- One of BC’s largest self-regulating associations, the ASTTBC represents more than 10,000 technologists & technology professionals.
Cascadia Windows & Doors is proud to announce the company’s president, Mike Battistel, has been recently elected as a council director of the Applied Science Technologists & Technicians of British Columbia (ASTTBC).
A long-time member of the ASTTBC and advocate for technologists and technology professionals, Battistel will serve with the board’s seven other directors through 2023.
“I’m exciting to begin working with the ASTTBC council,” says Battistel. “With over 10,000 technology professionals in the association, contributing an estimated $6 billion to the economy, it’s a privilege to be elected.”
An independent certifying body for engineering and applied science technologists and technicians, ASTTBC registrants operate in sixteen disciplines and nine special certifications in the broad field of applied science.
To learn more visit https://asttbc.org/
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