Sponsored Training
Lax Kw’alaams training is open to Lax Kw’alaams Band members 16 years and older.

Dates & Times
Three Weeks May 25 to June 11, 2021 – Weekdays

Prince Rupert, BC

Career Potential
Employers hire environmental monitors to work on any number of projects, which include:
– Mining & reclamation
– Industrial Projects
– LNG projects
– Oil and gas operations
– Transmission lines
– Seismic lines
– Marine Environments

Career-focused Skills
This fully funded training will help build field-related skills in environmental monitoringfor use on resource projects in northern BC, and the Natural Resource sector as a whole.

The Environmental Monitoring Certificate uses classroom and field-based training to incorporate knowledge building with practical skills development,to help students establish the skills sought by today’s employers.

RISC Training ( to follow the three week Environmental Monitoring course)
The five day RISC course in Archaeology and Culturally Modified Tree (CMT) Inventory for Crew Members is for resource professionals who are interested in archaeological and heritage resources. The course is intended to teach basic site identification, survey, and recording skills.

Upon successful completion of the course, participants are registered with the province and receive a certificate signed by the Archaeology Branch as a Certified RISC Technician.

How to Apply

Contact Jessica Lincoln to register at 250-627-5733 ext. 2025 or jessica.lincoln@laxbdl.com