Wildlife Danger Tree Assessor's Courses
- Please contact UNBC Continuing Studies if you need to update your contact information.
The Wildlife Tree Committee is responsible for coordinating and developing Wildlife/Danger Tree Assessor’s courses for the province. The courses are delivered through the University of Northern B.C. (UNBC). Each is a two-day course that includes a mix of classroom and field exercises, and qualifying exams.
Please review the The Wildlife / Dangerous Tree Assessor Course Administrative Standards (PDF, 209 KB) for a description of the standards and procedures for certification as a Wildlife / Dangerous Tree Assessor.
- Read more about the courses:
- Forest Activities Module *New as of May 2022*
- Parks and Recreation Module
- Wildland Fire Safety Module
Course materials are developed as a partnership between the B.C. government and the University of Northern B.C.
Wildland Fire Safety
- Wildlife / Dangerous Tree Assessor's Course Workbook: Wildland Fire Safety Module (6.9 MB PDF) *New March 2020 Version*
- Safety Bulletin: Switching to Orange Danger Tree Ribbon (373 KB, PDF)
- Errata Note (PDF, 52.6 KB)
- Field Cards (PDF, 245 KB)
Parks & Recreation
Forest Activities Module (New) - Formerly Forest Harvesting & Silviculture
- Memo to Wildlife Dangerous Tree Assessors: Introducing the New Forest Activities Module (PDF, 259 KB) *New as of May 2022*
- Forest Activities Handbook (PDF, 7.4 MB) *New as of May 2022*
- Wildlife/Danger Trees Awareness: A Safety Guide for Logging Operations (PDF, 620 KB)
- Dangerous Tree Management - High Stem Density (Silviculture Activities) (PDF, 837 KB)
- Memo to Wildlife/Danger Tree Assessors: Assessing Worksite Perimeters (PDF, 1.1 MB)
- Managing Wildlife Dangerous Trees in Silviculture (PDF, 2566 KB)