BEAHR Program options
Find the right environmental training program for your community.
Two-Day Land Use Planning Seminar
This targeted two-day seminar introduces learners to land use planning concepts and processes, enabling them to take an active role in their community’s land use planning initiatives.
Workforce Training Programs
Environmental Monitoring Coordinator
This program offers two specializations: Regulatory Monitoring, which focuses on legislative requirements and monitoring industry activities, and Research Monitoring, which focuses on executing monitoring tasks such as wildlife counts, surveys, and sampling.
Land Use Planning Coordinator
Students explore key land use planning concepts in this program, including how to develop, execute, and implement a community land use plan.
Environmental Site Assessment Assistant
This program covers Environmental Site Assessment Phases I, II, and III for contaminated sites, including how to plan projects, gather local knowledge, collect and interpret data, and prepare reports.
Contaminated Sites Remediation Coordinator
In this program, students learn how to assist in the confirmatory sampling and remediation of a contaminated site. Learners also build the skills to coordinate long-term monitoring of site health and recovery.
Local Environmental Coordinator
This program covers the fundamentals of environmental management, preparing learners to coordinate environmental projects in their community.
Solid Waste Coordinator
Students learn about waste collection, disposal, and diversion in this program, along with best practices to support community education and waste reduction.
Technician Training Programs
Certificate of Applied Environmental Techniques (CAET)
This comprehensive certificate program offers a practical introduction to environmental work, including environmental monitoring, site assessment, and contaminated site remediation. It is ideal for communities setting up an environmental business, or for those interested in pursuing further education in the environmental field.
Certificate in Environmental Planning and Administration (CEPA)
Students receive an introduction to the development, implementation and monitoring of environmental and land use plans in this comprehensive program. The CEPA Certificate is ideal for community members responsible for consulting with government and industry, economic development, and environmental management.
In this flexible certificate option, communities and individual students can combine modules from the various Workforce Training Programs to create a certificate program that meets the needs of their community, an employment opportunity, or the requirements for further education.