, to workplace excellence. In this video, Harry evaluates the Professional Governance Act (PGA) and various regulations, bylaws and practice guides as tools to professionalism and risk prevention. When utilizing such tools, a framework is established where professionalism can flourish and organizations can be successful.
Headquartered in Surrey, BC, ASTTBC acknowledges the traditional Lands of the Semiahmoo, Katzie, Kwikwetlem, Kwantlen, Qayqayt and Tsawwassen Peoples.
We thank our hosts for their graciousness in welcoming us to carry out our work on their Land. In so doing, we recognize their inherent Indigenous rights and title, the implementation without qualification of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), and our support for the 94 calls to action by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
We serve the public by contributing to a safe, sustainable society and environment by regulating technology professionals. We accomplish this through supporting the competent, safe, and ethical practice of applied science technology in British Columbia.
Regulation of technology professionals that safeguards the public through leadership and excellence.
The latest issue (No. 159) of ASTTBConnect, our quarterly publication, is now available! Included is an important update from our Chair & CEO/Registrar, a spotlight story focused on new CPD guidelines, two ASTTBC registrant profiles with video and more.Read More
The Applied Science Technology and Technicians of BC (ASTTBC) is pleased to announce that Michael Thain has accepted the position of registrar. His first day in his new role is...Read More
Like many immigrants coming to Canada, Mary Lu’s qualifications were ideal for a tech sector clamouring for skilled workers. She had a degree in computer science from Heilongjiang University in...Read More
Todd Blackstock doesn’t fly helicopters, but without the special skills of technologists like him, many qualified pilots wouldn’t either. As a program manager at Anodyne Electronics Manufacturing (AEM) Corp. in...Read More
2022 has been a banner year for ASTTBC and registrants. Together, we have accomplished so much, and we have many exciting things to look forward to in the New Year,...Read More
Samira Harris was only six years old when she decided to become an engineer when she grew up. She was watching TV with her father in their home in Iran...Read More