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Ridgeline is a firm believer in the importance of supporting and engaging indigenous communities in the work that we do throughout North America. In doing so, Ridgeline is developing a pool of talented indigenous individuals that can partake in employment opportunities in the environmental services sector. Ridgeline is also committed to building beneficial and sustainable relationships with indigenous communities, including attending local job fairs and being involved in community programs that support local & regional youth development.
Ridgeline will assist indigenous applicants with obtaining appropriate safety certifications prior to their onboarding. The focus of Ridgeline’s training is to provide technical and hands-on skills to those who want to start their career path in the environmental services sector through our employee professional development program and core competency training, and our post-secondary institution’s partners.
Ridgeline offers a job shadowing program in three areas:
Our Core Competency Program & Training is extremely intuitive and consists of 3 main levels; safety training is a prerequisite for all training levels:
Ridgeline understands that we all can benefit from long-term partnerships that focus on enhanced local employment and resource development through education and community involvement. Ridgeline recognizes that operating within local communities is a privilege and we respect the rights, cultures, interests, and aspirations of Indigenous so that together we can succeed.
This blog has been created by Jay Woosaree, P.Ag. Jay is a multi-disciplinary environmental research scientist with over 30 years experiences in the environmental services sector. Jay has worked extensively with indigenous communities through-out Alberta and the NWT and is presently working with Ridgeline Canada on developing their indigenous training program.
For any questions regarding any information within this blog please contact Jay at firstname.lastname@example.org