that can be customized to meet the needs of communities and employers.
BECOME AN ENVIRONMENTAL MONITOR
CHOOSE FROM A VARIETY OF TRAINING PATHS THAT ALIGN WITH YOUR NEEDS AND GOALS
A trained Environmental Monitor is responsible for studying the natural world, to make sure that human activities do not harm the environment. If the activities do alter the natural environment, these changes can be found by monitoring water, air, land and plants collected by a properly trained environmental professional.
We can provide guidance and training towards helping you to:
- Choose locations for effective sampling
- Identify what to sample based on activities/areas of concern.
- Conduct monitoring properly
- Interpret and communicate results
Students learn monitoring techniques at exploration and mining operations, and the laws and regulations that shape a monitoring technicians duties.
The topics covered include: sampling protocols, equipment maintenance and calibration, field navigating, taking proper notes and site photographs, monitoring techniques, and laboratory protocols.
The week-long workshop includes a mix of both classroom and field exercises.
BEAHR LAND USE
HELP DEVELOP YOUR COMMUNITY VISION AND GOALS
This program provides participants with a basic understanding of land use planning, as well as introduces them to key land use planning concepts and a general history of Indigenous land use planning.
Graduates will learn how to identify and assess land use options and develop a community vision and goal.
INDUSTRY AWARENESS WORKSHOP
UNDERSTANDING RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS AND THEIR IMPACTS TO THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental protection is often a significant concern for communities approached by resource development projects.
The aim of this six-module course is to empower communities by preparing them with the knowledge of Provincial and Federal regulatory regimes, an overview of their structure, and which agencies are responsible for issues related to water, land, and air.