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Aligning Core Values: An Interview with Bob Sweeney, Owner & Sr. Project Manager, Sweeney International Marine Corp. (SIMCorp) Inc.
Tweet You’re likely familiar with the stories of how some of the world’s largest technology companies had humble beginnings. Apple, Amazon, Google—all started in… Read more
Finding the Right Mix: An Interview with Funmilayo Atilola, Intermediate Environmental Professional at DWB Consulting Services
Tweet Finding the right career is all a matter of chemistry. It’s about combining the right skills and talents to create a unique and… Read more
What skills do you need to succeed in environmental careers?
Do you know what skills you need for success in environmental careers? We detail the key skills that employers are looking for in environmental jobs.
Funding Opportunities for BEAHR Training
If you’re interested in funding opportunities for training in your community, we invite you to take a look at a comprehensive list of resources we’ve gathered for you.
Recognition of BEAHR Training for Post-Secondary Academic Credit: Lakeland College and ECO Canada Partner to Support Indigenous Learners
In authentic efforts to provide a meaningful environmental career path and reduce barriers to success for Indigenous BEAHR Graduates, Lakeland College and ECO Canada signed an articulation agreement on June 17, 2020.
EPt Member Spotlight: Insights from the Environmental Career of Ademola Adekunle — French Draft
Tweet The role of a designated Environmental Professional covers a wide range of career paths. Ademola Adekunle, Environmental Engineer and EPt (Environmental Professional in-training)… Read more
Learning Real-World Environmental Solutions: Bachelor of Environmental Practice
The Bachelor of Environmental Practice (BEP) is a unique degree completion program that offers huge flexibility whilst at the same time being specifically tailored to meet the needs of future environmental professionals in Canada. Environmental issues are simply not solvable by single-disciplinary perspectives. Graduates gain skills that cut across traditional, narrow,disciplinary boundaries.
COVID-19: Overcoming the Challenges of Working from Home
The COVID-19 outbreak has set a new reality for the majority of us. Workplaces have been shut down and many employers have implemented a work from home policy for their employees. With so much going on around us, adjusting to working from home can be difficult. How do you get work done with all of the distractions that come with being at home? Here are our top 5 tips and tricks for staying
4 Key Project Management Skills Essential for Success
As an environmental professional, having project management training is critical because it provides you with the competencies you will need to progress in your career.
Project managers are expected to use their knowledge and techniques to ensure project requirements are met and desired outcomes are delivered. In addition to using technical knowledge, project managers must also possess the right soft skills that will assist them in tasks such as, making decisions effectively, maintaining client satisfaction, and managing resource productivity.
12 Days Of Giveaways: Winner, Samantha Shulman, Speaks On The Future Of Canada’s Environmental Industry
Tweet In December 2019, we hosted our first-ever ECO Canada 12 Days Of Giveaways. We ran this contest on the exclusive EP LinkedIn group,… Read more