Clifford Murray Shackelly, AScT
Starting as an apprentice carpenter
Working in mines, ex. Highmont –Ball Mill
Revelstoke Dam – carpenter welder
Going to BCIT – 1986 watching the Expo Buildings being built/site visits.
Training many apprentice carpenters including two of my sons, Dustin & Chris.
Being affiliated with CMHC doing Basic Home Maintenance workshops, Progress Advance inspections and Mold Remediation workshops. Between places like Port Hardy, Bella Bella, Kincolith,/Nass, Hazelton/all over BC
Why I Became A Technology Professional
- Back in 1983, I was in transition between being a carpenter and a contractor. I realized at that time I needed more training in reading the building code, bookkeeping and estimating. I picked up BCIT’s calender of different technologies and Building Technology seemed to be a perfect fit for my ongoing education.
Professional & Community Activities
- First Nations National Building Association
Attending Career Fairs on behalf of ASTTBC.
First Nations Career Council.
Sponsoring a Slow Pitch ball team in Merritt playing with family & friends.
Sitting on Elder’s Committee for Nooaitch Indian Band.