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ASTTBC eNews March 2017
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Dear <<First Name>>,
ASTTBC eNews is your connection with the Applied Science Technologists & Technicians of British Columbia, one of the largest professional associations in BC.

Current News & Events

Registration online now for the May 27th ASTTBC AGM & Conference!

'EARLY BIRD‘ Registration Fee of $89.00 will be offered until APRIL 7th. This full-day event is a great opportunity for CPD credit.

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DiversAbilities LMP Report brings insight to PwD accessibility to technical occupations

This project developed strategies for employers to consider persons with disabilities to address their skills shortages.

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National Technology Professional Associations meeting

The AETTNL President & ASTTBC President co-chaired the meeting and the group resolved to work collaboratively nation-wide.

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Technology Skills Appreciation Week (TSAW) – Showcasing Tech Skills of BC’s Workforce

Technology skills support every industry in our Provincial and National economy. ASTTBC celebrated TSAW March 13-17.

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Reigniting ASTTBC Building Designers

The group has voted to rebrand themselves as ASTTBC Building Designers (ASTTBC-BD).

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Science World Pres & CEO Talks w/ BC Business about bridging the STEM gap

Science World plays an important role through deep collaborations to get kids interested in STEM careers.

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ASTTBC Photo Contest 2017 - 150 Years of Canadian Technology!

A Look at the Past – A Look to the Future! ASTTBC challenges you to send in photos reflective of the growth of technology.

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ASTTBC in the Community

Heavyweight spaghetti competition postponed at Okanagan College

A hydraulic fault line measuring device failed, postponing the event. 

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ASTTBC Member Networking Reception a Success

Amelia Cooper, who is keen to break into the GIS field, passes her resume to Tim Murphy AScT, MBA, an ASTTBC Past President.

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Dream Big : Engineering Our World, an OMNIMAX Film at Science World

Don't Miss it - Playing until April 17! ASTTBC encourages everyone to view the film, offered during TSAW & NEGM.

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Fort St. John Community Science Celebration Attended by 1,500 people

ASTTBC participated in the March 4th event, in partnership with the Northern Lights College and Science World BC. 

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Member Services & Updates

Great Member Savings on entertainment & activities!

Members can save on fun outings in the lower Mainland: Phantom of the Opera, Monster Jam & League of Legends!

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IMPORTANT INFO ABOUT YOUR 2017 DUES: Pay immediately to avoid cancellation!

A $100 fee will be applied after membership is cancelled for non-payment of dues to UNCANCEL and reinstate membership.

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Practice & Regulatory Standard

TechBITS from ASTTBC Registrar Charles Joyner

Female membership in ASTTBC is 12%. The BCWiT - BC Women in Technology program promotes & supports women in tech careers.

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Principle 2

Undertake and accept responsibility for professional assignments only when qualified by training and experience.

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Professional Development & Tech Career

Each year ASTTBC showcases the best in BC through our Awards Program.

You can help recognize deserving individuals by submitting an Award Nomination! It only takes a few minutes!

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Van Horne Institute’s Women in Supply Chain

Please join in the new series: Innovative Supply Chain. Keynote by Jennifer Martin, Pres & CEO of TELUS Spark.

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TechPROfile: Bern Roters, AScT Environmental Services Coordinator

TechPROfile is an online showcase of technology professionals registered with ASTTBC.

 

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TechJOBS: Engineering Development Technician, City of Kamloops

The City of Kamloops is focused on the highest levels of service excellence, based on an organization-wide community culture.

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Attend ASTTBC Events for CPD credit!

Event dates and locations listing.

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April is Safe Digging Month

BC Safety Authority (BCSA) reminds British Columbians to be safe & call before they dig.

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