Emergency Vehicle Technicians Association

of British Columbia

Note:  Registration procedures have changed. Follow the instructions (three steps) found on the top of the registration form.  Please direct all membership, registration and payment inquiries to Joanne Topping, Administrator for EVTA of BC at joanne.evtabc@gmail.com 

In Appreciation...

REGISTRATION​ OPENS

MARCH 4th, 2019

ACCOMMODATION

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EVTA of BC would like to thank the following members, instructors and representatives for their individual time commitments and contributions made in support of the 2018 EVTA of BC Annual Training Seminars in Vernon, B.C.  

2018 Training Seminars Coordinators:   

EVTA of BC Members:   Al Fessenden, Rob Bennett and Greg Harsch

and​​​

Member Mark Bennie, Director

Member Glenn Jones, Treasurer, Past Seminars Coordinator

Greg Harsch and Gale Myers of Rocky Mountain Phoenix

Mike O'Neil and Matt Munson of Spartan Chassis

Darryl Beatrice of E-One Fire Apparatus

Mark Biernat of Biernat Fire Inc.

Terry Bay of ROM Corporation

Mark Evel of Pierce Manufacturing

Kevin Schuessler of Command Lighting

Chuck Hutchins of Class 1 - Specialist Systems

Javier Hernandez of OnSpot Chains

Brian Evans of Fides Marketing

Jason Wood of Snap On Tools

Mike Rogers

Mark Yager of Sigma Safety


Exam Date:  TBA
Location:  Prestige Hotel Vernon
EVTCC Exam Test Site #: TBD

Training Seminars 2019

You must register with the EVTCC 16 days in advance of the exam date to write an EVT exam at Training Seminars.  Click on the Icon below to contact the EVTCC to register or inquire about their program.
May 29th to June 1st, 2019
Prestige Hotel & Conference Centre
Vernon, BC

EVTCC EXAMINATION INFORMATION

Deadline to book blocked rooms at the special conference rate of $126+taxes per night (King/Queen) is May 15, 2019
Tel:  (250) 558-5991
EVTA of BC Reservation Code is  TBD
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OUR MISSION STATEMENT

To promote the certification and education of maintenance personnel to a level that will ensure the ability of the emergency service personnel to perform their functions safely and to the benefit of the general public.