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Achieve Change in Your Community!

This 30-minute course serves as the foundation for the series of courses. It includes the purpose of the ACHIEVE program. The course teaches the basic concepts to implement a coordinated chronic disease prevention and health promotion plan through policies, systems, and environmental change strategies at a community level. Upon course completion, participants will understand the basis for ACHIEVE and, through specific examples used by other communities, be able to apply knowledge, tools, and skills to make their agency a catalyst for change
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AFO Prep Course

The Aquatic Facility Operator (AFO) Prep course covers circulation, filtration, water chemistry and testing, sanitation, chemical types and trouble shooting, and an overview of the math and chemistry that is covered in the AFO course. Take this course to prepare for an upcoming AFO class, certification exam, or just as a quick overview for staff working in or managing aquatic facilities. CEUs: 0.4
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Americans with Disabilities Act of 2008: a Legal Overview E

Learn about the 2008 amendments to the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act where the term “disability” is redefined. This course will assist professionals in determining their program’s and facility’s compliance with the ADA. CEUs: 0.
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Americans with Disabilities Act: Using the law to Determin

Determine if your program or facility is in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This course includes two video lectures covering four cases, two from the 9th Circuit court of appeals. CEUs: 0.4
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Assessments and Evaluations

This two-hour course is designed for all learners and focuses on determining whether a completed program produced desired outcomes. Learners will cover basic outcome, assessment, and evaluation principals used to measure the effectiveness of community policy, systems, and environmental change strategies that impact health, wellness, and livability. Upon course completion, learners will be able to: Define terminology and concepts related to assessment, Identify assessment methods, Retrieve ready-made data sets, and Use other mastered skills to complete program assessments and identify ways to interpret results.Free without exam.
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Assessments and Evaluations Exam

This is the exam for the Assessment and Evaluation Course. Please register for the free Assessment and Evaluation Course before taking the exam. Upon completion of the exam you will earn 0.2 CEU credits.
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Athletic Field Maintenance

Learn the proper techniques and best practices needed to keep your agency’s athletic fields safe, usable, and attractive. This course is an excellent resource for maintenance staff, landscapers, and facility managers. CEUs: 0.2
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Behavior Management

Behavioral problems are a common challenge in youth development programs that can distract from a program reaching its goal of providing healthy, safe, and secure environments for all participants. This course will provide fundamental best practices, principles, and tools to those recreation professionals working with youth in recreation settings. CEUs: 0.2
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Boating and Fishing Best Practices

Created in partnership with the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation (RBFF), this course provides park and recreation professionals the resources they need to facilitate safe, enjoyable participation in boating and fishing activities in their community
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Budget S-T-R-E-T-C-H-E-R

Park and Recreation agencies continue to suffer funding gaps and reductions in workforce causing programs, events, and classes to suffer. Learn how teen and adult volunteers can help fill that gap. Bridge funding gaps and retain events and programs through proven techniques in recruitment and retention of teen and adult volunteers. Through this course learners will: (1) Identify ways to bridge budget and program gaps utilizing teen and adult volunteers. (2) Create and sustain a budget saving, top level volunteer program. (3) Analyze and improve a new or existing volunteer program. Upon completion of the exam you will earn 0.1 CEU credits.
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Camp Administration

Developed in partnership with the American Camp Association, this course provides youth leaders, including camp counselors and after school program staff, with an understanding of the challenges and opportunities of their role, and important information regarding best practices in training, preparation, communication, and leadership. CEUs: 0.3
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Certified Playground Safety Inspector (CPSI) Practice Exam

The CPSI Practice Exam is a proven aid in helping to master material covered on the CPSI certification exam and to help you become more familiar with the exam system and testing style. The CPSI Practice Exam should be used as a study tool to help ensure you have a clear understanding of what to expect from the CPSI exam, as well as the content that will be covered on the examination. Utilizing the CPSI Practice Exam significantly improves your chances for success of the actual CPSI Exam.
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Certified Playground Safety Inspector Prep Course Bundle

The CPSI Prep Course Bundle includes five online modules which will help prepare an individual to take the Certified Playground Safety Inspector Examination. The bundle includes four Playground Safety Courses: Playground Equipment Online Course Module, Playground Surfacing Online Course Module, Playground Hazard Identification Online Course Module, Playground Safety Management Online Course Module, as well as, the CPSI Practice Test.
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COAPRT - Program Training: The 2013 Standards

The Council on Accreditation of Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Related Professions (COAPRT) adopted new academic program standards on January 1, 2013. This webinar is designed specifically to train a minimum of one faculty representative of programs scheduled for accreditation/re-accreditation within the next two years. The webinar will focus on preparation of the self-study and all program documentations addressing the COAPRT 2013 academic program standards and the logistics of hosting an accreditation visit. All prospective visitors are required to attend a COAPRT training regardless of the date of their most recent training. Programs scheduled for accreditation/re-accreditation within the next two years are required to have a minimum of one faculty member complete COAPRT training.
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Communicating In a Time of Crisis

