Water Quality Assessment and Management

The two-day online and field-based Water Quality Assessment and Management course provides students with the knowledge and skills required to assess water quality and manage water quality programs. Through online instruction, student-led field exercises, and case studies, students will learn how to determine the appropriate scale of assessment needed, conduct water quality assessments in flowing water, lakes, and wetlands, and identify water quality assessment reporting requirements.

Wetland Restoration Techniques

The three-day Wetland Restoration Techniques provides students with knowledge of wetland ecology and the technical skills to successfully implement a wetland restoration project. This course includes live online instruction, group activities and discussions, and a final project. Students will also learn how to assess the status of wetlands, develop restoration plans, and write wetland restoration reports.

Water Sustainability Technician Program

Wetland Assessment is an applied, two-day, fully online course focusing on the step-by-step process of how to characterize, classify, and delineate wetlands in Canada and the northern United States. 

Lake Management Techniques

Species at Risk Screening is an applied, two-day, fully online course focusing on how to determine which Species at Risk are known to occur in a particular area, how to identify potential habitat opportunities, and how to assign a relative potential for that species to be present.

Species at Risk

Species at Risk Screening is an applied, two-day, fully online course focusing on how to determine which Species at Risk are known to occur in a particular area, how to identify potential habitat opportunities, and how to assign a relative potential for that species to be present.

Wetland Assessment

Wetland Assessment is an applied, two-day, fully online course focusing on the step-by-step process of how to characterize, classify, and delineate wetlands in Canada and the northern United States.