• Upcoming Training Courses

  • Alberta - Ontario - Virtual

    An intense 3-day training course delivered in a workshop atmosphere, providing attendees with the training required to conduct Phase I (One) Environmental Site Assessments in Canada. Suitable for both experienced practitioners and those wishing to enter the field. Each course is based on CSA-Z768 guidelines, and enhanced to include provincial guidelines (O-Reg 153, Alberta Environment, BC & Saskatchewan MOE Regs, etc.) This course is a perquisite to the CESA (Certified Environmental Site Assessor) Designation.

    Date and Locations:

    Calgary AB: October 18th - 20th 2022

    Cambridge ON: November 8th - 10th 2022

    Upstream Oil & Gas ESA Training Course 1-day: October 21st 2022

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  • Alberta - Ontario - Virtual

    An intense 3-day training course delivered in a workshop atmosphere, providing attendees with the training required to conduct Phase II (two) Environmental Site Assessments in Canada. Suitable for both experienced practitioners and those wishing to enter the field. Each course is based on CSA-Z769 guidelines, and enhanced to include provincially specific guidelines (O-Reg 153, Alberta Environment, BC & Saskatchewan MOE Regs, etc.) This course is a perquisite to the CESAII (Certified Environmental Site Assessor Phase II) Designation.

    Dates and Locations:

    Calgary AB: October 25th - 27th 2022

    Cambridge ON: November 15th - 17th 2022
       

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  • AESAC's new Webinar Series is a great way to stay informed and up-to-date on provincial and national Environmental Site Assessment regulations, as well as gain valuable points towards CESA Certification.

    Dates and Details:

    Phase 1 ESA; CSA Guideline Overview
    Date: September 27th 2022   12pm EST
    Presenter: Bill Leedham, P.Geo, QP, CESA

    Phase 2 ESA; CSA Guideline Overview
    Date: October 4th 2022   12pm EST
    Presenter: Bill Leedham, P.Geo, QP, CESA

     

     

     

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  • Since 1993, AESAC has been developing and delivering Environmental Site Assessment training courses in accordance with CSA-Z768, CSA Z769, and provincial guidelines. These workshop based courses are 2 to 3 days in length, provide extensive knowledge and instruction of ESA techniques and regulations, and are developed and instructed by industry leading, experienced, professionals.

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  • AESAC offers the Certified Environmental Site Assessors (C.E.S.A) Designation and the Enhancement C.E.S.A.II for Phase Two practitioners.
    Applicants must pass a 100 point checklist; which includes Experience, Education, and submitting an ESA report for review.
    C.E.S.A. Designations are nationally accredited and required by many Banks, Lenders, Stakeholders, and Employers

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    AESAC Membership Benefits include:

    - National Directory
    - Free Referrals
    - Certifications (C.E.S.A & C.E.S.A.II)
    - Group Insurance options
    - Online “Members Only” Forum
    - Industry News and Regulatory Updates
    - Training Courses; discounts for members

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  • The Instructors Blog

  • Words Matter

    September 28, 2022
    Words Matter

    Those who know me and my reporting/reviewing style, know I am a stickler for proper grammar, formatting and wording. In my opinion any report should be not only technically correct, but organized, well written, and easy to understand. Words, and how we use them really do matter. Even minor

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  • Let Us Come To You

    July 11, 2022
    Let Us Come To You

    As most readers are aware, AESAC offers in-depth, hands-on training and certification courses for conducting Phase One and Phase Two Environmental Site Assessments. These courses are offered at different venues across Canada, typically twice yearly in eastern and western Canada. In

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  • Due Diligence Can Equal Cost Savings

    Time is money, and money means profit - who doesn’t love keeping hard earned cash in their pocket? Alberta’s upstream oil and gas industry is the same, they work hard for every dollar they make, so they must make each dollar count. We in the environmental industry are trusted

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