Geotechnical/Environmental Drillers (Geo/Enviro Driller) operate various types of mobile soil and rock drilling equipment for the purpose of gathering site characterization information and data. Geo/Enviro drillers typically work together on site with an engineer or technologist to achieve a greater understanding of the stratigraphy or hydrogeological conditions present by collecting soil or water samples, performing various types of probe or in-situ tests, or by setting various types of installations for either geotechnical or environmental monitoring.
Please note that this program is only available for those wishing to challenge certification. There is no apprenticeship pathway at this time.
For further information on this trade and for a detailed list of learning materials please contact BC Ground Water Association on 604-530-8934 (Toll free within BC: 1-855-530-8934) and at firstname.lastname@example.org
Challenge Certification/Recognize Prior Experience
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