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.
ASTTBC is soliciting proposals from qualified consultants to assist the organization in the creation of a technician level exam that can be used to test the general competencies of applied science and engineering technicians for the purpose of registration.Read More
The latest issue (No.164) of ASTTBConnect, our quarterly publication, is now available! This issue includes an important update from our Chair and CEO, a spotlight article on recent ASTTBC demographics and statistics, information about the 2024 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program, and more.Read More
The Province adopted the British Columbia Building and Fire Codes (BC Codes 2024) to provide people with a greater level of building safety and to make new buildings more sustainable, resilient and accessible.Read More
ASTTBC is soliciting proposals from qualified consultants to assist the organization in the creation of a technician level exam that can be used to test the general competencies of applied...Read More
ASTTBC is now inviting practising and retired registrants in good standing to apply for nomination to run for one of the three (3) expected vacant seats in the upcoming 2024...Read More
The Province adopted the British Columbia Building and Fire Codes (BC Codes 2024) to provide people with a greater level of building safety and to make new buildings more sustainable, resilient...Read More
As we near the end of 2023, we want to take a moment to reflect gratefully on the past year, and specifically on the things that have made us a...Read More
British Columbians will soon benefit from internationally trained professionals having an easier path to working in their chosen careers and filling crucial skills shortages as the International Credentials Recognition Act...Read More