The National Aboriginal Lands Managers Association (NALMA) strives to take the leading role on First Nation land and environment management. NALMA works actively toward enhancing technical and professional development through training and education while embracing Aboriginal culture, traditions, and values.
NALMA and COEMRP Education and Training Policy
This policy applies to the delivery of the Professional Lands Management Certification Program and specialized training delivered by both NALMA and the COEMRP. It can be used as a reference guide when completing travel claim forms and for clarifying expenses and eligibility to attend training. The policy supports consistency in decision-making across NALMA/COEMRP units to ensure that training events and issues that arise are addressed as uniformly as possible. This policy is subject to change and is continuously updated by NALMA Board and Staff.
Professional Lands Management Certification Program
NALMA is pleased to offer PLMCP, which meets the existing, emerging and future needs of First Nation Lands Managers, through two levels of learning.
Post Secondary – University of Saskatchewan
Post Secondary – Algoma University
Technical Training – National Aboriginal Lands Managers Association
For additional information about NALMA’s Professional Development opportunities, please contact:
Education and Training Administrator