Our Aboriginal Environmental Monitor Workshop program is running its second intake of the year after a very successful workshop in June 2015 . Our revised agenda increases the hands-on portion of our workshop to provide more practical supervised exercises.
Our workshop is designed to provide essential training for field monitors hired by industry to monitor environmental management practices at mining operations in Ontario.Course AgendaRegistration FormCalendar
The course will focus specifically on fieldwork monitoring techniques for Water, Soil and Air.
It includes both a classroom and field component, where participants will learn firsthand how to collect, record and interpret information needed to fulfill the job requirements of an Environmental Monitor.
Below you can find some of the testimonials received from the June 2015 workshop.
I did enjoy my time spent at the workshop. Very nice people and environment. I really learned a lot that will help me with my field of work. Thank you for the great workshop.
Highly recommend to all First Nations involved or soon to be impacted by "resource development".
J’ai aimé le cours. J’ai appris beaucoup de chose avec ce cours. Mercie à Blue Heron groupe. Merci beaucoup à Linda et tous.
It will help me to better be able to list concerns and to read reports, and transfer the information in a manner more relevant to my community.
Great course, knowledgeable trainers. Enjoyed it a lot!
Gave me a broader understanding of environmental procedures, which will allow me to become more involved in committee meetings and helping to deal with community environmental issues.
I highly recommend this workshop. It helped my knowledge and understanding with my new role as an Environmental Monitor.