- TBD - February 2019
- Participants must be a minimum of 19 years,
- Have successfully completed a minimum of grade 10,
- A high school diploma is preferred,
- And be in good physical condition to fully participate in field work.
The first course will FRST 256 – on the week of February 4th with the Introduction to Forestry group and then would start the Stewardship Technician Training Program as follows:
RMOT 165 Part A- Compliance and Communication
- Gain knowledge of environmental legislation, improvecommunication skills, and learn safety protocols for conductingfield checks to monitor compliance
NREN 024 – Essential Monitoring Skills
- Learn and improve skills such as taking field notes, using keyfield equipment, following safety protocols, collecting data,reading maps, and navigating.
ABOR 055- Cultural Awareness Course
RMOT 151- Small Motor Servicing - 3 Credits
- Introduction to the operation and maintenance of small two andfour-stroke engines. Includes troubleshooting and field repair.
1 WEEK BREAK
ABOR 053 – Archaeology & RISC Assessment
- Successful completion-Archaeology & CMT Inventory (RISC through the BC Archaeological Branch
NREN 023 – Land Monitoring Skills
- Standard vegetation, soil and wildlife sampling and monitoringfield skills for forestry and other terrestrial applications.
RMOT 165 Part B Compliance & Communication
- Successful completion of RMOT 165 Part A & B – 3 credits