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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
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
Northern Conference Wildfire ResilienceJoin leaders & researchers from across the North on April 24, 2019 for three days. This conference will support a shifting paradigm for regional planning, policies, practices, and partnerships. This will be a constructive, collaborative and energizing conference.Apr 24, 2019Burns Lake BCPRD_NCWR
NISP Canada - Circular Economy WorkshopThe Lower Columbia Initiatives Corporation and the NISP® Canada team invite you to participate in our next Business Opportunities Workshop in the City of Trail, as part of the Canadian National Industrial Symbiosis Program (NISP®). This initiative aims to develop innovative resource management solutions and generate triple bottom line benefits to companies based in British Columbia.Apr 25, 2019Trail BCPRD_NISP
SFU: Natural Assets and Climate Change ResiliencySFU: This workshop will focus on asset management (AM) processes that facilitate the incorporation of strategic climate change actions and natural assets to enable, support and build urban resiliency. An emphasis in the workshop will be the essential information required in the AM process to enable resiliency; the essential steps to be taken and by whom. Participants will have the opportunity to actively learn and apply specific processes in the session, thereby gaining skills to further develop within their professional context.Apr 25, 2019Vancouver BCPRD_SFU05
Ecopsychology: Experiential, nature & place-based learningSFU: When working in the environmental sustainability field, one of your first priorities is to engage your peers, the leaders of your organization, and your stakeholders. This workshop will provide you with the tools not only to regenerate your own well-being but to point you to methods that you can use to engage others.Apr 27, 2019North Vancouver BCPRD_SFU06
VIU: Electrofishing: Theory, Safety, and ApplicationThis 2-day certification course is an overview of electrofishing theory, safety and practices. The program meets current provincial Worker's Compensation Board (WCB) requirements for electrofisher certification.Apr 29, 2019Edmonton ABPRD_VIU12
UBC: Nurturing Innovation in Fibre Technology for IndustryThis course, NIFTI 2019, is designed as a challenge-based bootcamp with two themes: Basics and Innovation. First, you will learn fundamentals in technology and practices of the pulp, paper, and bioproducts industry in a structured lecture-lab environment. You will then explore transformative innovations and solutions using a team-based approach to existing challenges that includes virtual feasibility testing at an industrial site. NIFTI’s intensive 3½-day workshop provides a fundamental grounding of pulp, paper and fibre technology.Apr 30, 2019Vancouver BCPRD_UBC01
EGBC: Urban Watershed PlanningWatershed changes caused by urban development present challenges for planners and engineers who must deal with stormwater planning, design, and watercourse drainage within society's expectations and government regulations.Apr 30, 2019Vancouver BCPRD_EGBC20
VIU: Electrofishing: Theory, Safety, and ApplicationThis 2-day certification course is an overview of electrofishing theory, safety and practices. The program meets current provincial Worker's Compensation Board (WCB) requirements for electrofisher certification.May 02, 2019Nanaimo BCPRD_VIU13
EGBC: Tech Writing: Solutions for Effective Written CommsHow do I learn to write more effectively? How can I write for both technical and non-technical audiences? This seminar provides practical, applicable solutions and techniques for how to express your thoughts succinctly in written format. Through a series of hands-on workshops, you will learn to write effective emails, technical memos, letters, reports, and other documents. Whether you are a junior employee or a seasoned professional in your technical field, this seminar will help you to improve your technical writing skills.May 02, 2019Vancouver BCPRD_EGBC25
WCC Spring 2019: Identifying Barriers to Community ActionWildfire disasters like Fort McMurray and Kelowna provided unique opportunities to evaluate wildfire risk mitigations in a Canadian setting. Al Westhaver, Firewise Environmental Consulting will share results of his post-fire studies and provide insights into barriers and challenges to increased community risk reduction action - gained from his many years of work with Alberta/British Columbia communities and collaboration with international fire agencies.May 02, 2019Webinar BCPRD_WCC06
VIU: Electrofishing: Theory, Safety, and Application RecertTo complete this one-day course, participants will attend a regularly scheduled two-day Electrofishing Certification program and complete the Day Two field component (only), and complete a short exam.   Attendance is mandatory for this one day field practicum session.May 03, 2019Nanaimo BCPRD_VIU14
BCIT: Urban Forest Assessment CourseBCIT is offering Urban Forest Assessment 1 in May of this year. The Urban Forest Assessment course will provide training for the assessment of urban trees and forests, and calculation of their contributions to CO2 reduction, storm water management and other ecological services in i-Tree software. There are no prerequisites for this course, it is intended as an introduction to the field of urban forest assessment.May 06, 2019Burnaby BCPRD_BCIT02
2019 BC Land Summit: Collaborations & ConnectionsThe BC Land Summit is the premier collaborative conference providing interdisciplinary education, professional development, training and networking opportunities for professional practitioners in fields related to land and land-use in British Columbia, and beyond. Join the BC Land Summit in Vancouver on May 8th-10th, 2019 for this unique conference, with keynote speakers: Sheila Watt-Cloutier, and Edward Glaeser, as well as featured evening entertainment presenter Mark Critch.May 08, 2019Vancouver BCPRD_BCIA01
UNBC: Ecological Field Data CollectionEcological Field Data Collection is a three-day field and classroom-based course that introduces forestry practitioners to the theory and practice of Biogeoclimatic Ecosystem Classification (BEC). Participants will learn basic BEC theory and the skills and techniques necessary to classify, describe and map eco-types.May 08, 2019Terrace BCPRD_UNBC19
Columbia Mountains Institute: Regulated Rivers II ConferenceThis 2019 conference, which is a follow-up to the 2015 “Regulated Rivers: Environment, Ecology and Management” conference held in Castlegar, will provide a platform for the dissemination of findings to peers, First Nations, stakeholders, students, and community members from studies that are nearing completion or have been completed since 2015.May 08, 2019Nelson BCPRD_CMI01