February 8-10, 2017
Edmonton Marriott @ River Cree Resort
CALL FOR NEW COURSES
The Environmental Services Association of
Alberta (ESAA) is accepting proposals from companies and/or
individuals who would like to deliver a professional development
course at Environment Business 2017 (EB 2017).
Course proposals dealing with
topics including waste management, environmental technology,
business management and environmental management
are encouraged. Suggested topics include, but are not limited
- Tier I & II Guidelines
- Intro and Advanced Hydrology
- Environmental Impact Assessments
Landfill Design and Management
Decommissioning and Reclamation
Drilling Waste Management,
A list of courses previously offered in 2015
can be found online at: http://www.environmentbusiness.ca/agenda.htm
Courses should be a new course, not previously
offered or being an advanced offering of the course. Courses
can either be one or two days in length. Proposals for
EB 2017 should include all of the following:
A brief cover letter that
includes: course title and duration; why this course would
be of interest to industry; lead instructor and co-instructor
names, titles, affiliations, and contact information
A detailed course overview
and outline (not to exceed two pages)
C.V. of lead and co-instructors;
a list of other courses/seminars/workshops presenter
Outline of course manual.
If your course is short-listed, we may require a copy
of the course manual for review
The course/workshop lead instructor receives
an honorarium of $1,250 per day plus travel, accommodation
and per diem expenses.
Submit proposal via e-mail, by no later
than October 31st, 2016, to:
Joe Chowaniec Director,
Program and Event Development
Successful applicants will be notified in mid-November.
is Now Closed for EB 2015
EB 2015 Fee
* Prices include all materials,
lunch, breakfast, and breaks..
* Prices do not include GST.
Technology, People, Environment
ESAA (Environmental Services Association
of Alberta) presents an opportunity to enhance the technical and
business knowledge of you and your staff at Environment
Business 2015 in Edmonton. 15 courses are scheduled
for February 10 to 12 at the Edmonton
Marriott @ River Cree Resort. These courses, presented by
professional environmental practitioners and educators, range from
one to two days in length and vary from introductory to advanced
levels. In its 22nd year of operation, the EB Professional Development
Course Series has been refined in order to meet the changing professional
development needs of Alberta's environmental industry.
Environmental Services Association of Alberta
Established in 1987,
Services Association of Alberta)
is one of Canada's leading business associations. Dedicated to building
a strong environment industry, ESAA is a business organization with
a business approach to providing programs leading to its members'
corporate success. Members benefit from continuous updates on environmental
legislation and regulations, technology, industry trends, business
contacts and potential business opportunities. In addition, ESAA
offers professional development courses, symposiums, seminars and
workshops relevant to the industrial environmental community.
Courses - Enrollment, Tax & Education
Environment Business 2015 Professional
Development Course Series will be held at the Edmonton
@ River Cree Resort (just past the Anthony Henday off
of the Whitemud Freeway) Registration
is at 7:30 AM each day. Course times are from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.
Refreshment breaks, breakfast, lunch and course materials are provided.
Simply, click the register button on any page. ESAA
member companies receive a 15% discount on registration fees. Space
is limited, so register now!
Tax Credit for EB Tuition
ESAA is certified as an educational
institution. Under Revenue Canada guidelines, Environment Business
2015 in Edmonton tuition fees qualify for a tuition tax credit.
Environment Businesses courses qualify
for Professional Development Credit for EPís, visit www.eco.ca/certification
for more information.
The Association of Science and Engineering
Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) may accept
selected Environmental Services Association of Alberta courses for
partial credit toward the academic requirements for Technician and/or
Technologist Certification. For more details contact ASET at (780)
425-0626 or www.aset.ab.ca
The courses offered in the Environment Business
Professional Development Course Series may qualify
for Professional Development credits for the Association of Professional
Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA). For
more information contact APEGGA at (780) 426-3990 or www.apegga.org
Additionally, EB Courses may
qualify for Professional Development Credits for members of the
Association of the Chemical Profession of Alberta (ACPA).
For more information visit,