The Environmental Resources Technology Diploma focuses on natural resource sectors including forestry, fishery enhancement, environmental assessment, mining and grassland ecology. The Envionmental Resources Technology Diploma is the second year of the program following the first year certificate program. Forest Surveys and Environmental Assessment Surveys integrate year one measurement skills into applications that are important for assessing the land base. Courses in Wildlife, Fisheries, Grasslands, Environmental Planning, Watershed Hydrology, and Timber Development give students the theoretical knowledge needed to design and carry out field studies. Upon completion of year two of the program, students are granted an Environmental Resources Technologist Diploma which qualifies students to work within a variety of disciplines including forestry, fisheries, wildlife, environmental monitoring, environmental assessment, and working with communities on helping with environmental projects.