Become a BEAHR Licensed Trainer

Build Relationships with Indigenous Communities and Grow a Local Workforce

By becoming a BEAHR Licensed Trainer, you and your organization will have the opportunity to:

Diversify your business and training offerings.

Build a local, Indigenous talent pool to support economic development.

Create mutually-beneficial relationships with local communities.

Have a positive impact on students and promote sustainable development.

Qualifications Required to Become a Trainer

The License to deliver the BEAHR program is provided to individual organizations (Licensee) who in turn, select qualified instructors to deliver BEAHR programs on their behalf. Licensee organizations must demonstrate:

  • A successful history working with Indigenous communities
  • An awareness of employment opportunities in the region as they relate to the training program
  • A record as a well-established public or private organization
  • Documented interest by local communities in acquiring training

Each instructor must be approved by ECO Canada to deliver BEAHR courses. Approval is granted by evaluation of:

  • Professional credentials and experience
  • Project examples relevant to course material
  • Reference checks
  • On-site instruction evaluation

There are program specific licensing criteria as it relates to the course material the instructor wishes to administer – details are available in the full program guide.

Once the instructor has been pre-approved, a licensing fee of $1,500 will be charged that validates the instructor for a three-year period. Every licensed instructor will be subject to on-site instruction evaluation every three years. In addition, the instructors are required to maintain program reports and documentation related to their on-site evaluation.

Ready To Apply?

Please fill out the form below to start your BEAHR Trainer application. We will contact you and request the following information:

  1. A profile of your organization that includes previous training experience and indigenous community work
  2. A letter outlining potential employment opportunities in the region
  3. A letter of community interest
  4. A CV of the potential instructor(s) that includes previous relevant experience and detailed examples of similar training projects
  5. A self-assessment of the potential instructor(s) skill level in various areas related to knowledge and teaching

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