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ETP students study Fish Management

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During the Environmental Technology Program Fish Management course students learn all about domestic, commercial, and subsistence fishing, as well as various fishing issues across Nunavut. 

During the course, 2nd year students learn to set winter nets, and collect fish, a valuable skill to have when conducting scientific studies. 

On our recent outing, the temperature dipped well below -30, but good spirits were kept up through strong team work and peer learning.  Luckily, we had some students who were expert fishermen to mentor their peers in the fine art of winter fishing.  We left before sunrise and came back after dark with some very rosy cheeks. 

Needless to say everyone slept well that night!

An update from the students and staff at the Environmental Technology ProgramAn Adventure in Learning!

 

Applications are currently being accepted for the 2015 academic year!

The Environmental Technology Program is a two-year diploma program that incorporates classroom and practical lab and field experiences to develop student skills.

Graduates of the program will possess the necessary skills to meet the growing demand for environmental practitioners in such fields as resource development and management, fish and wildlife conservation, environmental protection, parks management, environmental assessment, waste management, environmental research, and environmental education.

For more information on how you can apply, visit your local Campus or Community Learning Centre! You can also contact Senior Instructor Jason Carpenter at (867) 979-7285 or by e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. !

 

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