Skills Canada British Columbia

Volunteers

SkillsBC prides itself on the fact that volunteers are the core of our organization. Each year SkillsBC hosts the Regional and Provincial Competition thanks to the support of hundreds of volunteers. The events are made possible because of the commitment and generosity of our volunteers. SkillsBC appreciates our volunteers and wants to make your volunteer experience unforgettable. We invite you to be a part of our team!

Volunteer Opportunities Include:

General Set up and Tear down
Registration/ Info Booth/School Tours
Mentors for the Girls Exploring Trades and Technologies Conference
Join a Provincial Technical Committee
Try-A-Trades®

Email rene@skillscanada.bc.ca to volunteer

National and International Volunteer Opportunities
Our volunteers have the opportunity to be part of the local, provincial, national and international Skills Movement. Experience at the regional and provincial levels are necessary building blocks to preparing individuals for national and international competition experience.

Volunteer Opportunities

Provincial Technical Committees

The Provincial Competition is only possible with the work and ideas of hundreds of volunteers. Each competition requires a Provincial Technical Committee to plan everything from projects and judging to set up and tear down to sourcing equipment.

PTC Members should have training and experience in the trade or technology in which they are participating. Experience on a PTC is essential to qualifying for our national and international volunteer opportunities.

Provincial Technical Committee (PTC) Volunteer Opportunities
SkillsBC is currently recruiting Secondary, Post-Secondary or Industry experts for the following competition areas:

  •  Architectural CAD
  •  Automation and Control
  •  Cabinetmaking
  •  Carpentry
  •  Mechanical CAD
  •  Plumbing
  •  Refrigeration

If you are interested in applying for one of these competition areas, please
contact rene@skillscanada.bc.ca 604-432-4362

PTC General Duties

  • Create Scope Documents
  • Create projects
  • Create Judging Criteria
  • Determine registration limits
  • Recruit and orient judges
  • Determine equipment and material needs
  • Facilitate the competition during event days
  • Attend the Provincial Competition
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