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Provincial certification: RISC CMT and Archaeology Inventory for Crew Members

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This five-day course in archaeological and culturally modified tree inventory for crew members will teach basic archaeological site identification, survey

and recording skills. Graduates will be certified to be part of an archaeological field crew as a field technician, and will receive certification from the province of BC. Ideal for: industry professionals,

First Nations crew members, students.

Understanding the Heritage Conservation Act

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This half-day course discusses the history, use, and control of cultural heritage in BC under the Heritage Conservation Act, using recent case studies. Ideal for: industry, First Nations, students, developers, realty.

Introduction to British Columbia Archaeology

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This one-day course provides the basics in understanding the Heritage Conservation Act, First Nations heritage management, and common site types. Ideal for: industry, First Nations, students, developers, realty.

BC Archaeological Site Forms

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This one-day course teaches how to complete BC archaeology site forms and register sites in the provincial database. Ideal for: First Nations, students.

Field Survey

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This two-day course begins in the classroom with note taking, photography, safety, and map reading basics. The second day applies these skills in the field during a survey, where students will safely orienteer using

compass and hip chain, and record a day in “the bush”. Ideal for: industry professionals, First Nations, students.

Culturally modified tree recording

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This one-day course is field based and teaches the basics in recognizing and recording CMTs. Ideal for: industry professionals, First Nations crew members, students.

Archaeology and wildfire

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This one-day course is designed for wildfire crews working in BC. It provides an overview of the HCA, mitigation, and impacts of wildfire on archaeological sites, and how to apply knowledge in the field. Suitable for: BC wildfire crews.

Develop specializations

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Specializations in archaeological analysis: these half- to one-day courses offer training in lithic analysis, dendrochronology, wet/perishable sites and materials.We also offer training in understanding archaeological predictive modelling, suitable for GIS departments working with a GIS-based archaeological model.

Custom courses

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According to your capacity, your goals, or your potential. Let us know what you want to achieve and we can build a customized curriculum for you.