We offer a range of courses designed to meet the needs of new and prospective Operators, as well as current Operators working within governments and the private sector. Our courses are relevant to anyone involved with or interested in drinking water and water sanitation.
Mapping the Way is a public education partnership initiative between the 11 self-governing Yukon First Nations, the Council of Yukon First Nations, and the governments of Yukon and Canada to celebrate and raise awareness about Yukon First Nation land claims and self-government.
90-credits (3 years of full-time study) covering a range of topics related to Indigenous Governance (e.g. Self-Government, land claims, community and economic development, human resources, finance, etc.). Courses are available online and in person - contact us today for more information!
- Better understand and notice what activates your stress levels
- Manage the stress in your life
- Shift your stress from exhausting to energizing and use it productively
Wilderness First Aid is essential training for those who work, travel, or play in remote areas more than one hour from advanced medical care. This course prepares candidates to deal with the types and degrees of trauma they will realistically encounter while on the land.
Predator Defence with or without Shotgun Handling is a 16 hour course designed to minimize negative interactions between people and wildlife. This program is also considered as entry level training for persons seeking employment as Bear Monitors.
Arctic Response provides one of the few classroom based WHMIS 2015 programs available. This training method greatly improves student comprehension, especially for workers who learn better with people than through computers
Ideal training for individuals working, traveling, or playing in and around rivers.
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