A non-practising registrant is a person who met the requirements for practising registration under section 36 at some past time, but has chosen not to practice applied science and engineering technology at this time for reasons that do not include regulatory action by the investigation or discipline committee.

Non-practising registrants provide a written undertaking not to engage in applied science and engineering technology practice. They are not entitled to practise, supervise, or delegate in any class of applied science and engineering technology practice or use a stamp or seal.

A non-practising registrant is not eligible to:

  • Be nominated or vote during election of councillors
  • Vote at the annual general meeting (AGM) or any meeting
  • Sit on committees

For further information and guidance regarding non-practising status, please review the ASTTBC Non-Practising Guidance Document.

Non-practising registrant requirements can be found in the ASTTBC Bylaws.