The SHSM–Environment enables students to build a foundation of sector-focused knowledge and skills before graduating and entering apprenticeship training, college, university, or an entry-level position in the workplace. Where local circumstances allow, boards may elect to offer one or more variants of the SHSM in a given sector, each with a particular area of focus. This SHSM may be designed to have a particular focus – for example, on environmental science or environmental studies. This focus is achieved through the selection of the four major credits in the bundle.

The manufacturing industry is committed to addressing skills development, labour market, and human resource issues across the various sectors within Canadian manufacturing. This will provide new employment opportunities for students choosing to pursue a career in this sector.

Schools that offer this SHSM:
Apprenticeship Training College
Arborist Agriculture Operator & Manager
Biological Technologist or Biological
Conservation Officer or Fishery Officer
Environmental Technician
Field Technician – Air Pollution
Forest Ecologist
Forestry Technologist/Technician
Geological & Mineral Technologist/Technician
Habitat Management Technician
Hatchery or Fisheries Technician
Mapping & Related Technologist/Technician
Quality Control – Chemical Engineering
Silviculture & Forestry Workers
Soil Testing Technologist
Technician – Pollution Control
University Workplace
Air Quality Meteorologist Canoeing Guide
Chemical Engineer Fishing Guide
Climatologist Hunting Guide
Environmental & Occupational Toxicologist Landscaping & Grounds Maintenance Workers
Environmental Biologist Outdoor Sport & Recreation Guide
Environmental Engineer Recreation Program Leader
Environmental Impact Analyst Recycled Paper Handler
Environmental Planner Silviculture & Forestry Workers
Environmental Program Coordinator Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
Forestry Professional
Geological Engineer
Geologist & Geochemist
Interpretive Naturalist
Landscape Architects
Urban & Land Use Planners
Waste Diversion Consultant
Did You Know?

There are approximately 682,000 environmental professionals within major industry groups across Canada.

- Environmental Careers Organization Canada, 2010