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2016 Advocacy Package

This bundle includes four 2016 sessions that covered a range of advocacy topics at the NRPA annual conference. Included in this bundle are the following courses: - The Future of Parks: A Recipe for Success - Counting What Counts, Using Data to Drive Real Change - Stories and Statistics: Understanding Homelessness in Our Parks and Cities - Cultivating an Exceptional Relationship With Those that Govern You CEU: 0.4
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$100.00
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$130.00
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2016 Programming Package

This bundle includes four 2016 sessions that covered a range of programming topics at the NRPA annual conference. Included in this bundle are the following courses: - Recreation Programming Hacks - Special Events, The Do's, The Don'ts, the Maybe's - Connecting Youth With Nature: Environmental Awareness Through Leave No Trace - The Good, Bad, and Ugly in Youth Sports CEU: 0.4
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2016 Special Topics Package

This bundle includes four 2016 sessions that covered a range of special topics at the NRPA annual conference. Included in this bundle are the following courses: - LGBTQ 101 for Recreation Professionals - Zika - Stories and Statistics: Understanding Homelessness in our Parks and Cities - Integrating Long-Term Operations and Maintenance into Your Design Process CEU: 0.4
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25th Anniversary of the ADA - Where Do We Stand?

NRPA Live 2015 Annual Conference Session. As the ADA celebrates its 25th anniversary, look back at the law and its impact. In this recorded session learners will review the law, its initial intentions and its continued development. This session will also provide practical implementation through real life conditions at the Chicago Park District and encounters they faced coming into compliance. Learners will come away with the ability to articulate how to implement their own Transition Plans including policy and procedures. CEUS: 0.1
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$25.00
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$33.00
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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. CEUs: 0.0
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ADA 2008: a Legal Overview

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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ADA: Using the law to Determine Accessibility

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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Advancing Racial Equity in Parks and Recreation

Across the country, public servants grapple to redefine government. Park and recreation agencies are uniquely positioned to lead the development of a more inclusive democracy, transform government, and advance racial equity. To do so effectively, we need a common understanding of terminology, including equity, implicit and explicit bias and individual, institutional and structural racism, and we need to be able to develop and implement effective strategies. This will be an interactive and engaging learning experience with a focus on specific tools that will provide a common foundation for our work to advance racial equity. CEUs: 0.2
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$66.00
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Americans' Passion for Local Parks: Important New Evidence

This presentation reviews a recent Penn State/NRPA study that finds that Americans cherish their local public park and recreation services, seeing them as valuable features of their communities, towns and cities. In fact, Americans almost unanimously agree that their communities benefit from their local public parks, even if they themselves are not regular park users. This passion for local public parks has gone unabated during the past 25 years even as our nation and the ways we interact and entertain each other have dramatically evolved. The presentation reviews the study's key findings and discusses how to use the results to Make the Case for parks in your community. CEU's: 0.1
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Americans' Use & Perceptions of Local P&R Services

NRPA Live 2015 Annual Conference Session. In this recorded conference session you will learn to what extent Americans utilize and value park and recreation services and how attitudes have changed over the last twenty years. This session presents findings from a national survey of Americans' use and perceptions of local parks and recreation. You will be presented with the benefits both park and recreation users and non-users believe to be important and be able to identify which funding levels residents are willing to pay for these services. CEUs: 0.1
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