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BEAHR Guiding Principles: How ECO Canada Commits to Develop Meaningful Relationships with Indigenous Communities
Our relationship with Indigenous peoples is founded on respect. Respect for their distinct cultures, history, unique relationship to the land and the legal status of Indigenous Peoples.
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.
Applying the Concepts of Reclamation and Remediation when working with Indigenous Communities
Tweet Without question, the practices of reclamation and remediation are one of the most important aspects of environmental work in the 21st century. As… Read more
Environmental Monitors – CORE Competencies
Learn about standards, skills and areas of knowledge that are essential to succeed in occupations related to environmental monitoring
Environmental Monitor Research
Find a detailed description on required skills and standards to work as a research assistant in different environments
Environmental Monitor Regulatory
As coordinator specialized in Regulation, you need to meet special standards to be involved in diverse environmental operations
Contaminated Sites Remediation
Learn about requirements and standards to work as a Contaminated Sites Remediation Coordinator
Solid Waste Coordinators
Incorporate practices that allow local communities to make informed decisions on waste management by meeting these standards
As an Environmental Manager, you can incorporate and recognize the culture and traditions of communities in the work you do