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Volunteer Training

Training Manuals and Confidentiality Agreement

All volunteers are asked to read the following Volunteer Training Manuals.

Volunteer Orientation Manual

Volunteer Training Manual  

After reviewing the Bruce Trail Conservancy Volunteer Confidentiality Policy (pg. 10 of the Volunteer Training Manual), please use this link to complete the confidentiality agreement form:  Bruce Trail Conservancy Volunteer Confidentiality Agreement


Click here to do a short quiz about the Bruce Trail Conservancy

Other Volunteer Resources

BTC Google Drive

To access the BTC Google Drive, please contact Jackie Randle at for log in instructions. 

Volunteer Education Webinars

Making Outdoor Spaces Safe and Welcoming for All

Watch the Bruce Trail Conservancy's volunteer education webinar led by Ashoo Anand of Credit Valley Conservation, discussing diversity and inclusion within conservation and outdoor spaces and removing barriers to making outdoor spaces inclusive to all: Webinar Recording - March 25, 2021

Gchi-Bimadinaa / The Great Cliff That Runs Along

Watch the Bruce Trail Conservancy's latest volunteer education webinar led by Plenty Canada Senior Advisor Tim Johnson and Executive Director Larry McDermott, exploring Indigenous conservation philosophies and practices, the establishment of Indigenous legacy spaces along and near the Bruce Trail in Niagara, and the partnership between Plenty Canada and the BTC. Webinar Recording - February 23, 2022

AODA Training Resources and Policy

The Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC) is committed to treating all people in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence. The BTC believes in integration and equal opportunity. It is committed to meeting the needs of people with disabilities in a timely manner, and will do so by meeting accessibility requirements and preventing and removing barriers to accessibility, as required by the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

Click here for the Accessible Ontario Disability Act training information webpage.