All BC Teachers' Council meetings are open to the public and are held at the Teacher
Regulation Branch office at 400-2025 W Broadway in Vancouver.
If you would like to attend an upcoming public Council meeting,
please read the Visitor Protocol
and register using the Visitor Reservation Form.
Council Meeting Rules
The rules are intended to promote the principles of fairness, equality and common sense.
They should be used in a manner that facilitates consensus building and knowledge-based decision making.
They should be applied in a manner that advances the Council’s legal mandate and work plan, and that
helps regulate the teaching profession in the public interest.
Public Input to the Council
Members of the public may provide input to the Council on matters that are directly related to its mandate.
They must consider that the Council’s work is guided by the principles of public interest and service to the
public. Two types of input will be considered: consultation and information outside of meetings, and
information or presentations to the Council at Council meetings.
If you would like to provide information or request the opportunity to make a formal presentation to the Council,
we ask that you first review the Council Meeting Rules and, in particular, the section on "Public Input to the Council."
To provide information in-person at a Council meeting, the public will be given the opportunity during "Comment Period" and the "Talking Break" segments of the meeting.
To provide comment in writing or to request the opportunity to make a formal presentation at a Council meeting, please use the
Feedback Form to email the Council, choosing "Public Input to the Council" in the subject drop-down menu.