This microcredential is one of six training opportunities to prepare participants to work as an Ecological Conservationist and can be taken in any order or on their own.
Water and wildlife are two of Canada’s most precious resources. It is important to understand the ecology of each. In this microcredential, participants will learn about freshwater aquatic ecology, safely sample and interpret the water quality of waterbodies, and learn how to identify fish species inhabiting Saskatchewan.
This microcredential is one available in a suite of six training opportunities to prepare participants to work as an Ecological Conservationist. Interested learners are not required to take the available microcredentials focused on Ecological Conservation in sequence. Learners can also choose to take one or many of the six available.
Microcredentials in this series:
Upon completion of this microcredential, learners will be able to:
Water and wildlife are two of Canada’s most precious resources. Businesses such as environmental tourism on an abundant supply of clean water and well-managed wildlife. It is important that businesses such as mining and manufacturing understand wildlife techniques that support a healthy aquatic and wildlife ecology. All Canadians and businesses need to be cognizant of how to maintain the health and well-being of this resource. Understanding how lowering the carbon footprint to have the least impact on the environment is essential.