The petroleum industry depends on stakeholder and Indigenous relations to identify issues and community concerns and methods to mitigate the impacts of their development plans as well as identifying and delivering community and regional benefits. This is a foundational course that provides an overview of stakeholder and Indigenous engagement principles and methods, and how petroleum firms manage and track community concerns throughout the project life-cycle. The course includes a discussion on Aboriginal treaty rights and traditional land uses and how they need to be incorporated into oil, gas, and pipeline planning.
This course is available through in-class and online delivery options.
Fees do not include textbook. The textbook can be purchased online at the Bow Valley College Bookstore
Online learners will have access to the course materials through Desire2Learn (D2L) on the start date.
For more information, please contact:
Prospective Student Centre 403.410.1402
Continuing Education 403.410.1595 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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This is a required course for the:
Petroleum Industry Management Certificate