Training from ECO Canada teaches you skills that would otherwise take years to learn — the kind of skills you can apply right away, so you start seeing immediate results.
Choose from self-paced online courses, webinars, and corporate training.
Reduce your organization’s risk and promote project success.
Learn how meeting local environmental protection requirements can protect your organization and transform your bottom line and community relationships.
There are over 3,000 nationally recognized Environmental Professionals in Canada.
Join their ranks and discover how an industry-leading Environmental Professional (EP) Certification can set you apart from the competition.
Research and Advisory Services
Tap into our knowledge of Canada’s labour market and stay on top of environmental employment trends.
Environmental Job Board
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Raise the profile of your post-secondary program as an elite, nationally-recognized program that meets industry needs with our accreditation program.
Receive up to $15,000 in wage subsidies when you hire a young professional in our Environmental Youth Corps (EYC) Internship Program.
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Our BEAHR training programs have helped Aboriginal communities develop technical environmental skills and foster rewarding careers.