Darren Hebert, PID, RPBio, P.Biol.
Since 1991, Darren has designed, delivered and/or managed ‘hands on’ community-based environmental and fisheries training programs to more than 18,000 environmental practitioners in Canada.
A highly regarded and trusted training leader, Darren has a wealth of experience designing, building and managing training organizations and delivering training programs on behalf of community groups, post-secondary institutes and private industry. He now brings that passion and value to NRTG, and looks forward to helping students and stakeholders acquire new skills and further their careers.
Darren is a registered professional biologist (RPBio., P.Biol.) and (B.C.) Provincial Instructor Diploma graduate, with 34 years of experience in fisheries and environmental management, consulting, as well as educational leadership, training design and program delivery.
Darren teaches NRTG’s a number of NRTG programs, including Electrofishing Certification, Fish Habitat Assessment Level One and Streambank Restoration.
People and Culture Manager
At NRTG, we know that our people are our most valuable resource. That’s why we place such a strong emphasis on creating a culture that values kindness and empathy. Caroline joins us with years of experience leading HR and Administrative initiatives. She is passionate about building an environment where employees feel appreciated and supported enabling them to reach their full potential. We believe that when our employees are happy and fulfilled, they provide the best possible care for our clients and students.
Prior to joining NRTG Caroline worked in a variety of industries spanning both the corporate world and national heritage sectors in Canada and the UK. She now brings her knowledge and client-oriented expertise to support all at NRTG as our People and Culture Manager and Administrative Manager.
As the Communications Manager for NRTG, Angeline brings extensive experience in communications and marketing. Before Angeline joined NRTG she worked in top level marketing and sales positions in Toronto and Vancouver for AMEX, Holt Renfrew and Clinique. She has studied business and economics at the university level and in 2012 she received the prestigious National “Cosa Award” for customer service and sales excellence. Most recently she received full certification in Social Media Management from SMP (Social Media Professionals Inc.)
It is this breadth of marketing experience, strong communication skills and a genuine appreciation for people that she applies to her role every day at Natural Resources Training Group. When she’s not planning and implementing social media and marketing strategies for NRTG she likes to enjoy the outdoors with her family or browsing local west coast art galleries.
Sean has worked in and studied the field of biology and impact assessment since 1987 and in that time has gained experience in four Canadian provinces (British Columbia, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Newfoundland) working on a broad array of fish and wildlife, from periphyton to mammals. Sean’s experience has ranged widely from basic fieldwork to experimental biomechanics of crustaceans; from environmental impact analyses and fisheries issues through biogeography, philosophy, and sophisticated data analyses and modelling; from forests to the ocean. Sean has been, and strives to remain, a generalist in a world of hyper specialization and fascination with technology.