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ICT: Indigenous AwarenessIndigenous Corporate Training: This training presents the historical background of Indigenous relations in Canada and explains how that background impacts contemporary Indigenous issues that affect all Canadians. This is a self-paced course with 30 day access.  PRD_ICT01
ICT: Indigenous RelationsIndigenous Corporate Training: This training is the companion course to our Indigenous Awareness training. In Indigenous Relations training, our goal is to help you move beyond awareness towards practical skills and tools that can be applied everywhere. This is a self-paced course with 30 day access.  PRD_ICT02
ICT: Working Effectively with Indigenous PeoplesIndigenous Corporate Training: Take Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples® and save $50 as compared to taking Indigenous Awareness and Indigenous Relations training individually (this training is the equivalent of taking both the Indigenous Awareness and Indigenous Relations training individually). This is a self-paced course with 30 day access.  PRD_ICT03
ICT: Working With UNDRIPIndigenous Corporate Training: This training discusses UNDRIP - the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. You will learn what UNDRIP means and how it affects the consultation and accommodation of Indigenous Peoples in the context of Canada. This is a self-paced course with 30 day access.  PRD_ICT04
eRoot Cause Analysis (eRCA)The eRCA FundamentalsTM course, presented by Sologic, allows participants to gain familiarity and confidence with the Sologic RCA (Root Cause Analysis) method in a three-hour, self-paced course.  PRD_EROOT
NRTG: Fish Habitat Restoration - Instream TechniquesNRTG: The Fish Habitat Restoration (FHR) • Instream Techniques course will provide skills and knowledge to successfully conduct and manage an instream restoration project specific to low-gradient stream environments. This two-day, classroom-based course will provide skills and knowledge to successfully conduct site selection, habitat assessment, construction techniques and other key considerations for a variety of in-stream restoration projects, including riffle and groyne design (Newbury Riffle design principles), aeration, bank stabilization, creation of spawning/rearing habitat, and opportunities for rehabilitation in salt lakes (unique to the Canadian prairies).Dec 01, 2020Online BCPRD_NRTG26
Enviro Monitoring for Construction Proj Practitioner CertVOI Training Group: Live-hosted by Ed Van Osch, CPESC, Environmental Monitoring for Construction Projects Practitioner (EMCPP) explores this extremely common but complex and often misunderstood environmental management discipline. Environmental Monitoring for Construction Projects is often viewed as a junior or career-starting employment position.Dec 01, 2020Webinar PRD_VOI05
AAFMP 2020 AGM & ConferenceAssociation of Alberta Forest Management Professionals 2020 Annual General Meeting and ConferenceDec 02, 2020Virtual PRD_AAMFP
NRTG: Working in & About Water: Legislation, Reg & RespNRTG: The two-day Working in and About Water • Legislation, Regulations and Responsibilities course is a comprehensive, classroom-based training program designed to address a long-time need to clarify the processes, regulations and constraints involved in working in and around water.Dec 08, 2020Online BCPRD_NRTG25
NRTG: Wildlife Survey Field Methods: UngulatesNRTG: Wildlife Survey Field Methods: Ungulates is an applied course providing an introduction and overview of ground-based and aerial-survey methods for ungulates of North America. Using remote (online) instruction and assigned field exercises participants learn and gain practice conducting ground-based surveys for direct observation of individuals and measurement of animal sign such as scat and tracks. Instruction on aerial surveys are confined to classroom only; there is no field exercise associated with this component.Jan 05, 2021Online BCPRD_NRTG28
NRTG: Experimental Design in EcologyNRTG: A two-day online review of Experimental Design in Ecology (EDE). This training program provides valuable insight and lessons learned to designing study objectives, selecting sampling sites, choosing specific equipment, and recognizing and avoiding sampling biases. This course also introduces statistical analysis and interpretation of data in order to complete a scientifically defensible study.Jan 12, 2021Online BCPRD_NRTG29
CRED talks: Season5 - Patterns of change thru Rainbow TroutSeason 5: What can we see from long term data on the Columbia River? Patterns of change through the Rainbow Trout Lens. The abundance, distribution and genetics of the Rainbow Trout in the Lower Columbia River (from Hugh L. Keenleyside Dam to the U.S. Border) have been studied for over 25+ years. Dr. Robyn Irvine will describe some of the patterns observed and what might come next scientifically in this CRED talk.Jan 21, 2021Online BCPRD_CRED09
18th Annual BC Natural Resources ForumSave the date! The BC Natural Resources Forum offers a positive, non-partisan arena to discuss and learn first-hand the latest news, trends and opportunities linked to the resource sector in BC.Jan 26, 2021Prince George BCPRD_BCNRF
CIF-Vancouver Section Dinner 2020-2021Topic: MSFM Student Topic (to be announced)Jan 26, 2021Online BCPRD_CIFV23
CIF-Vancouver Section Dinner 2020-2021Topic: Caribou Management in BC - What is Working and What is NotFeb 23, 2021Online BCPRD_CIFV24
CIF-Vancouver Section Dinner 2020-2021Topic: Importance of Landscape Unit Planning in Long-Term Forest StewardshipMar 23, 2021Online BCPRD_CIFV25
CIF-Vancouver Section Dinner 2020-2021Topic: Forest Sector Opportunities Post-COVID-19Apr 27, 2021Online BCPRD_CIFV26
S100 Basic Fire Suppression & Safety Training & Cert.Upon completion of this course, the participant will demonstrate a basic knowledge of the wildland fire suppression organizational structure, the wildland fire environment, suppression and safety procedures, and equipment used in British Columbia to effectively and safely respond as a basic wildland firefighter. Successful participants will receive the B.C. Forest Service S100 Basic Fire Suppression and Safety certificate.May 06, 2021Chilliwack BCPRD_EWES03
2020 SFI Annual ConferenceSave the date! The 2021 Sustainable Forest Initiative (SFI) Annual Conference has been postponed to May 12 to 14, 2021. The conference will engage you in a discussion focused on how forests can make a difference when it comes to so many of the most important sustainability challenges we face in the sector and in our communities.May 12, 2021Vancouver BCPRD_SFI
2021 Cdn & Western Forest Genetics Associations ConferenceSave the date! This on-line symposium will show-case forest genetics research undertaken by undergraduate, master’s and PhD students, and postdoctoral researchers. Short pre-recorded presentations will be followed by live Q&A sessions. Poster sessions and chat rooms for networking will also be offered. May 19, 2021Virtual BCPRD_CWGA01