BCCSW is an Anti-Racism Professional Regulatory College. College Anti-Racism Statement: READ HERE
BCCSW extends Respect, Dignity and Healing. Residential School and Indigenous-Specific Racism Statement: READ HERE
The Board is the College’s governing authority. The College’s mandate and structure is established by the Social Workers Act.
There are twelve members on the Board; eight are elected by the College’s registrants while the provincial government appoints four as public representatives. The Board meets approximately five times a year to develop policy and plan the implementation of the College’s goals. Board meetings are open to the public. A small staff, under the direction of the College’s Registrar, runs day-to-day operations.
Click here to view a list of the 2021 Board members.
To review descriptions of the above committees, click here.
In addition, the College can establish Reference groups which are advisory to committees and the Board as deemed necessary.