Aboriginal Ecotourism Training Program
The nine-month Aboriginal Ecotourism Training Program is designed to give you certified skills for employment within British Columbia’s rapidly growing Aboriginal Tourism sector, while benefiting from an applied learning experience that provides a Certificate in Adventure Tourism and Recreation to those who successfully complete all the courses. Participants are brought together for 6-10 days/month to complete course work.
First Nations Stewardship Technicians Training Program - Coastal First Nations
Serving the First Nations on British Columbia’s North and Central Coast and Haida Gwaii, including Wuikinuxv, Heiltsuk, Kitasoo/Xai’xais, Nuxalk, Gitga’at, Metlakatla, Old Masset, Skidegate, and Council of the Haida Nation.
The First Nations Stewardship Technicians Training Program has been custom designed to give students applied skills and knowledge required to work for your Nation in the growing field of resource stewardship or to broaden your skills and expertise in your current job. Potential employment opportunities include Coastal Guardian Watchman, fisheries technician, heritage surveyor, or environmental monitor.
This training provides university credits that can be applied toward further studies, as well as industry-recognized certificates applicable to many career paths.
For further information, contact:
Pam Botterill, Aboriginal Ecotourism Training Program Coordinator
Sheila Cooper, Stewardship Technician Training Program Coordinator