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CPRP Preparation: Communications

The CommunicationsÊ Module provides instruction to professionals on many of the communications aspects of park and recreation including: Internal and external communications, and strategic planning for communications. To receive credit for this course you must view the course in its entirety, pass the lesson quiz questions and complete the final exam. CPRP Communications Module access is valid for 6 months from date of purchase. Access is granted to the consumer only as a limited license and grants that user a non-transferable personal license to access and use the online learning center for the CPRP Communications Module and its content for personal, non-commercial use only. CEU's: 0.1

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CPRP Preparation: Financing

The Finance Module provides instruction to professionals on many of the financial aspects of parks and recreation including: purchasing, budgeting, alternative funding, cash handling practices, together with the collection of financial and operating data. To receive credit for this course you must view the course in its entirety, pass the lesson quiz questions and complete the final exam. CPRP Finance Module access is valid for 6 months from date of purchase. Access is granted to the consumer only as a limited license and grants that user a non-transferable personal license to access and use the online learning center for the CPRP Finance Module and its content for personal, non-commercial use only. CEU's: 0.1

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CPRP Preparation: Human Resources

The Human Resource Module provides instruction to professionals on many of the human resource aspects of parks and recreation including: recruiting, reviewing applications, interviewing, supervising, schedule development , and final recommendations. To receive credit for this course you must view the course in its entirety, pass the lesson quiz questions and complete the final exam. CPRP Human Resource Module access is valid for 6 months from date of purchase. Access is granted to the consumer only as a limited license and grants that user a non-transferable personal license to access and use the online learning center for the CPRP Human Resource Module and its content for personal, non-commercial use only. CEUS': 0.1

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CPRP Preparation: Operations

The Operations Module provides instruction to professionals on many of the operational aspects of park and recreation including: planning, policies and procedures, maintenance standards, information systems, facility/area supervision, customer service, partnerships and monitoring contractors and concessionaires. To receive credit for this course you must view the course in its entirety, pass the lesson quiz questions and complete the final exam. CPRP Operations Module access is valid for 6 months from date of purchase. Access is granted to the consumer only as a limited license and grants that user a non-transferable personal license to access and use the online learning center for the CPRP Operations Module and its content for personal, non-commercial use only. CEU's: 0.1

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CPRP Preparation: Programming

The Programming Module provides instruction to professionals on many of the programming aspects of parks and recreation including: creating and supervising programs, facilitating programs, marketing programs, evaluating participant satisfaction, performing participant assessments, maintaining relationships, developing league schedules, and reporting requirements. To receive credit for this course you must view the course in its entirety, pass the lesson quiz questions and complete the final exam. CPRP Programming Module access is valid for 6 months from date of purchase. Access is granted to the consumer only as a limited license and grants that user a non-transferable personal license to access and use the online learning center for the CPRP Programming Module and its content for personal, non-commercial use only. CEU's: 0.1

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Creative and Equitable Policy and Funding for Greener Parks

How does policy discourage or encourage communities from using green infrastructure to improve equity and quality of life? The third webinar of the Greener Parks for Health series will build off NRPA's Greener Parks for Health Policy Action Framework, to showcase how policy and funding at the federal, state and local levels shape green infrastructure development in parks. This webinar will navigate the current policy landscape around green infrastructure and highlight the opportunities for local governments to expand green infrastructure in parks as a way to benefit communities.

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Designing the Great Park That Everyone Deserves

In 2017, NRPA unveiled "Because Everyone Deserves a Great Park" as the new organizational tagline. But how do you define a "great park"? A park considered great by one community could be considered mediocre by another. There can be many characteristics of a great park, including state-of-the-art equipment, access to nature, inclusive opportunities, or just a quiet place to think. During this webinar, three preeminent park designers will discuss how you can assess the parks in your community, as well as the design principles, cultural influences and emerging trends for designing the next great park.

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Diversity and Cultural Awareness

Diversity and cultural awareness explores the importance of developing a diverse, equitable, and ethical workplace. To instill an innovative and progressive workplace, it is important that leaders consider how to instill diversity into the organizational culture. This course will cover the following four areas:

  • Defining culture, diversity, and inclusion;

· Designing an inclusive environment for your organization both internally and externally;

  • Managing community outreach; and
  • Creating an ethical organization.

This course is one component of NRPA’s Leadership Certificate Program.

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EPACT: Your COVID-19 Response

During the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, park and recreation departments have had to make changes to processes, programming and facilities to protect their community members and staff. The "new normal" means ensuring all processes align with guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as state and local governments to keep everyone safe! Join us for this 60-minute webinar, in which we will explore how ePACT can help with your COVID-19 response and provide you with tools to diminish contact and promote physical distancing.

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Equity in Essential Services

Learn how park and recreation professionals support the needs of the most vulnerable by providing essential services within their communities. Across the nation, park and recreation professional support the needs of the most vulnerable by meeting them where they are to address challenges to homelessness, food insecurity and stigma. Now, that same innovation and strength is being used to address challenges specific to the global COVID-19 pandemic on a local level, demonstrating to all how essential the field of parks and recreation is.

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