|Field of Study:||Environmental Engineering Technology/Environmental Technology
|Description:||Northwestern Ontario is rich in natural resources and we need to properly manage those resources so that they are here for generations to come. Are you interested in learning how to responsibly develop our resource-based economy while protecting our forests, waterways, and land?
Through Confederation College’s Environmental Technician two-year diploma program, you will learn to effectively manage natural and man-made environments. This program will explore environmental issues and provide hands-on tools for assessing, protecting and restoring ecosystems. Best of all, you’ll learn in one of the greatest natural labs available: the Boreal Forest, a rich and diverse forest ecosystem that stretches around the northern hemisphere. Courses cover a wide variety of related topics including plant identification, natural resource measurements, soils & geomorphology, ecology, waste management, ground water, surface water and water & waste water treatment. Become part of the new generation of natural resource developers who are committed to making the environment healthier, safer and stronger!
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