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Engagement Workshop: Session #1

April 7 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT

$1200
indigenous community engagement-workshop-series

Our Engagement Process training session aims to illustrate meaningful approaches to consultation between Indigenous Peoples and Industry, while also demonstrating tools that can be used for engagement.

Participants will be made aware of diverse values and ways of thinking, and the importance of developing relationships.

During Session #1 we will cover legislative requirements and an overview of the process.

TOOLS FOR MEANINGFUL COMMUNICATION WITH INDUSTRY

Brad Cole, Senior Environmental Specialist

INSTRUCTOR: BRAD COLE

Project Manager

Brad Cole has over a decade of experience in the coordination of environmental management activities in the mining and forestry industries, complemented by a deep understanding of the Canadian Environmental acts and regulations. Brad also brings a strong capacity for visioning the long-term impacts of projects, complemented by the ability to chart pragmatic strategies for mitigating risks. 

Mr. Cole’s experience encompasses conducting environmental site assessments and developing environmental management systems, as well as experience in facilitating consultations with First Nations communities and the public at large.

Permitting Coordinator

INSTRUCTOR: KATHY-LYNN MORRISH

Permitting and Indigenous Community Support Specialist

Kathy-Lynn Morrish holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) Degree in Environmental Biology and Technology from Nipissing University.

Kathy has more than 10 years of experience in the mining industry focused on compliance with Acts, Regulations, Permits and Authorizations from various government agencies.

indigenous community engagement-workshop

Our Engagement Process training session aims to illustrate meaningful approaches to consultation between Indigenous Peoples and Industry, while also demonstrating tools that can be used for engagement.

Participants will be made aware of diverse values and ways of thinking, and the importance of developing relationships.

During Session #1 we will cover legislative requirements and an overview of the process.

INSTRUCTOR: BRAD COLE

Project Manager

Brad Cole has over a decade of experience in the coordination of environmental management activities in the mining and forestry industries, complemented by a deep understanding of the Canadian Environmental acts and regulations. Brad also brings a strong capacity for visioning the long-term impacts of projects, complemented by the ability to chart pragmatic strategies for mitigating risks. 

Mr. Cole’s experience encompasses conducting environmental site assessments and developing environmental management systems, as well as experience in facilitating consultations with First Nations communities and the public at large.

Brad Cole, Senior Environmental Specialist

INSTRUCTOR: KATHY-LYNN MORRISH

Permitting and Indigenous Community Support Specialist

Kathy-Lynn Morrish holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) Degree in Environmental Biology and Technology from Nipissing University.

Kathy has more than 10 years of experience in the mining industry focused on compliance with Acts, Regulations, Permits and Authorizations from various government agencies.

Permitting Coordinator

TOOLS FOR MEANINGFUL COMMUNICATION WITH INDUSTRY

ENGAGEMENT WORKSHOP | EVENT LIST

SESSION #1

April 7, 2021

Legislative requirements and an overview of the process.

SESSION #1

April 7, 2021

Legislative requirements and an overview of the process.

SESSION #2

April 14, 2021

Steps 1-3: Capacity building, Information sharing and Community Values risk assessment.

SESSION #2

April 14, 2021

Steps 1-3: Capacity building, Information sharing and Community Values risk assessment.

SESSION #3

April 21, 2021

Steps 4-6: Project Assessment, Values Management Plans, Firming up Commitments and an overview of the Benefits of the Process.

SESSION #3

April 21, 2021

Steps 4-6: Project Assessment, Values Management Plans, Firming up Commitments and an overview of the Benefits of the Process.

Details

Date:
April 7
Time:
9:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT
Cost:
$1200
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Venue

Online Training | MS Teams
Website:
https://bit.ly/2JPlw8k

Organizer

Blue Heron | Training Events
Phone:
705-665-3787
Email:
smaki@blueheronenv.com
Website:
www.blueheronenv.com/training