Forest Education - Post-Secondary Education

The forest products industry offers something for everyone. Whether you’re interested in a trade that’s in high demand, like being an industrial electrician, or if you have a PhD and want to do cutting-edge research, you can find yourself, and your future, in the forest products industry.

edu-careers-01Forestry and Resource Management Post-Secondary Programs British Columbia

BCIT – Forest and Natural Areas Management

BCIT – Renewable Resources

BCIT – Sustainable Resource Management

Kwantlen Polytechnic – Environmental Protection

Royal Roads – Master of Science and Environmental Management

Royal Roads – Bachelor of Science in Environmental Management

SFU – Resource and Environmental Management

Thompson Rivers University – Forestry Transfer

Thompson Rivers University – Supply Chain Management

UBC – Forest Operations

UBC – Forest Resources Management

UBC – Forest Sciences

UBC – Natural Resources Conservation

UBC – Wood Products Processing

UNBC – Natural Resource Management

UNBC – Forest Ecology and Management

UNBC – Wildlife and Fisheries

UNBC – Environmental Planning

UNBC Continuing Studies – Wildlife Monitoring Certificate

UNBC Continuing Studies – Land Reclamation Certificate

UNBC Continuing Studies – Environmental Monitoring Certificate

UNBC Continuing Studies – Wildlife Danger Tree Certification

Vancouver Island University – Natural Resources Extension Program

Vancouver Island University – Advanced Diploma in GIS Applications

Vancouver Island University – Forest Resources Technology

Vancouver Island University – Resource Management Officer Technology

Nicola Valley Institute of Technology – Environmental Resource Technology

CNC – Natural Resources and Environmental Technology

CNC – Forest Industry Safety Training

North Island College – Coastal Forest Resource

North Island College – Coastal Log Scaling

Selkirk College – Forest Technology

Selkirk College – Integrated Environmental Planning

Selkirk College – Recreation, Fish, and Wildlife

From the Newsroom

COFI Welcomes Measures Addressing Competitiveness in 2017 B.C. Budget

For Immediate Release

Vancouver, BC – The Council of Forest Industries (COFI) today welcomed the Government of B.C.’s s fifth consecutive balanced budget which provides some tax relief to encourage competitiveness and a continued commitment to expand our…

COFI Announces Winners of Forestry Photo Contest

Vancouver, B.C. – The Council of Forest Industries (COFI), with media partner Canadian Forest Industries (CFI) Magazine and prize sponsor London Drugs, today announced the winners of the Forestry Photo Contest.

“The photos we received truly captured the story…

BC’s Forest Sector Welcomes Tax Competitiveness Commission Report

Vancouver, BC – The Council of Forest Industries (COFI) welcomed today’s release of the report by the Commission on Tax Competitiveness, an independent panel established earlier this year to consult and review B.C.’s corporate tax structure and develop…