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A Layered Approach to Aquatics Staff Training

Join this 2020 Virtual session to learn about a creative and layered approach to aquatics staff training that is delivered in a variety of formats, and offered to a variety of team members.

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Active Inclusion: Adaptations and Supports

How can park and recreation professionals best identify what adaptations are needed for individuals with disabilities to access and benefit from recreation? Join this conversation with staff from the Northwest Special Recreation Association to learn how active inclusion is essential to positive recreation experiences for people with a variety of ability levels.

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An Inside Look At the Signs of Substance Misuse

This webinar will provide education and awareness surrounding drug use, ways different drugs can be hidden, related signs and symptoms, and how to have a conversation about suspected usage. We will also discuss policies and procedures that can be implemented in the park and recreation setting. Information about the "Hidden in Plain Sight" training, a valuable resource to the field, will be shared with participants as well.

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An Insider Look at EPA Resources for Parks

Interested in green infrastructure? Join members from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and NRPA to learn about federal funding and other resources that can support green infrastructure projects in local parks. Participate to get updates, hear more about helpful resources, and have your questions answered on the assistance available to you and your organization!

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April Premier: 2024 On-Demand education Talk

This on-demand education talk will be released on the first Monday of the month unless otherwise noted. Each month's virtual subscription Talk will be available for registration in advance, but the contents themselves will go live during the month of release. NRPA's virtual education Talks feature knowledgeable subject matter experts presenting on timely insights from research and practice. Each Talk is approximately 45 minutes to one hour long and is worth 0.1 CEU.

CEU's: 0.1

Date of Live Event: First Monday in April 2024

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Arts & Culture to Support, Engage & Celebrate Diverse Youth

Join us as we explore how park and recreation professionals can use arts and culture to support and engage youth of diverse backgrounds and experiences - including youth of color, LGBTQ+ youth, and those with varying mental, social and physical abilities.

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August Premier: 2024 On-Demand education Talk

This on-demand education talk will be released on the first Monday of the month unless otherwise noted. Each month's virtual subscription Talk will be available for registration in advance, but the contents themselves will go live during the month of release. NRPA's virtual education Talks feature knowledgeable subject matter experts presenting on timely insights from research and practice. Each Talk is approximately 45 minutes to one hour long and is worth 0.1 CEU.

CEU's: 0.1

Date of Live Event: First Monday of August 2024

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Best Practices for Achieving Greener Parks

In the last installment of the four-part Greener Parks for Health webinar series, NRPA will examine key opportunities for park and recreation leaders to advance green infrastructure in parks as a tool to improve community well-being and address climate impacts. You will hear from communities across the country about how they are investing in greener parks through policy and best practice.

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Best Practices for an Accessible Virtual Presentation

This on-demand talk will provide viewers with tools and resources to make their virtual presentations more accessible to audiences with and without disabilities. This is relevant to learners, because it is important to ensure all community members have a seat at the table in programs and events. A step toward ensuring that all have a seat at the table is making sure that the delivery of programs is, in fact, accessible to all users/viewers/participants.

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