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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
4th Annual Bark Beetle Summit 2019SAVE THE DATE: At the summit, on November 13 to 14, 2019, explore how people and communities in the North can adapt to climate change, with a focus on the Bark Beetles.Nov 13, 2019Prince George BCPRD_BBS19
CIF VI : Changing Policies Changing Times-Workshop & AGMCanadian Institute of Forestry: A look into new and revised regulations affecting coastal forest practitioners. The Vancouver Island Section of the CIF-IFC proudly presents a half-day workshop alongside their 2019 Annual General Meeting.Nov 14, 2019Campbell River BCPRD_CIF34
CIF RMSTS: Indigenous Consultation and ForestryCanadian Institute of Forestry - Rocky Mountain Section Technical Session: Indigenous Consultation and Forestry: Finding Common Ground and Learning from Indigenous Knowledge, Edmonton, AB.Nov 14, 2019Edmonton ABPRD_CIF35
CMI: QGIS Introduction & Level IIColumbia Mountains Institute of Applied Ecology: The free, open source QGIS program is used and supported by a world-wide array of developers. Learn how to use this program to produce maps from public databases and your own knowledge. The course is presented over two days, with the option of taking both days, or just one of the two courses presented. The course is presented in a workshop style with minimal formal presentation. A significant portion of the course allows students to work on their own computer.Nov 18, 2019Kimberley BCPRD_CMI09
EGBC: Winch-Assist Systems for Steep Terrain OperationsEngineers and Geoscientists of BC Resource Sector Division: Following a short introduction to FPInnovations, including the company's role and areas of expertise, our speaker will present some of the operational challenges and limitations for ground-based equipment on steep slopes. The presentation will outline and discuss the concepts and types of winch-assist technology, the necessary planning and layout steps, and the logistical and practical challenges of implementation. Presented by Dr. Dzhamal Amishev.Nov 18, 2019Webinar BCPRD_EGBC29
CMI: Critical Habitat Screening WorkshopColumbia Mountains Institute of Applied Ecology: Habitat loss and modification are leading causes of population decline in many rare and endangered species. The federal Species At Risk Act (SARA) describes Critical Habitat (CH) as the habitat that is necessary for the survival or recovery of a listed wildlife species (schedule 1), and that is identified as the species’ critical habitat in a recovery strategy or in an action plan for the species. Many projects now require screening for critical habitat (CH) as part of the impact assessment process.Nov 19, 2019Kimberley BCPRD_CMI08
Aboriginal Consultation/Negotiating a Consultation AgreementMâwandônan Consulting: Gathering Your Workplace Together. The Duty to Consult and negotiating agreements have become integral when doing business with Aboriginal groups.  This two-day workshop will give participants information on why Aboriginal Consultation and Negotiating a Consultation Agreement are necessary and will provide practical methods of consulting and engaging with Aboriginal Groups in Canada.Nov 21, 2019Victoria BCPRD_MAWA02
CIF-Vancouver Section Dinner 2019-2020Canadian Institute of Forestry-Vancouver presents on November 26, 2019: Forestry Inventory Panel-Implementation Update. with Tim Salkeld, Manager, FAIB, as speaker. Attendance is eligible for claiming as a Professional Development Continuing Education activity. CIF members and other interested parties are welcome to attend.Nov 26, 2019Vancouver BCPRD_CIFV15
CRED talks:Songbirds of Mount Revelstoke & Glacier NationalSeason 4: Songbirds of Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks. Presenter: Lisa Larson, MSc., Ecologist Team Lead, Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Park, Parks Canada. Lisa will provide an overview of the Ecological Integrity Monitoring program for Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Park and highlight how songbirds fit into this program. She will also share bird monitoring results locally and more generally for the whole of the Mountain National Parks.Nov 28, 2019Online BCPRD_CRED02
CIF: Forest Pest Management Forum 2019The 62nd Forest Pest Management Forum. Organized by Natural Resources Canada in support of the National Forest Pest Strategy, the Forum is the largest and most significant gathering of forest pest management experts, managers and practitioners in Canada. The objectives are to share information on current and future pest conditions, pest control operations, environmental issues and the development of alternatives to chemical insecticides, as well as to discuss new technology and the latest research findings.Dec 03, 2019Ottawa ONPRD_CIF31
CRED talks: What’s up with Wolverines?Season 4: What’s up with Wolverines? 10 years (and counting) of Wolverine Research in the Columbia Region. Wolverines are rare but insanely cool animals found in Canada’s north, but they also haunt the remote mountains of southern British Columbia. Presenter: Mirjam Barrueto, PhD (candidate), University of Calgary.Jan 16, 2020Online BCPRD_CRED03
CRED talks: Wildlife Mitigations and Highway ImprovementsSeason 4: Wildlife Mitigations and Highway Improvements. In 2015, Parks Canada launched a significant infrastructure investment program. In Glacier National Park, through these investments and the environmental review process, several wildlife mitigations were recommended and included in project work. Presenter: Danielle Backman, Environmental Assessment Scientist, Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks.Jan 23, 2020Online BCPRD_CRED04
CIF-Vancouver Section Dinner 2019-2020Canadian Institute of Forestry-Vancouver presents on January 28, 2020: Adaptation to Current and Future Issues. Speaker is TBD. Attendance is eligible for claiming as a Professional Development Continuing Education activity. CIF members and other interested parties are welcome to attend.Jan 28, 2020Vancouver BCPRD_CIFV16
WFCA: 2020 Conference and TradeshowRegistration now open - The Western Forestry Contractors' Association's 2020 Conference and TradeshowJan 29, 2020Prince George BCPRD_WFCA01
CMI: Occupancy ModellingColumbia Mountains Institute of Applied Ecology: The presence or absence of a species in a set of units (polygons, landscape units, territories, etc.) is a fundamental concept in many ecological studies (e.g. resource selection modelling, biodiversity, range). Visits to sampled units can results in a positive detection of a species or a non-detection of the species in that unit. However, a species may not always be detected if present which results in “false negatives”. If the issue of detectablity is not accounted for, estimates that rely on the level of occupancy can be misleading. This workshop covers methods for modelling species occurrence while accounting for potential false negatives.Feb 11, 2020Revelstoke BCPRD_CMI07