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The British Columbia Technology Education Association (BCTEA) is a Provincial Specialist Association (PSA) of the British Columbia Teachers Federation (BCTF).  The BCTEA represents Technology Education teachers and promotes the development and growth of Tech Ed in British Columbia schools.  The BCTEA also works with like minded groups and organizations that are involved in areas such as trades training and setting industry standards for training young workers.

BCTEA members are teachers within the public school system in British Columbia and include students in post-secondary Technology Teacher training programs.  Subscribers to the BCTEA are teachers in private schools, business and industry partners that work with the BCTEA to promote and advance interests in Technology Education.


PSA Superconference Oct 20-21

Posted on17 May 2017
The BCTEA will be apart of the PSA Supeconference this fall on October 20-21.  Please refer to the BCTEA Conference 2017 page for more information HERE

Collingwood School – Robotics/STEM teacher

Posted on16 May 2017
Collingwood School, a progressive co-ed independent day school in West Vancouver, is seeking a full time robotics and STEM/Robotics teacher at our Grade 8-12 campus. Inquiries about this position should be directed to Duncan Fraser at duncan.fraser@collingwood.org See full job...
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SD71 – Comox Valley 2 FTE positions (Sept 2017)

Posted on10 May 2017
G.P. VANIER SECONDARY (currently in round 1, but will go external) 1.0 FTE Electronics 8-12; Automotive 11/12; Drafting 11/12 1.0 FTE Woodwork 9-10; Carpentry 11/12; Skills Exploration 11/12; Construction Trades Sampler (2nd Semester) If interested please contact Randy Grey by email...
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Construction Association Feedback

Posted on10 May 2017
The Construction Foundation of BC is looking to hear directly from shop teachers around the province on a number of issues. These include safety in the shop class (and safety equipment), great projects that you’ve seen inspire kids (or how...
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