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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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$100.00
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$130.00
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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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$100.00
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$130.00
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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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$100.00
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$130.00
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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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$50.00
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$65.00
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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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$50.00
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$65.00
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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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$50.00
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$65.00
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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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$75.00
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$94.00
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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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$25.00
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$33.00
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