Fleming College is a licensed service provider of Building Environmental Aboriginal Human Resources (BEAHR), and is pleased to offer several of their short-term training programs. BEAHR's courses are designed to provide members of the Aboriginal community with up to date training in a variety of environmental protection sciences.
One or more of these courses has recently been offered at Alderville First Nation, Mississaugas of the New Credit and Six Nations of the Grand River; Curve Lake First Nation, and in partnership with Kenjegewin Teg Educational Institute, M'Chigeeng, Manitoulin Island at Sagamok First Nation.
Funding to support the delivery of BEAHR's certificate training is available through a number of sources and Fleming College will be happy to work with interested communities to explore these avenues. For more information on BEAHR programs available through Fleming College, to discuss financial assistance, or to find out how to arrange having a program in your community, please contact:
Environmental Monitors observe the environment and the impacts of human and industrial activities. They provide this information to various stakeholders to help reduce negative environmental impacts. The goal of the program is to:
Learn how to effectively participate in the environmental assessment of a potentially contaminated site. This training consists of:
Assist in protecting and improving the quality of the environment in your own community. This program prepares students with the fundamentals of environmental management, such as:
Be responsible for the management of household and commercial waste in your community, by learning about waste collection, disposal, and diversion processes. Further, support community education and waste reduction promotion. The graduate of this program can assist with:
A Contaminated Sites Remediation Co-ordinator assists in the confirmatory sampling of a remediated site, as well as co-ordinates the long-term monitoring of site health and recovery. Upon graduation, they can assist with:
The certificate provides students with an introduction to the environmental sector. It emphasizes three key areas, including environmental monitoring, environmental site assessments, and contaminated sites remediation. Students gain valuable experience in sampling, testing, interpretation and evaluation of data, preparing reports, regulatory implications and remedial action plans.
Fleming College acknowledges and thanks the following sponsors who have offered financial, instructional, participant, placement or other support in making the BEAHR program deliveries a success.
Download our Participant Registration Form to receive more information on how Fleming can help your organization.