As a manager, Earl Belcourt has worked in various phases of installation on major projects, compressor stations and shutdowns. Earl has supervised up to 72 personnel, working through a management team comprising of two of General Foreman and six Foreman. Earl has been a chairperson of the Safety Committee, acting as a Safety Auditor for shutdowns. Earl performed a wide range of technical/instrumental duties involving pipeline, plant maintenance and facility construction projects. Earl is excellent at trouble shooting and problem solving by quickly identifying and resolving construction and technical operational difficulties that may or may not arise.
Material Handling Specialist
KCD Consulting Incorporated is an Aboriginal owned and operated consulting company that was established based on the following mission statement: “to assist Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal organizations and clients meet their full potential in the areas of human resources, project development, marketing, and strategic planning.”
KCD Consulting Incorporated was established by President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mr. Keith Henry to provide organizations and clients with a variety of management support services. President and CEO Mr. Keith Henry has significant experience working with a variety of Non-Profit organizations and Aboriginal communities for the past 10 years. President and CEO Mr. Henry has successfully administered significant revenues (estimated at over 100 million) in Federal, Provincial, and private stakeholder resources and has gained tremendous knowledge through these experiences.
Joe Desjarlais - Partner at NORTHWEST TRAIL CONSULTING
Contact NTC if you require:
A. strategic planning for corporations or aboriginal groups in sustainable aboriginal-private sector partnerships.
B. liaison/mediation services for corporations or aboriginal groups initiating partnerships or finding challenges within existing relations.
C. Educational services: sensitivity training for companies who wish to engage or who are finding existing challenges in engaging aboriginal peoples; facilitate community planning for aboriginal groups who wish to gather, disseminate, and integrate traditional knowledge of ways of being into their communities.