Developed in partnership with the American Camp Association, this course provides youth leaders, including camp counselors and after school program staff, with the information they need to respond in safe, appropriate manners to unexpected events and crises. Learn how to prepare in advance by developing a crisis response team and proper procedures for reporting and responding to crises.
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Community Health Marketing the Role of Parks and Recreation

This one-hour course will discuss ways to identify a target audience, determine what is important to the audience, and show the learner how to make a marketing message relevant through specific crafting and imaging ideas. In addition to traditional marketing solutions and new marketing trends, this course will also address the uses and successful examples of social marketing for health. After completing the course, learners will be better equipped to communicate the essential role of parks and recreation in their community. Free without exam. Free withpurchase with exam for 0.1 CEU credit
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Community Health: Marketing the Role of Parks & Rec Exam

This is the exam for the Community Health: Marketing the Role of Parks and Recreation. Please register for the free Community Health: Marketing the Role of Parks and Recreation Course before taking the exam. Upon completion of the exam you will earn 0.1 CEU Credits.
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Comprehensive Planning for Healthy Communities

This three-hour course is designed for anyone interested in ensuring the longevity of health, wellness, and livability in their community. One of the most important aspects of making policy, systems, and environmental changes that will be successful and lasting is to make those changes within the context of a well-considered, long-range plan. This training will provide participants with the tools and expertise necessary to craft a long-rang plan.
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Comprehensive Planning for Healthy Communities Exam

This is the exam for the Comprehensive Planning for Healthy Communities. Please register for the free Comprehensive Planning for Healthy Communities Course before taking the exam. . Upon completion of the exam you will earn 0.3 CEu Credits
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Connecting Children with Nature

This course is designed to educate professionals working with youth in educational or recreational settings, as well as concerned citizens, on the root causes of “nature-deficit disorder,” the health and social risks of this problem, the best practices for helping children to bond with nature and enjoy unstructured outdoor play, and the current organizations involved in reversing this unhealthy trend. CEUs: 0.3
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Copyright Liability: Considerations for Public Agencies Hos

Learn about copyright liability and determine if your agency is responsible for obtaining a license to legally host musical performances. This course will assist park and recreation agencies in determining federal copyright liability for the public performance of unlicensed music under the Copyright Act of 1976 and how this law applies to various programs and events. CEUs: 0.3
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CPRP Finance Module

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 12 months from date of purchase, and available for 21 days from launch. 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.
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CPRP Human Resource Module

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 12 months from date of purchase, and available for 21 days from launch. 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.
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CPRP Operations Module

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 12 months from date of purchase, and available for 21 days from launch. 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.
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CPRP Practice Exam

NEWLY UPDATED! Prepare yourself to sit for the CPRP certification exam by taking the CPRP practice exam! The Practice exam questions have been updated for the new CPRP exam content outline and are comparable in style and design to the new CPRP certification exam content areas. Once you purchase the practice exam you have 21 days to complete it and three opportunities to pass it. You will receive both the correct and incorrect answers to the questions you answer so that you will be informed as to what areas you may need to concentrate on when preparing for the CPRP exam.
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CPRP Prep Course Bundle

The Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) Preparatory Course supplies professionals with the most effective CPRP certification preparation. The CPRP Online Prep Course is designed as an intensive review program for professionals seeking the CPRP certification. The CPRP Prep Course Bundle includes the Programming Module, Human Resource Module, Finance Module, Operations Module, and the CPRP Practice Exam. CPRP Prep Course access is valid for 12 months from date of purchase, and available for 21 days from launch. 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 prep course and its content for personal, non-commercial use only. CEU: 0.4
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CPRP Programming Module

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 12 months from date of purchase, and available for 21 days from launch. 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: 0.1
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Cultural Competency

This two-hour course focuses on developing the learner’s understanding of cultural expectations and the importance of cultural competency when making policy, systems, and environmental changes to impact health, wellness, and livability in a community.
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Cultural Competency Exam

This is the exam for the Cultural Competency Course. Please register for the free Cultural Competency Course before taking the exam. Upon completion of the exam you will earn 0.2 CEU credits.
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Customer Service Bundle

This bundle includes 3 courses: Customer Service, Behavior Management and Communicating During a Time in Crisis.
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Customer Service Excellence

A large part of the park and recreation field is dealing with people, from your park patrons to the parents of the children in your youth program. Be prepared with the basic tools, techniques, and strategies needed to provide good customer service. This course covers the variety of settings and populations encountered by park and recreation professionals to provide both best practices and specific strategies for dealing with difficult people. CEUs: 0.1
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Environmental Bundle

This bundle includes 3 courses: Sustaining Site Development, Connecting Children with Nature and Environmental Stewardship.
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Environmental Stewardship

This course covers all of the fundamental information essential to park and recreation professionals interested in engaging in and promoting environmental stewardship in their communities. This course covers the three core pillars of environmental stewardship, including: providing leadership for sustainable communities, promoting sustainable landscapes, and fostering the next generation of stewards. CEUs: 0.3
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Fundraising Strategies

