DATE: February 28, 2013
LOCATION: Holiday Inn, St. John’s, NL
TIME: 8:30am – 4:30pm
PRESENTED BY NEIA
Addressing environmental impacts is a critical component of any environmental, infrastructure or sustainability project undertaking. A fundamental objective for these types of projects is to protect the natural environment by ensuring that federal, provincial and local natural heritage policies are developed and applied appropriately.
This requires a meticulous approach to project planning, organization, communications, implementation and documentation. Utilizing case studies from environmental projects e.g (Site Remediation, Renewable Energy, Species at Risk, Wetland Restoration etc.), the course takes the participants through a complete project definition and planning phase and looks at the implementation and control phase.
At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will have the confidence and the skills to prepare and present a Project Charter, and to use the most important project planning tools to define and organize their projects. In addition, they will be able to clearly communicate their project and project needs to others including their management, to seek the required approvals, and to control the project in its implementation phase.
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Contact Joanne Strugnell at 709-772-7333 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.