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Forest Management and Protection and Development of Wildlife Habitats

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This program is designed for people who are passionate about working outdoors. Forest Management and Protection and Development of Wildlife Habitats combines two programs, to focus on all aspects of managing wildlife, parks and forests, as well as understanding safety in the field and conservation issues.

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CFPRO en Foresterie à Causapscal
Causapscal, Bas-Saint-Laurent
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DURATION : 0 Weeks
CLASSES START : August 17 2022
COSTS : 59 538,20 $*
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DURATION : 0 Weeks
CLASSES START : August 15 2023
COSTS : 59 538,20 $*
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CFPRO en Foresterie à Dégelis

CFPRO en Foresterie à Dégelis
Dégelis, Bas-Saint-Laurent
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DURATION : 0 Weeks
CLASSES START : August 15 2023
COSTS : 59 538,20 $*
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TRAINING OBJECTIVES

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TRAINING CONTENT

Competency statement
HOURS
Determine their suitability for the trade and the training process
15
Apply heath and safety regulations 
15
Use light and non-motorized equipment and tools
60
Assist people requiring assistance
45
Use propane gas 
45
Prepare equipment, buildings and infrastructure
60
Apply notions of animal biology
45
Identify wildlife species
120
Interpret and explain the laws and regulations related to wildlife conservation
75
Use hunting weapons
75
Communicate in the workplace
30
Manage a reception station
45
Apply survival techniques in the forest
30
Orient yourself in the forest
60
Navigate forests on foot
30
Patrol the territory
75
Conduct investigations
60
Apply notions of forest ecology
45
Provide assistance to wildlife management specialists
60
Detect animal pathologies
30
Apply fishing, hunting and trapping techniques
75
Guide and inform customers
90
Use job search methods
15
Enter the work force
120
Determine their suitability for the trade and the training process
15
Characterize the organization and legislative context of forestry in Quebec
30
Use maps and a compass
60
Apply first aid techniques
15
Become familiar with survival techniques in the forest
30
Apply dendrometry techniques
60
Use computer equipment
45
Measure cut timber
75
Apply photo-identification and photo-restoration techniques
45
Measure uncut timber
60
Determine the quality of felled timber
30
Measuring wood by the mass / volume method
30
Perform work related to precommercial thinning
45
Apply logging techniques
75
Use job search methods
15
Participate in the inspection of wood harvesting work
30
Integrate into the work place
60
Identify the main plants of Quebec's forests
120
Use light motorized and non-powered equipment
45
Perform forest inventory
75
Apply notions of silviculture
90
Apply forest intervention management
30
Communicate in the work place
15
Perform work related to reforestation and maintenance of a plantation
45
Perform preparatory work for harvesting wood
75

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