BEAHR Indigenous Training

BEAHR Indigenous Training

We are licenced to offer the Environmental Careers Organization of Canada (ECO) BEAHR Indigenous Training programs throughout Canada.

  • Practice Lead: Adam Bathe & John Blyth
  • Duration: Program duration varies depending on your specific modules. They typically range from 2 to 15 weeks.
  • Outcomes: Graduates of our custom Beahr-accredited courses will be ready for entry-level positions in the environmental field.
  • Learn the knowledge and skills you need to start your career journey.
  • Gain the prerequisites for further training as an environmental monitoring coordinator, environmental site assessment assistant, and local environmental coordinator.
  • Take on environmental projects and programs that require staff to be certified in core environmental skills.

BEAHR Indigenous training programs help First Nations, Metis, and Inuit communities across Canada develop local environmental competencies and foster green careers. These flexible and customizable courses provide introductory skills to people starting their careers. BEAHR courses are designed to be time efficient, employment driven, blended with local knowledge, practical, inclusive of elders, and adaptable. We are officially accredited to deliver this program and have done so for many years in communities throughout Canada.

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