ECO Canada’s BEAHR Training Programs are a series of culturally relevant, skills-based environmental training programs for Indigenous learners (First Nation, Métis, and Inuit). Each program is community-based and inclusive of Indigenous culture and local knowledge.
In this report you’ll learn about:
- The elements that a land use plan involves in Indigenous communities
- Required technical skills
- How to incorporate cultural knowledge into land use planning activities
BEAHR Training Programs are developed in accordance with our National Occupational Standards (NOS), a detailed list of competencies required to perform successfully in a particular occupation. They describe the standard acceptable skills and knowledge required of environmental professionals in the areas of core knowledge, transferable competencies and technical skills.