This course teaches fundamental best practices and principles of effective and strategic fundraising for park and recreation agencies. The focus is on the process of successful solicitation from private sources of funds, particularly foundations and corporations, and is appropriate for professionals tasked with revenue development and creative partnerships. CEUs: 0.2
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Health Disparities Across Demographics

In order to successfully provide health services to communities, it is critical that park and recreation agencies recognize the gap in the quality of healthcare and health that exists across racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, and sexual orientation groups. Upon completion of this course, participants will learn, understand, and identify different health disparities and equity issues related to many demographic groups. This one-hour course is designed for all audiences.
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Health Disparities Across Demographics Exam

This is the exam for the Health Disparities Across Demographics Course. Please register for the free Health Disparities Across Demographics Course before taking the exam. Upon completion of the exam you will earn 0.1 CEU credits.
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Introduction to Inclusive Recreation

Inclusive recreation is essential to the community and those involved. Know the fundamental information needed to understand the purpose, best practices, and long-term benefits of inclusive recreation. This course will cover the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and the history and definitions of inclusive recreation. You will also receive a strong introduction to effective behavior management and learn the roles staff will play in implementing this new initiative. CEUs: 0.2
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Maintenance Management

Better manage your agencies’ needs by creating or refining your maintenance management plan. Learn the best practices in cataloging and assessing your maintenance activities. Park and recreation professionals will learn the categories of maintenance and the time allotment for each, how to quantify work using a maintenance matrix, and how to create a schedule for yearly, monthly, and daily tasks. This course is appropriate for professionals tasked with managing an agency’s maintenance program and developing or providing input for a maintenance budget plan. CEUs: 0.3
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Management Bundle

This bundle includes 4 courses. Rick Management, Maintenance management, Next Steps:Inclusive Recreation Planning and Fundraising
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Next Steps: Inclusive Recreation Planning

Creating a successful inclusive-recreation service is essential to any community. Learn how to plan and develop your service, and get the support from your administration to better assist your whole community. This course will review the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and definitions, and will also give you an introduction to program adaptation, best practices, funding sources, training your staff, and engaging your community. CEUs: 0.3
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Playground Equipment Online Course Module

This CPSI course identifies safety guidelines for play equipment in all areas of public use. Areas covered include: the six key areas of consideration by the CPSC for playground planning; the access and egress criteria for elevated equipment; the fall prevention criteria for guard rails and barriers; the safety criteria for platforms, landings, walkways and roofs; the dimensions, clearance, and other requirements for slides and swings; and the safety guidelines for limbers, upper body equipment, seesaws, merry-go-rounds, and other equipment.
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Playground Hazard Identification Online Course Module

This Certified Playground Safety Inspector (CPSI) course provides proven methods for identifying and testing for general playground hazards; protrusion or entanglement hazards; head, neck, crush, or shear hazards; and hazards presented by suspended components. Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to: identify general playground hazards; identify the types of equipment not recommended for public playgrounds; explain the difference between a risk and a hazard; and apply the proper test methods to determine playground hazards.
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Playground Safety Management Online Course Module

This Certified Playground Safety Inspector (CPSI) course teaches those responsible for the design, care and operation of public playgrounds the aspects necessary to develop a comprehensive playground safety program. The course cover the elements of a playground risk management plan, how to establish a playground safety policy; identify the duties and responsibilities of a playground safety coordinator; describe the differences between an audit and a safety inspection; identify the elements of the Hazard Priority Classification.
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Playground Surfacing Online Course Module

This Certified Playground Safety Inspector (CPSI) course teaches the importance of playground surfacing and the differences between surfacing materials. Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to: explain the need for impact attenuating surfacing and how the surfacing material is tested or rated; determine fall heights and describe their implications for design; define “critical height” and its relationship to equipment fall height; define the appropriate use zones for playground equipment; and identify accessible routes of travel on a playground.
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Risk Management

Creating a comprehensive risk-management plan is essential for any park and recreation agency. Learn the fundamentals, terminology, best practices, and guidelines for creating and improving risk management plans. CEUs: 0.4
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Sports Coach & Post Injury Liability Package

Learn about the Sports Coach and Post Injury Liability from James C. Kozlowski, J.D., Ph.D. This course will assist professionals in determining the level of care due to participants. CEUs: 0.4
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Sustainable Sites Development Principles

This course is designed to educate park and public land professionals on the principles and best practices of developing and maintaining landscapes as sustainable sites. The course provides examples and real-world case studies of these principles in action, as well as downloadable content. CEUs: 0.2
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Understanding Health, Wellness & Livability Exam

This is the exam for the Understanding Health, Wellness and Livability in Your Community Course. Please register for the free Understanding Health, Wellness and Livability in Your Community Course before taking the exam. Upon completion of the exam you will earn 0.1 CEU credits.
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Understanding Health, Wellness & Livability in Your Comm

Understanding Health, Wellness & Livability in Your Community is a one-hour course appropriate for all audience levels but is geared toward those working directly with citizens and community groups. Course participants will learn terminology and concepts of the policy, systems, and environmental change model, and its relation to the park and recreation profession.
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