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Electrical FSR: Become a training provider

Become a recognized training provider for FSR continuing education

Electrical Field Safety Representatives (FSRs) must satisfy continuing education requirements before they can renew their certificate of qualification. The next renewal process in 2021 requires class A, B and C FSRs to either:

  • Receive eight hours of continuing education training supplied by a recognized training provider
  • Self-study and pass the challenge exam with Technical Safety BC. FSRs who do not pass the exam must complete the required eight-hour training program prior to renewing in 2021

If you are a training provider and wish to offer a continuing education curriculum for class A, B and C FSRs, you can apply for a course recognition with Technical Safety BC.

How to apply

Step 1: Review our Continuing Education: Electrical Field Safety Representative Class A, B, C syllabus to ensure your curriculum aligns with our training requirements.

Step 2: Complete this application form to submit your general information.

Step 3: Within 5 business days, your application will be assessed and you will receive an email with a secure link. Use this link to upload the following documents:

  1. List of instructors, including their names, years of trade experience, and years of teaching experience
  2. Qualifications of instructors, including copies of trade qualifications and teaching qualifications
  3. Course outline and lesson plan
  4. Course delivery method
  5. Course material, which may include presentations and handouts
  6. Sample record of course completion, which should include:
    • Training provider name
    • Training provider address and phone number
    • Instructor(s) name
    • Individual’s name
    • Course title
    • Date of completion

Step 4: Upon receipt of your documents, your application and attached documents will be evaluated to ensure training requirements are met. Our intent is to support you through this process and provide you with the opportunity to make changes to the curriculum based on our findings. The process usually takes a minimum of 10 business days.

Step 5: Once your curriculum meets our training requirements, you will receive a recognition letter, and the name of your institution will be added to our list of recognized electrical training providers for this particular continuing education requirement.

Questions? Email us.