TRAINING PROGRAMS

Choose from these nationally recognized environmental training programs that can be customized to meet the needs of communities and employers.
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BECOME AN ENVIRONMENTAL MONITOR

CHOOSE FROM A VARIETY OF TRAINING PATHS THAT ALIGN WITH YOUR NEEDS AND GOALS

Environmental monitoring technicians observe the environment and the impacts of human and industrial activities.

The aim of providing a variety of training path options is to offer trainees the opportunity to shape their learning experience, and order their training to best match their needs and goals. We want to provide training that is relevant to your, issues, considerations, and concerns.

* These workshops can be customized to meet the interests
and concerns specific to your business and/or community.

Introduction to Environmental Monitor Mining Specialty

INTRODUCTION TO
ENVIRONMENTAL MONITOR

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 Environmental Core Modules Training

BEAHR ENVIRONMENTAL
CORE SKILLS MODULES

The BEAHR Environmental Core Skills program is a three-week course that includes five modules. The topics are:


  1. Foundation Skills
  2. Introduction to the Environmental Sector
  3. Technical Skills
  4. Health & Safety
  5. Local Knowledge
BEAHR Environmental Monitor - Research Training

ENVIRONMENTAL MONITOR
RESEARCH SPECIALIZATION

In this two-week course, Research Monitors will learn how to assist researchers in monitoring various factors of the environment, such as wildlife counts, surveys, and sampling.


BEAHR Environmental Monitor - Regulatory Training

ENVIRONMENTAL MONITOR
REGULATORY SPECIALIZATION

In this two-week course, Regulatory Monitors will learn how to monitor activities of industry to ensure they are in line with the land-use or other environmental impact agreements.


BEAHR LAND USE
PLANNING COORDINATOR

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.

BEAHR Land Use Planning Coordinator Workshop
Resource Industry Awareness Workshop

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.

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