Leaders of Recreation Facility Operations

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About the CRFC
The Recreation Facilities Association of BC is a proud member of the Canadian Recreation Facilities Council (CRFC). They are the recognized national leader and advocate for all recreation facility associations and similar organizations.

Welcome to the Recreation Facilities Association of BC!

The purpose of the Recreation Facilities Association of British Columbia (RFABC) is to promote general interest, education, safe operating standards, professionalism and support among recreation facility operators, Commission and Board members in the successful operations of arenas, auditoriums, community centres, swimming pools, stadiums, parks and other recreation facilities.

Make sure you check out our Job Board, sign up for one of our courses, or take in our conference. If you have any questions, contact the RFABC office, Toll Free, at 1-877-285-3421.

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UPCOMING COURSES




IFO February 23 - 27 Saanich


BSW I February 10/11 Coquitlam


BSW II February 12/13 Coquitlam
   
RSA
January 22 Abbotsford Centre
RSA February 4 New Westminster


SPOI January 30/31 Surrey


SPO I February 7/8 Kamloops


SPO I February 21/22 Dawson Creek


SPO II January 15/16 Port Coquitlam


SPO II February 27/28 Surrey


 DON'T WAIT TO REGISTER!

Program staff must make the decision to run or cancel a course 2 weeks prior to the course start date.  Please register early to avoid disappointment.

Click on the courses tab above to go to the course registration page.

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RFABC  Conference April 20 - 23, 2015
Delta Grand Okanagan, Kelowna
DeltaGrand

GOLF TOURNAMENT - MONDAY, APRIL 20TH
TRADESHOW - TUESDAY, APRIL 21ST

Tips And Trivia

”Formerly known as the British Columbia Arena, Auditorium and Stadium Association, was formed in the spring of 1948 in order to bring people of mutual interests together to discuss similar problems and exchange ideas. Mr. V. “Ben” Williams, General Manager of the Pacific National Exhibition at the time, chaired the first meeting which attracted representation from Victoria, Vancouver, Kelowna, Nanaimo and Trail.”

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