CRI Training - 'Watersheds and Aquatics Training in Environmental Research'
CRI places a significant emphasis on the education and training of undergraduate and graduate students through regularly offered university courses taught by CRI Fellows and Associate Fellows.
We offer non-credit courses for students and professionals in aquatic sciences. We are also interested in developing new professional courses based on need/demand.
In May 2010, UNB/CRI received NSERC CREATE funding to develop and support a training program for graduate students called "WATER" - Watersheds and Aquatics Training in Environmental Research. This moniker will now also encompass the entire CRI Training and Professional Development division and courses and training opportunities will be cross-listed here and also on the main UNB WATER website. These courses are available to students and professionals alike unless indicated otherwise.
|Analysis of Environmental Effects Monitoring Data||Online||Anytime-December/self-paced|
|Canadian Aquatic Biomonitoring Network (CABIN) training
||Online course + field practicum - online content available in English and French||February through November|
|Electrofishing||Online course + field practicum (backpack and boat training available) - online content for backpack available in English and French||May through September|
|Practical hydrology and hydrometry||2-day field course
near Sacre-Coeur, QU (INRS Field Station)
|River Habitats and Hydraulics||8-day face-to-face classroom and field course available as a graduate-level credit Miramichi, NB||August 24-31|
|Freshwater Habitat Assessment
||5-day face-to-face classroom and field course Fredericton NB||24-28 September|
|Stream Restoration: Design and Monitoring||
3-day face-to-face classroom and field trip
Fundy National Park, NB