FALL / WINTER 2020 ON-LINE TRAINING SCHEDULE WILL BE POSTED TO THE TECA WEB SITE AT THE BEGINNING OF SEPTEMBER.
ATTENTION: In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, TECA is taking precautionary measures to protect our Quality First course registrants and instructors from any further risks associated with this virus.
We are postponing all in class Quality First courses scheduled until at least the end of May.
SPECIAL NOTE: WE ARE HAPPY TO REPORT THAT WE WILL BE OFFERING ON-LINE TRAINING and it is our plan to have this course ready for delivery in a virtual format in the very near future. We will be notifying all TECA members when registration is open.
We apologize for any inconvenience the cancellation of in-class training may have caused; however, these are unique circumstances and the health and safety of our registrants and instructors is of the utmost importance. Thank you in advance for your understanding.
To those that have paid and registered for Quality First training during this timeframe, the TECA office will be reaching out to you with respect to issuing you a refund or credit on your account.
TECA's Quality First™ Ventilation Guidelines course covers the latest (December 2018) requirements of BC Building Code Section 9.32 Mechanical Ventilation.
It also provides the prerequisite information required for TECA's HRV course. Successful participants of the one-day course receive a certificate, wallet card and numbered stamp for use on TECA's Mechanical Ventilation Checklists.
Manuals include technical information and documents necessary to meet requirements of Municipal Inspection Authorities. TECA's Quality First™ Ventilation Guidelines databases are made available to inspection authorities on request for purposes of confirming successful completion and issued number. Certified Ventilation Guidelines numbers must be renewed at BC Building Code change, approximately every 5 years.
NOTE: Course fees include 6 hours of instruction, the 2-hour exam, and the Quality First™ Ventilation Guidelines Manual, provided at the start of class. Software is not included.
The BC Housing, Licensing and Consumer Services recognizes and approves TECA's Quality First Ventilation Guidelines course for Professional Development Points.
SAMPLE OF CURRENT VENTILATION STAMPS BEING ACCEPTED BY BOABC:
Identification must be current and one of the following:
To register for virtual training, please click the Register to Attend Online button below.