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Sponsored Content: CSA Group offers a variety of training courses throughout the year in various regions across Canada

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Sponsored Content: CSA Group offers a variety of training courses throughout  the year in various regions across Canada

We will be hosting the following sessions in March, April, & May 2020

Climate Lens, Greenhouse Gas, and Risk Management for Climate Adaptation & Resilience Training Courses

Climate Lens – Training Programs

As part of the Investing in Canada plan, Infrastructure Canada has announced the Climate Lens which requires new major infrastructure projects seeking federal funding to:

  • undertake an assessment of how their projects will contribute to, or reduce, carbon pollution
  • consider climate change risks in the location, design, and planned operation of a project

To better prepare you for these assessments, CSA Group is offering training programs in environment and climate change to provide you with a better understanding in both Greenhouse Gas (GHG) management (ISO 14064) and risk management in climate resilience and adaptation (ISO 31000)

ISO 14064 Greenhouse Gas Management – Parts 1-3

ISO 14064-1:2018, Greenhouse Gas Inventories & Measuring Carbon Footprint

This 1-day course provides both an overview of the fundamentals of ISO 14064-1:2018 and the guidance at the organization level for quantification and reporting of organizational level greenhouse gas emissions and removals. Click to learn more.

ISO 14064-2:2019, Greenhouse Gas Projects and Reducing Environmental Impact

This 1-day course provides an understanding of the fundamentals of greenhouse gas project quantification, monitoring and reporting concepts and techniques.  Click to learn more.

ISO 14064-3:2019, Greenhouse Gas Verification and Validation

This 2-day course will provide detailed training on the approach to using the ISO 14064-3 standard, with specific examples of how verification would be applied to a GHG inventory prepared according to the ISO 14064-1 standard, or a project that conforms with the ISO 14064-2 standard.  Click to learn more.

CSA-ISO 31000:2018 Risk Management for Climate Adaptation & Resilience

Format: Introduction (eLearning), and Implementation (1-day in-class)

Purpose: This course provides guidance on how to use CSA ISO 31000:2018 as a tool for conducting a full life cycle, resilience assessment for infrastructure projects.  It provides a common approach to managing any type of risk and is not industry or sector specific.  Click to learn more.

Infection Control during Construction, Renovation and Maintenance of Health Care Facilities Courses

Are you aware that to qualify to work on most hospital renovation projects in Canada, you must take CSA’s Infection Control courses?

The CSA Group Infection Control Courses have been approved for Continuing Education Credits from the Canadian Construction Association (CCA) as part of the Gold Seal Certification Program.

 After successfully completing the training and evaluation component, you will receive a Certificate of Completion.

We will be hosting the following Infection Control sessions in March, April, and May 2020

March 2020 Training Sessions (discount code will expire March 2, 2020)

Regina: March 11-12, 2020

Promo Code: REGMAR10


Ottawa: March 19-20, 2020

Promo Code: OTTMAR10


Vancouver: March 23 –24, 2020

Promo Code: VANMAR10

Toronto: March 23 –24, 2020

Promo Code: TORMAR10


Edmonton: March 23 –24, 2020

Promo Code: EDMAR10


Register before March 17, 2020 to receive an early bird discount of 10%

April 2020 Training Sessions

Toronto: April 7–8, 2020

Promo Code: TORAPR10


Edmonton: April 22–23, 2020

Promo Code: EDAPR10

Vancouver: April 29–30, 2020

Promo Code: VANAPR10



May 2020 Training Sessions

Toronto: May 20–21, 2020

Promo Code: TORMAY10


Calgary: May 13 –14, 2020

Promo Code: CALMAY10

Vancouver: May 28 –29, 2020

Promo Code: VANMAY10


  To register, click on one of the links below to get started

  Infection Control: Part 1 – Fundamentals

  Infection Control: Part 2 – Effective Implementation and Practical Applications

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