Get Specialized Environmental Credentials with the Certificate in Environmental Practice

According to research conducted by ECO Canada with environmental employers,
going back to school to upgrade and to specialize can advance your career. Not
only that–the multidisciplinary nature of the environment industry has
created a need for practitioners from many different occupational and academic

With increasing opportunities resulting from industry growth and retirement,
this is the perfect time to make your move. If you’re already in the industry,
or are hoping to get a job in the industry–the distance-based Certificate
in Environmental Practice
offered by the Canadian Centre for
Environmental Education (CCEE) can help you advance your career!

How can the Certificate help you?

  • It is flexible — the distance-based format allows you to schedule courses
    around work and other commitments
  • It provides training that is relevant to the needs and demands of environmental

    • It also provides the soft skills necessary to succeed in the workplace
  • It recognizes the skills you have

    • You may be eligible for academic credit for relevant work experience and
      professional learning through a process called Prior Learning Assessment and
      Recognition (PLAR)
  • It meets professional development requirements for the Canadian Certified

    • The curriculum is based around the National Occupational Standards used for
      CCEP certification

Start Improving Your Career by Enrolling in the Certificate Program!

“It will help my career by providing new focus and direction and open up doors
to opportunities in the environmental sector. The certificate will increase my
environmental credibility as it is affiliated with the best universities and
provides focused concentrations to continue on in specific career choices in
the environment.”

         – Erica Shuffler, Certificate
Student, Kelowna, BC

The Canadian Centre for Environmental Education is a partnership between ECO
Canada and Royal Roads, with the participation of colleges and universities
across Canada. For more information, please visit
or contact the CCEE at

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