What is the EVTA of BC?
The Emergency Vehicle Technicians Association of BC is comprised of vehicle maintenance personnel from within the Emergency Services field and other interested sectors of local government and private industry. The Association was formed in 2007 as a non-profit Society under the BC Societies Act, providing both transparency in its operation and a democratically elected body. Our members have control of the Association and its function. The purpose of the EVTA of BC is to facilitate training and promote educational processes. EVTA of BC offers a platform to network with other technicians on matters regarding emergency vehicle/apparatus maintenance, repair, guidelines and standards.
Why should I become a member?
One of the goals of this Association is to help promote improved standards for emergency vehicle maintenance and to advance the Emergency Vehicle Technician profession. EVTA of BC holds Annual Training Seminars that offer a variety of educational workshops instructed by leading industry professionals. The workshops offer basic training for non-licensed and semi-skilled maintenance personnel as well as an opportunity for licensed mechanics to network, enhance skills and further their education. Our Annual Training Seminars also offer exposure to a wide variety of trade related vendors and suppliers offering an important direct contact for both parties.
What is the cost of an EVTA of BC Membership?
A membership with the Emergency Vehicle Technicians Association of BC currently costs $60.00 per year. (Membership fee increased to $60.00 per year by resolution passed at Annual General Meeting held on May 30, 2019 in Vernon, B.C.) - View AGM Minutes
How do I join ?
Please download and complete our new member registration form and then send it in to EVTA of BC using one of the two payment methods listed on the registration form.
Yes, you must be a member in good standing (annual dues paid) to attend Training Seminars.
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.