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training course is being offered to St’át’imc technicians who wish to enhance
their fisheries skills via analysis of data sets that are presently being
collected by SGS and SER. This guided self-study course complements on-going
field work and technician training. It has been designed to provide an introduction
to data analysis and reporting.
There is space available for 5 trainees. In the event that there is high demand, additional training courses will be offered later in 2014.
The course will take place at the St’át’imc Government Services office on 6 successive Fridays between May 2 - June 6.
Topics to be covered:
1. Data analysis - use of Excel for analysis and graphing of fish data
2. Communications - enhancement of verbal and written communication skills
3. Introduction to environmental assessment
Some familiarity with MS Excel
Dr. Dave Levy, SGS Fisheries Advisor
How to Apply:
Please send your resume via email to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com (Bonnie Dunn) no later than April 25, 2014. Please describe why you wish to attend this training course and what is your experience using Excel.
Most of the class exercises rely on MS Office. If you don't own a computer, a desk-top will be available for your use.
Please call Dave Levy (604) 929-2083 or Bonnie Dunn (250) 256-7523
Please submit your bids by April 23, 2014.
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