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Occupational Health and Safety Occupational Health and Safety Certificate
University of Albertawww.ualberta.ca
For practitioners seeking an educational credential (CRST) recognized by the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP), as well as those in other diverse occupational backgrounds aspiring to have an impactful career in workplace health and safety, this is an opportunity to establish oneself as a registered professional in this field.
This certificate, one of the most advanced in Canada, is a cornerstone for safety in the province. Whether you are currently a practicing occupational health and safety professionals (our certificate is recognized by the Canadian Registered Safety Technician [CRST]), or someone who aspires for a career in health and safety, this program has been designed to help practitioners from many different backgrounds develop competencies necessary to create, implement, and evaluate health and safety programs in a wide variety of occupational settings.
Full information about this program and courses: uax.ca/ohs!span>
Program Type Occupational
Credential Type Certificate
Length 1 - 3Year(s)
6 core courses, 2 electives, and 35 hours of enrichment seminars
- Part Time Only
- Cooperative Education
- Continuing Education Only
- Distance Learning Available
A minimum of a high school diploma (or equivalent) and two years of work experience. Those who do not meet these requirements may be admitted on a conditional basis.!span>
Fully online or in-class in downtown Edmonton, Calgary, and across Alberta
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Updated September 15, 2021. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.
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