*** BCCSA is pleased to offer its courses in a new webinar format ***

Please be advised September & October course dates have been added to our course schedule.  Please proceed to our course calendar and register through the website.

Classroom Courses – available in Langley & Prince George only.  Due to COVID-19 guidelines, limited courses and seats available.

In order to participate in our online webinars you will need the following requirements:

  • Participant mailing address for course manuals
  • Stable internet connection
  • Laptop/desktop (dual screens recommended)
  • Smartphone
  • Built in or external camera and microphone

Any questions please email training@bccsa.ca


Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Points

SiteReadyBC qualifies for 6 CPD points recognized by BC Housing Licensing and Consumer Services .

Course

CPD Points

SiteReadyBC - Online Construction Safety Orientation

6

Leadership For Safety Excellence Course (LSE™)

14

Principles of Injury Management Course

7

Train the Safety Trainer Course Overview

7

BC Construction Safety Legislation & Administration Course

14

WHMIS 2015 Train the Trainer Course

7

Principles of Health & Safety Management

6

Roadbuilders Safety Training System 

4

 

No Cost Training

Courses listed in the calendar in red qualify for BCCSA's No Cost Training. If your employer is registered with WorkSafeBC in the Construction Sector (Classification Unit (CU) 72), or (CU) 704008, or 712033 then you are eligible for FREE training on some of BCCSA's courses! Simply enter your valid CU number on the registration form. A deposit is charged upon registration and released upon successful completion of the course.

At-Cost Training
Training courses developed specifically for BCCSA's National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO®) program are listed in the calendar in grey, and are not eligible for our No Cost Training policy. At-cost courses are available year round and available to everyone, registration in the NCSO® program is not required.


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