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  • The Science of Influence: How small became the new BIG

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/25/2015

    When it comes to influencing and persuading others, it is often the smallest changes in our approach that can yield the biggest differences.

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    When it comes to influencing and persuading others, it is often the smallest changes in our approach that can yield the biggest differences. This recorded webinar focuses on the 'rules of persuasion', how subtle changes in how we communicate can impact other's behavior, and how this can boost others' involvement in events, programs, and community initiatives. The university research and 'real world' applications are both compelling and overwhelming - subtle changes in how we communicate and market our programs and services can yield huge dividends, both to our customers and our bottom line.

    Jeff Price

    Business Manager, Everett Parks & Recreation

    Jeff Price has presented on these topics, and related business and leadership development topics, at more than 20 parks and recreation conferences including the keynote this year at California Recreation and Parks Conference, and around the U.S. and Canada. I have presented sessions at the annual conferences for Michigan Recreation & Parks Association, Washington, California (twice), British Columbia, Colorado, Texas (twice), Florida, as examples. I serve with the NRPA Pacific Northwest Region Leadership Network. I have an MBA and have served as an adjunct professor for a university. I have written and have had published 2 articles relating to the subject matter in 2012. One article I wrote for the 2012 WRPA magazine summer edition and another article for the national Parks & Recreation Magazine 2012 July issue (Innovation – The Youngest Master Planners. pg 49).

  • Safe Route to Parks: Growing the Walking Movement

    Contains 3 Component(s), 0.1 credits offered

    When people have the resources to safely walk to parks, every trip taken by foot is an opportunity to engage in physical activity. You will understand the obstacles limiting walkability to parks and learn about the essential elements of a safe route to a park.

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    This archived webinar discusses the keys to ensuring accessibility to parks through creating safe routes to parks within communities. When people have the resources to safely walk to parks, every trip taken by foot is an opportunity to engage in physical activity. You will understand the obstacles limiting walkability to parks and learn about the essential elements of a safe route to a park. Experts share successful efforts currently underway that are improving walkability in communities and creating safer routes to parks.
  • CPRP Practice Exam

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    ​Prepare yourself to sit for the CPRP certification exam by taking the CPRP practice exam!

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    Prepare yourself to sit for the CPRP certification exam by taking the CPRP practice exam! The Practice exam questions are currently based on the previous CPRP exam content outline, but are still relevant and are comparable in style and design to the current CPRP certification exam. Once you first access the practice exam you have 60 days to complete it and unlimited 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.

  • COAPRT- Program Training: Update on the 2013 Standards

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 12/06/2013

    The webinar will focuses 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.

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    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.
  • COAPRT-Program Training: The 2013 Standards

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 12/06/2013

    This webinar focuses on the preparation of the self-study and program documentation addressing the COPART 2013 academic program standards and logistics of hosting an accreditation visit.

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    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.

  • CPSI Practice Exam

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    For help with studying for your upcoming CPSI Exam, this practice exam is a proven aid to help you become more familiar with what to expect from the official exam.

    CPSI LogoThe 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.
  • Assessments and Evaluations

    Contains 4 Component(s), 0.2 credits offered

    How do you determine whether a completed program produced desired outcomes? This course will describe ways to assess the effectiveness of community policy, systems, and environmental change.

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    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.