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1280 Ruffels Road
Parksville, BC, V9P 2B6
Canada

(250) 739-9617

Applied environmental and natural resource training. Our industry-leading and recognized practitioner certificate training courses include Erosion and Sediment Control Practitioner (ESCP™), Environmental Monitoring for Construction Projects Practitioner (EMCPP™), and Environmental Field Procedures Practitioner (EFPP™).

ESCP™ + EMCPP™ Practitioner Certificate Course Package


Terrace, BC

October 21-25, 2019


Notice:

Please note agenda and daily session times below.


Session: ESCP + EFPP 19-1004

Cost:
- Early Registration
 (by October 7, 2019): $1,365.00 ($1,300.00 + GST)
- Late Registration (after October 7, 2019): $1,470.00 ($1,400.00 + GST)

Course Venue: TBA


Agenda and Daily Session Times:

  • Day 1 - October 21

    • Erosion and sediment control theory and practice (classroom) - o800 - 1730

  • Day 2 - October 22

    • Application of erosion and sediment control practices (field) - 0800 - 1730

  • Day 3 - October 23

    • Application of erosion and sediment control practices (field) - 0800 - 1200

    • Environmental Monitoring for Construction Projects theory (classroom) - 1300 - 1730

  • Day 4 - October 24

    • Environmental Monitoring for Construction Projects theory (classroom) - 0800 - 1730

  • Day 5 - October 25

    • Environmental Monitoring for Construction Projects theory (classroom and field) - 0800 - 1730


Course Materials VOI Training Group Provides:

  • All participants will receive Erosion and Sediment Control Practitioner (ESCP™) and Environmental Monitoring for Construction Projects Practitioner (EMCPP™) manuals.

Classroom Supplies Participants Provide:

  • Writing instruments

  • Calculator

  • Writing pad.

Field Equipment and Supplies Participants Provide:

  • Required Day 2 and 3 field equipment:

  • Other Day 2 and 3 field equipment:

  • Personal gear and supplies:

    • Suitable clothing for physical activity (many of the field activities can be strenuous)

    • Firm-soled boots suitable for digging.

    • Raingear

    • Work gloves

    • Sunscreen

    • Insect repellent

    • Lunch and snacks (most field sites are remote and there is usually no access to restaurants or stores)

    • Water

    • Hat

    • Hi-vis vest

    • Safety glasses

    • Hard hat