B.C. puts $3.3 million into forestry training

Industry News

The province of British Columbia will fund $3.3 million towards training and work experience in the forestry sector.

Stillwater Consulting will deliver the training on the government’s behalf in Cranbrook, Kamloops and Nanaimo, B.C. with students able to earn 11 different certifications including basic chainsaw operator, silviculture surveyor certification and occupational first aid – level 3. The program also includes a three-week job placement with local forestry employers.


Souce: Journal of Commerce


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