Education & Training
A not-for-profit organization, Energy Safety Canada was launched in October 2017 with the merger of Enform Canada and the Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA). Together, we will continue the work of our legacy organizations to get workers home safely.
IHS Markit combines information, analytics and expertise to provide solutions for business, finance and government. We help our customers see why things happen and focus on what really matters so they can make confident decisions to improve efficiency, outpace competitors and drive growth.
Innovate Calgary is the innovation transfer and business incubator centre for the University of Calgary. As part of the Office of the Vice-President (Research) portfolio, we work closely with the Research Service Office to help bridge the gap between discovery and innovation.
The Leduc No. 1 Energy Discovery Centre strives to be Alberta’s foremost energy science museum, where we can engage guests of all ages in the diversity, complexity, and history of Canada’s energy sector through sustainable, responsible, and educational experiences.
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial University offers graduate diplomas and MASc, MEng, and PhD degrees in various engineering disciplines, including Arctic, Civil, Communications, Computer, Electrical, Energy Systems, Geotechnical and Structural, Mechanical, Mechanics and Materials, Mechatronics, Ocean and Naval Architecture, Oil and Gas, Process, Safety and Risk, and Thermofluids engineering.
Natural Gas Futures (NGF) at UBC – is an industry-led research and education consortium to develop sustainable solutions for the responsible use of gaseous fuels. NGF develops, validates and commercialises breakthrough technologies, system simulation models and engineering products to address technical and environmental challenges covering the full natural gas supply chain.
NAIT’s technical training and applied education is designed to meet the demands of Alberta’s industries. Graduates from NAIT would possess the knowledge and skills employers want. Students leave NAIT confident, prepared and in demand.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic is a member of Polytechnics Canada, an alliance of 13 research-intensive, industry-responsive post-secondary institutions. Students get a high-quality, job-focused education, with strength in academic offerings, strength in industry connections, and strength in applied research.
In the area of fuel cell and hydrogen research, SFU is a leader in materials science, electrochemistry, modeling, and engineering. SFU developed its capacity and reputation through a symbiotic partnership with NRC Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation (NRC IFCI). This partnership fostered academic leadership and growth of the industry sector in the Vancouver region to become the premier global center of excellence for fuel cell research. SFU brings together research strengths within research clusters in materials science and engineering, electrochemical materials and energy science, technology management, and resources and environmental management to establish a prospective technology platform for sustainable fuel cell systems.
A SAIT education offers students practical experience and theoretical knowledge in a real-world context. SAIT’s close partnerships with industry, government and other post-secondaries help to give students the skills and connections they need to succeed in local, national and global economies.
Currently, there are more than 7,000 students enrolled in energy and environmental programs at the University of Alberta. A projected growth of 1,000 students is anticipated in the next four years.
The Master of Engineering Leadership (MEL) in Integrated Water Management is designed for engineers and environmental science graduates who want to develop and lead advanced and sustainable water management initiatives. Participants of the program will learn how to apply physical, chemical and biological unit operations and processes to water resources, and will become conversant with regulatory and environmental frameworks.
One of Canada premier engineering schools since 1965.
The School of Public Policy is Canadas leading policy school. The School was founded in 2008 by renowned economist Jack Mintz with a vision to drive policy discourse with relevant research, outreach and teaching. Its faculty is composed of scholars with exceptional academic credentials and experienced practitioners in business, government and the non-profit sector.