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Climate Change Adaptation Fundamentals

Asynch and Synch Online

This course presented by Royal Roads University will provide participants from a range of disciplinary and professional backgrounds with an overview of the current state of knowledge on climate science and a grounding in the core concepts supporting climate change adaptation. Participants will gain an understanding of regional climate trends, risks, and their implications for...

Aboriginal Consultation / Negotiating a Consultation Agreement – Two-day Workshop


Online workshop presented by Mâwandônan Consulting and designed to provide practical solutions to those who want to better consult with Aboriginal People/Industry or are in a position that requires that they engage Aboriginal People/Industry (I.E. Stakeholder Relations, Consultation Department, Community Relations, Chief and Council, Surface Land, Aboriginal Relations). These solutions are based on the combined expertise of a First Nation...

Technical Writing: Solutions for Effective Written Communication


This webinar presented by EGBC 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,...

Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs)


Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs) are a growing arena of land and water protection mechanisms led by Indigenous governing authorities who are taking actions to reassert stewardship over their territories for thriving future generations. This webinar will be an introduction to IPCAs and how allies can support these initiatives. Presented by Land Trust Alliance...

RISC-Archaeological & Culturally Modified Tree Inventory Training for Crew Members

Kamloops, BC Kamloops, BC, Canada

RISC course in Archaeology and Culturally Modified Tree (CMT) Inventory for Crew Members is for resource professionals who are interested in archaeological and heritage resources. The course is intended to teach basic site identification, survey, and recording skills. Throughout the course, students will conduct simple inventories of archaeological resources, learn to recognize and avoid archaeologically sensitive...

Indigenous Mapping for Stewardship and Cultural Heritage Management

Victoria, BC Victoria, BC, Canada

This five-day course by VIU's Natural Resources Extension Program is designed for anyone working to ground Indigenous stewardship programs in community knowledge, oral history, ethnography, and mapping. This might include Indigenous stewardship staffs, their allies, and government / industry partners. Participants will design, conduct, and review a mock traditional land use study based on content relevant to...

Management of Climate Risk for Infrastructure Practitioners

Asynch and Synch Online

This course offered by the Climate Risk Institute and delivered by leading infrastructure and resilience experts addresses the societal importance of risk-based decision making, introduces a diverse set of risk management frameworks, and reviews main principles and definitions underlying risk and, more specifically, public and asset risk management. The course reviews approaches to risk analysis...

Interactive Project Planning and Management

Vancouver or Burnaby BC, Canada

This workshop presented by EGBC is intended for managers, supervisors, specialists, and staff who are involved in, or expect to be involved in, projects of any size or type, either as a leader or as a team member. The concepts presented apply to projects of all sizes and types, from physical construction to softer projects such as...

Riparian Areas Protection Regulation

Online/Nanaimo Nanaimo, BC, Canada

The Riparian Areas Protection Regulation course by the Natural Resources Extension Program at Vancouver Island University presents a comprehensive introduction and applied overview of the Riparian Areas Regulation model. This theoretical and practical course introduces participants to the purpose and application of the RAPR, the roles and responsibilities of government, the proponent, and the QEP. Participants also learn to...

13th Annual SABCS Conference

Simon Fraser University Downtown Campus

The Science Advisory Board for Contaminated Sites (SABCS) in British Columbia is pleased to announce our 12th Annual Workshop and Conference on Contaminated Sites, to be held in Vancouver, BC, Canada on September 27 (Workshop) and 28 (Conference), 2023. Both events will be in-person, with an option to attend virtually (i.e., a hybrid event).

Amphibian and Reptile Salvage Methods


NRTG's Amphibian and Reptile Salvage Methods is a two-day fully online training program that provides participants with key skills in interpreting and applying regulations, planning and conducting salvages.