LOCATION: Centre for Health & Safety Innovation, 5110 Creekbank Rd., Mississauga ON
Learn what the Class EA process is all about from an instructor who has conducted many such planning exercises since the inception of the Municipal Class EA over 20 years ago. Discover how the Municipal Class EA planning process works, and how it can be your best friend in bringing a project from concept through construction. Discover how the process, that may at first seem complex, is really quite easy to follow and use. Learn why and how this planning process is “owned” by the municipality rather than the government, and how flexible the process can be. Learn how you get to decide how to use the MCEA process to plan your own projects. Discover how you can manage the planning process to suit your projects, through devices like how to develop a Problem Statement, and how to evaluate alternatives.
The course is delivered over one and a half days, in four modules. The modules will provide you with the background you need to understand the Class EA process, will walk you through the process, and will reinforce the learning process with practical exercises, followed by case studies.
Module 1 – Municipal Class EA Basics
Outline of Municipal Class EA
Class EA Schedules
Schedule B File
Schedule C Environmental Study Report (ESR)
Module 2 - Navigating through the Process
5-Phase Planning Process
Public Consultation including for First Nations
Master Plans & the Planning Act
Appeal Mechanism (Part II Order)
Module 3 – Miscellaneous Applications – Practical Exercises
Notices of Completion
Module 4 – Case Studies
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If written cancellation is received 9-3 working days in advance – 50% refund
If written cancellation is received less than 3 working days in advance – No Refund
If payment has not been received at the time of cancellation, an invoice will be issued for the appropriate amount as costs have already been incurred.
If circumstances prevent a previously registered person from attending a course, substitutions are permitted up to and on the day of the event.