The Federal Contaminated Sites Action Plan (FCSAP) Secretariat is offering a free virtual training course on Project Management Tools, from November 21-25, 2022. The course is an opportunity for First Nations people who are involved in the management of contaminated sites to receive training on project management tools.

The five-day course will be offered over Microsoft Team, Zoom, Google Meets, or another form of video conferencing that is most accessible by the participants.

The purpose of the training course is to provide guidance on what activities might be included as part of a contaminated site remediation/risk management project, and what tool to use to deliver projects with higher rates of success. The training will:

  • Assist project managers and community coordinators to undertake project planning and management from beginning to end (i.e. Objectives, scope, time, costs, risks, resources…)
  • Provides consistency for organization’s project delivery
  • Clarity of goals and how they are measured
  • Better quality deliverables


The training is open to First Nations members and Tribal council representatives who participate in the undertaking of assessment and remediation, risk management and long-term monitoring of contaminated sites.

This includes Indigenous Services Canada Contaminated Sites (CS) program/project staff, project partners and stakeholders who have been, will be, or are currently involved in planning and conducting CS management work, or those that have expressed an interest in learning more about the Contaminated Sites On Reserve (CSOR) program or FCSAP.


Deadline: Register by October 28, 2022. Registration is limited.

To register, email [email protected].

  • In your email, include:
    • First Nation
    • Participant Name(s)
    • Participant(s) Email Address