The five-week Environmental Monitoring Training Program provides students with the foundation, knowledge, and skills to meaningfully participate in environmental monitoring activities. This program is aimed at those individuals who are interested in working in the environmental sector and require pre-technician level training on environmental concepts and measures. The Environmental Monitor Training Program will prepare program graduates for work on various projects, such as pipeline
construction, seismic, fishing, mining, oil and gas operations, and more.
This program is delivered in partnership with the Building Environmental Aboriginal Human Resources (BEAHR) Learning Institute, and the curriculum is based on the National Occupational Standards for Environmental Monitors.
Students are required to complete a three-week core skills course and a two-week regulatory course or a two-week research course.
The courses may be delivered consecutively over a five-week period, or they may be spread out over a longer period of time. This flexibility allows communities to adjust program delivery to meet their specific requirements.
Note: The curriculum used in the Environmental Monitor Training Program is the property of the BEAHR Learning Institute and is used by Aurora College as a licensed training provider.