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BCEA online training expands to include new courses

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From COVID-19 safety training to courses on computer security and electrical standards, the British Columbia Electrical Association is offering a variety of virtual training for its members.

COVID-19 safety and computer security among new options offered

The British Columbia Electrical Association offers members access to online courses ranging from electrical basics to soft skills training.

Courses offer a combination of multimedia elements, which may include high-impact videos, interactive games, dynamic animations, captivating graphics, voice-over audio, and probing questions designed to help engage trainees. BCEA members can get 10% off the cost of a course by calling 604 291 7708.

Get full details, including how to register for courses, at the BCEA website.

Here are a few new courses offered:

Not a BCEA member? Join today

With roots going back to the 1920s, the BCEA acts as a united front designed to educate and promote B.C.'s electrical industry.

To join today, email Caitlyn Domijan or call her at 604 291 7708 to receive a BCEA membership application.

Reasons to join include:

  • Education programs tailored to keep your employees up to date.
  • Scholarships for dependents of personnel of BCEA-member companies
  • Weekly news and industry updates
  • Events for interaction and networking with B.C. electrical industry stakeholders
  • Participation in electrical trade shows
  • Member discounted rates for BCEA activities, programs, and courses
  • Medical benefits program
  • Member price discounts with affiliate companies