Learn about the programs and structures available to support you as a member of the BC Teachers' Federation
The BCTF Digital Service helps the BC Teachers' Federation, Locals and PSAs transform to support, engage, and inform members in a digital world.
Provides direct, individual assistance to active teachers who are experiencing difficulty with their teaching practice.
PSAs are channels for members to exchange ideas on research, teaching strategies, curriculum development, and other shared interests.
Starling Minds is an online mental health and wellness toolkit, designed for teachers, that provides education and training to manage stress and prevent anxiety and depression.
TeachBC is your go-to site for free downloadable lesson plans, posters and classroom resources. Anyone can browse and download the resources for classroom or professional use.
We act on our responsibility to promote an education for decolonization in the interest of the Aboriginal children we teach.
The BCTF Advantage Program is your gateway to a number of benefits, discounts and offers from cars to insurance.
The BCTF Assistance Society provides emergency financial aid in the form of loans or non-repayable grants.
Our education eBook collection includes books on classroom management, advice for new teachers, teaching strategies and more.
The Health and Safety Program supports members through training, workshops, wellness advocacy, and assistance with WCB appeals.
BCTF Health and Wellness program provides supports members when they are dealing with medical conditions that impact their ability to work.
The BCTF contributes to internationalism through its solidarity work with teacher unions.
Carries out projects that support the priorities of the BCTF in bargaining, education policy, professional practice, and social justice.
The BCTF Training Department, within the Professional and Social Issues Division, offers high-quality training programs to assist school union representatives in their ongoing work.
The Bureau provides supports for French as a first or working language teachers.
Creates and promotes resources for members and locals on social justice issues specific to each action group.
The IMS is a team of volunteer BCTF members, trained and experienced as mediators, who work with teachers to help resolve workplace conflicts.
Considers and deals with complaints of alleged breaches of the Code of Ethics, or conduct harmful or prejudicial to the interests of the Federation.
The purpose of the division is to enhance student learning by promoting and supporting socially responsible quality teaching.
Teacher Inquiry is a teacher-organized, teacher-led professional development transforming the teaching practice.