Address:100 – 550 West 6th Ave.Vancouver, BCV5Z 4P2BCTF Website The BCTF Advantage program is your gateway to a range of benefits and offers from car to insurance. With 41,000 members, BCTF, as an organization, has been able to save money on various products and services to members. The BCTF Advantage program allows your BCTF member to work for you in areas outside of your employment relationship. For most BCTF Advantage partners, simply indicate that you are a BCTF member and they will apply your discount/savings to your purchase. Have you recently used your BCTF subscription? Take a moment and see what`s available to you! The program includes Insurance Personal Finance Cars Travel Marketplace Health and Wellness Partners If you represent a company or supplier that wishes to participate in the program, we ask you to approve our policies. If the guidelines are acceptable, please contact us and we will be happy to discuss your proposal. Lower Vancouver Island Teachers` Associations:Saanich Teachers` Association (#63) 778-426-1426Greater Victoria Teachers` Association (#61) 250-595-0181Gulf Islands Teachers` Association (#64) 1-250-537-499 0Cowichan Teachers` Association (#65) 1-250-748-2251Lake Cowichan Teachers` Association (#66) 1-250 748-0011 SD 39 Vancouver SD 39 Collective Agreement SD 39 Adult Collective Education Agreement CONTACT SOOKETEACHERS@SHAW.CA WITH ANYSITONS OR CONCERNS. Roles and responsibilities of teachers and educational assistants We are committed to attracting and retaining highly qualified and motivated staff. We pride ourselves on our warm and welcoming schools, and you simply can`t surpass our climate and unlimited access to rest all year round.
It`s one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country AND it`s a great place to work!. Free sales card for BCTF members: bctf.innovicares.ca/TQ Service1-604-736-5484 School District No. 62 (Sooke) 250-474-9800www.sd62.bc.ca/ SD 42 Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows SD 42 Collective Agreement SD 84 Vancouver Island West SD 84 Collective Agreement SD 93 The Conseil Scolaire Francophone de la Colombie-Britannique SD 93 Collective Agreement This site is under construction. Please check the link above for your information on collective agreements. We strive to enable all students to realize their potential and acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to contribute to a healthy society and a healthy economy – now and in the future. We are committed to enhancing student learning by: BC Retired Teachers` Association1-877-683-2243www.bcrta.ca Code of EthicsThe Code of Ethics contains general rules for all BCTF members to maintain high standards of professional service and behaviour towards students, colleagues and the professional union. EFAP (Employee and Family Assistance Program) Lifeworks (as of June 16, 2017) Employee &Family Assistance1-888-307-0590http:/login.lifeworks.com We offer students a wide range of learning opportunities from kindergarten to 12th grade. Classroom, including Aboriginal education, advanced placement, award-winning music programs, AVID (Advancement Through Individual Determination), career programs (gastronomy, carpentry and cosmetics), continuing education, dance, football and hockey academies, a priority art school (elementary school), K-12 French Immersion, an international studies program, a high school curriculum and PACE (Program for Academic and Creative Enrichment).