2018 BCCAT Course Schedule
|Course Name||2018 Dates||Member Rates*||Non-member Rates**|
Practice & Procedure for Decision Makers
Practice & Procedure for Staff Members
Please note: this course is available in person or via video conferencing.
|Decision Writing Workshop||Nov 22-23||$550||$770|
|Hearing Skills Workshop||Dec 6-7||$550||$770|
Practice & Procedure for Post Secondary Education Institutions
|Institutions should contact BCCAT|
If you are a BCCAT member, you are entitled to a discount on all courses.
After you register for a course BCCAT will acknowledge your registration and provide you with detailed information regarding your course.
Note: The Administrative Justice – Practice and Procedures for Educational Institutions is arranged separately between the organizations and BCCAT. Contact us for further information.
After receiving very positive member feedback, BCCAT has decided to join the paperless movement and initiate a paperless course materials policy.
Electronic course materials will be provided as PDF files, a universal format that provides access to tools such as highlighting and note-taking. Each registrant will receive an email 5 days before their course starts that will include the link required in order to download the course materials in PDF form onto their portable device. BCCAT will also provide and post tips on how to read, search and annotate these course materials on mobile devices.
BCCAT thanks their members for their encouragement with this initiative.
Please note that all courses are non-refundable if cancelled within 10 days of course start date. Course enrolment is transferable to another member of your organization. Courses may be cancelled and you will be notified 7 days in advance if insufficient enrolment occurs. Please contact BCCAT directly with any questions.
With the exception of Administrative Justice: Practice & Procedure for Decision Makers on Oct 25th & 26th, 2018 and Administrative Justice for Staff Members on Nov 9th, 2018, courses will be held at the Justice Education Society of British Columbia located at 260 – 800 Hornby Street.
Administrative Justice: Practice & Procedure for Decision Makers and Administrative Justice for Staff Members will be held at The Society of Notaries Public of British Columbia located at 700 – 625 Howe Street.