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A selection of part-time courses will be offered to obtain the Associate Certificate in Wood Products Manufacturing Technology (primary and secondary manufacturing). This certificate program was developed due to the growing demand for training in the secondary manufacturing of wood products.
The UBC School of Environmental Health aims to help practitioners become knowledge enriched and to be technically current, through offering short courses and workshops that showcase new research and findings done by our faculty. Participants can expect to earn certification points from the American Industrial Hygiene Association and the Canadian Registration Board of Occupational Hygienists.
For more information about the courses, please contact Lydia Ma, Director, Continuing Education and Outreach (ph: 604-822-9599; fax: 604-822-9588; email: ).
The Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences is one of five departments in the University of Washington's School of Public Health and Community Medicine. Its primary focus is discovering and analyzing the links between human health and the environment. The faculty is multidisciplinary and includes physicians, engineers, chemists, toxicologists, industrial hygienists, and other public health scientists.