Interested in learning the skills you need to work as a field technician? Want to contribute to proper resource management in your region? Eager to take part in environmental assessments and restoration projects?

The Certificate in Cultural & Natural Resources Assessment will provide:

▪ Five weeks of Foundational Skills Training to develop your communication,numeracy and science skills
▪ Six weeks of practical, hands-on Field Training to build your skills to work in thefield ¡V learn about landforms & terrain, soils, vegetation & cultural inventories
▪ Three University-level Courses in Mapping & Geographic Information Systems,Cultural Resources Assessment, and Data Management and Technical Reporting.
This program helps you become job-ready, and is enhanced by cultural activities, job-readiness training, support from Elders, and field work with experienced industry professionals.

Interested? Contact Kierra Stevens at kstevens@haisla.ca or 778-649-2025 ext 6001 if you meet the qualifications and are interested

When: Begins April 8, 2019

Who: Indigenous participants with a minimum of grade 10, or with permission of the instructor

Students will finish the program with 15 university credits