Resources: Where to get that ever-important professional development?

Are you looking for opportunities to build skills in data management, project management, and in the field? Workshops and volunteering are a wonderful avenue to do this! The Faculty of Environment (SFU) is hosting a workshop on September 22nd to guide conservation professionals and restoration practitioners in using the Open Source process to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of collaborative efforts of conservation management. To find out more and to register for the event, click here. In addition, the SFU Research Commons offers a variety of workshops to help you build skills in data management, GIS, and scientific writing. Alternatively, check out the College of Applied Biology website for upcoming certification courses to build your repertoire of qualifications in the field. Lastly, don’t forget about all the great skill-building opportunities available through your local ecological society, such as the Stanley Park Ecological Society (SPES).

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