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ASTTBC temporarily offering remote invigilation for online exams

ASTTBC is pleased to share that it is currently accommodating people with online invigilation for exams in order to help stop the spread of COVID-19. By bringing most exams online…


Call for Applications for Nomination to Council

ASTTBC is inviting registrants to apply to be nominated to run for one of the three (3) expected vacant Council seats in its election beginning April 6, 2021. Elected Councillors…


Advancing Women in Engineering and Technology Resources

ASTTBC’s Advancing Women in Engineering and Technology project has developed several free resources to assist individuals seeking information related to engineering and technology initiatives and organizations. The project goal is to increase…


Technology Professionals Find Canadian Voice in Landmark Union

News Release October 7, 2020 – Toronto, Ontario – Partnering for change towards a brighter future for engineering technology and applied science professionals, Technology Professionals Canada (TPC) is proud to…


Infographic: ASTTBC Registrants – Always at Work

Every day ASTTBC technologists, technicians and technical specialists serve the public interest and remain committed to a safe, healthy and sustainable society and environment. This infographic illustrates the many disciplines…


ASTTBC welcomes new registrar Phillipa Stanaway

The Applied Science Technology and Technicians of BC (ASTTBC) is pleased to welcome new registrar, Phillipa Stanaway; her first day with ASTTBC is September 21, 2020. A lawyer by background,…


Remembering Ron Green (1929-2020)

After a long battle with Parkinson’s disease, ASTTBC registrant and past President Ronald (Ron) Green, AScT, passed away in Kelowna on August 7, 2020. He was a registrant for 51…


Contest: Talk Technical to Me – share your story with ASTTBC!

ASTTBC knows the work you do is important and requires you to innovate and problem solve every day. We want to hear your stories from the front-lines – the stories…


In Memory of Anne Sharp

Anne Sharp was a dear friend and colleague to many at ASTTBC, where she worked for several years administering the ASTTBC Foundation as executive director. She retired last year, and…


Registered Onsite Wastewater Practitioners survey commissioned by an undisclosed source

On or around June 2, 2020, you may have received an e-mail from cale@discoveryresearch.ca claiming to be conducting a survey for the “future of your industry”. The e-mail contains a…