Certification - It's the Professional Thing to
For a beginning to mid-level professional the Certified Park
and Recreation Professional (CPRP) is the national standard for all parks
and recreation professionals who want to be at the forefront of their
profession. It’s more than just letters after your name – it’s an
investment in your career that demonstrates your practical knowledge and
that you have the current real-world skills necessary in today’s changing
park and recreation environment.
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Test Your Park & Recreation Knowledge
following question is a sample Certified Park and Recreation Professional
(CPRP) exam question.
Q. A park and recreation professional wants to expand a program to a new target market. To accomplish this, the professional must be able to determine the market's
A. accessibility, size and measurability.
B. liability, security and insurability.
C. race, age and gender.
D. income, mobility and scheduling.
A. (A) accessibility, size and measurability.