Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat
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"Post-secondary resources in this scan have been divided into three topics: Fisheries, Business, and Arts, Social Sciences and Integrative Science. The scan documents an immense number of university and college programming, Aboriginal support services, research centres, research reports and projects, and key knowledge holders who can potentially contribute to capacity building in the First Nations fisheries.
This is a graduate level course open to students in the Masters of Marine Science program and other graduate programs at Memorial University. The goal of the course is to provide students with a general but broad understanding of the data, methods and models used by stock assessment scientists and fisheries research. The course covers the basic quantitative methods and models used in fisheries, including data inputs and models. Emphasis is placed on how fish stocks and fisheries respond under exploitation, biomass dynamic models, age structured models, and acoustic and trawl surveys.
The Fisheries Conservation Group is a research group created at the Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University in 1996, to develop an independent fisheries research and training program with a focus on the fisheries ecosystems of the Northwest Atlantic.
Commercially trained surface supplied hard hat divers are referred to by many as underwater welders. Here at the Holland College Marine Training Center underwater welding is our specialty and we also train our underwater welders to perform all the other commercial diving techniques required of a person employed in this exciting career.
The Marine Training Centre has been providing Transport Canada-approved training for more than three decades. The centre has earned an international reputation for its exceptional quality of instruction, excellent facilities and convenient location. In addition to the full range of certification from Deckhand to Master Mariner, the centre offers a number of specialized courses.
Welcome to Aquatic Resources at StFX – an interdisciplinary studies program – focused on water, environment and sustainability – offered in Sciences or Arts. Located in a community nestled along Canada’s rugged Atlantic coastline, this program provides hands-on learning that explores water (freshwater and marine) resources, aquatic life, climate change, policy, and the complexities of human-ecosystem interactions.
In this program, you develop the skills and knowledge you require to work with rigging and hoisting with a high degree of accuracy and safety in construction, industrial, and marine settings. You also learn to manufacture, install, and repair rigging that is used to lift and move machinery or other heavy objects in shipyards, manufacturing plants, or other locations.