Why do I need to complete the CE Unit?
Annual continuing education is a requirement set by the Registrar. Completion of the self-study, online CE Unit is necessary to retain a VSA Salesperson Licence. Importantly, continuing education competency helps build a higher level of industry standard and ultimately increases public confidence in the motor vehicle industry.
What is this year’s CE Unit?
This year, the Registrar is focusing on issues that pertain to business ethics and the industry Code of Conduct. The CE Unit 6 – Business Ethics & Code of Conduct will be available as of May 1st.
How do I complete the CE Unit?
Licensees will be required to complete the online CE Unit as part of the licence renewal process. You will receive an email 30 days prior to your licence expiry date outlining the steps to renew your licence and register for the CE Unit. You must complete the CE Unit before your licence expires.
The Continuing Education fee is $55. You are not required to take the CE Unit until you receive your licence renewal notice email.
For licensees who have submitted a 2-year renewal, you will be required to complete the Continuing Education requirement each year. You will receive an email with further instructions 1 year into your renewal.
Warmer months are ahead, which means sales for recreation vehicles (RVs) will be on the rise. The VSA would like to remind you that most RVs contain one or more propane (or liquefied petroleum gas) appliances, a piping system and a storage tank, and these gas systems require periodic maintenance and safety checks. It is recommended to do so:
Click here for the most recent Technical Safety BC gas safety inspection recommendations for any certified recreation vehicle offered for sale that includes a propane gas system.
If you have any questions about propane inspections on certified RVs, please contact the VSA Industry Standards team.
For any other inquires, please email us.
A reminder that the VSA office is closed to visitors.
We encourage you to reach out to us by email or by phone, as many of our services are available online. If you have any questions or concerns, call us at 604-574-5050.