Link to BCCASA teaching resources on Google Drive

BC Agriculture in the Classroom teaching resources

Open Education Professional Cook Textbooks

BCCASA was founded in 2000, you can view its Constitution. If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact any of our executive members 

The roles and responsibilities for BCCASA’s executive can be found HERE

BCCASA became its own provincial specialist association on October 20, 2000. Since then, the association has hosted various culinary events, student competitions, scholarship opportunities, and has provided constant support to its members in secondary schools throughout British Columbia.

Aside from running more than 70 commercial culinary classes throughout the province, teaching kitchens directly instruct thousands of students on how to safely and efficiently prepare, cook, serve, and store food in a commercial setting. These culinary arts students will serve thousands of meals a day to the school’s students and staff.

Our dedicated members are constantly faced with challenges that come with budget restrictions and healthy school guidelines, but one objective is always at the fore—strive to purchase and promote the use of local agriculture in our schools and provide students with the opportunity to purchase healthy foods at near-cost prices.

How does one join BCCASA?

Join BCCASA to share your expertise and obtain information.

Online membership registration is now available. Click here to join or renew PSA memberships now.

Alternately, download and print the PSA application form , and mail it to the BCTF with the appropriate fees. 

For information concerning PSA applications, contact 604-871-1802 or 1-800-663-9163 local 1802. 

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