We know that today's park and recreation professionals want to reach their professional goals through education that fits their lifestyles, whether through classroom training, conference education events or fully online. NRPA supports the membership by providing an array of online learning opportunities. Tailored educational courses are offered in the following areas:
If you wish to view and search a full listing of our online learning offerings, please check out the online learning catalog.
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2019 STEAM / Design Thinking BundleContains 3 Product(s)
Look no further to learn ways to add variety into your programming! These NRPA 2019 Annual Conference topics discuss how to incorporate technology, STEAM, partnerships and climate change into your programs.
Living STEAM Laboratories, Mitigating/Adapting to Climate ChangeContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits
Recording NRPA Live Stream Event! Join us for an interactive discussion for Parks & Recreation professionals designed to jumpstart “Living Laboratory” programs within their agencies. These programs showcase the innovative ways parks and their partners can adapt to the world’s environmental issues and raise conservation awareness.
2019 Climate Resiliency BundleContains 3 Product(s)
This bundle provides valuable steps and tools to increase your community's resilience. Hear from NRPA 2019 Annual Conference speakers how they have (and you can too!), demonstrated that their role in community resilience is critical.
The Vision and the Visual: Creative/Artist Partnerships in Parks and RecreationContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits
Learn from three Parks and Recreation professionals in how including artists in the process of creating programs or facility planning can lead to new and unexpected successes.
How to use Public Parks to Improve Climate, Health, and Equity OutcomesContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits
Join this NRPA Live recorded session as urban parks leaders from across the country will discuss how they are using parks, trails, and greenspaces to help cities address the challenges posed by a warming climate.
Responding to Disaster; The Role of Parks and RecreationContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits
Join us to hear the goals of the Operation Recreation Response initiative include helping agencies proactively develop capacity to natural disasters through better management practices.
NRPA 2017 Conference Conservation BundleContains 3 Product(s)
This is as bundle of 3 sessions recorded from the NRPA 2017 Annual Conference on the topic of "Conservation." Included in this package are the following sessions: Conservation Partnerships for Parks & Recreation, The Ecological Age: Ushering a New Age for Parks in the Face of Climate Change, and Wildlife Management in a Public Park Setting: Managing the Sometimes Unmanageable.
NRPA 2017 Conference Planning BundleContains 3 Product(s)
This is as bundle of 3 sessions recorded from the NRPA 2017 Annual Conference on the topic of "Planning." Included in this package are the following sessions: Water Wisdom: Planning, Designing and Maintaining Water Play Destinations, City of New Orleans: Strategic Urban Water Management and Recreation Opportunities, and How to Portray the Value of Trails in Your Community
NRPA 2017 Conference Social Equity BundleContains 4 Product(s)
This is as bundle of 4 sessions recorded from the NRPA 2017 Annual Conference on the topic of "Social Equity." Included in this package are the following sessions: Build a 21st Century Diverse Workforce and Inclusive Work Environment at Your Agency Today, Inclusive Outreach for Equitable Results: Using a Logic Model for the Get Moving Initiative, Public-Private Park Partnerships to Achieve Healthy Equity, and Innovative Strategies to Connect Communities to Nature.
Innovative Strategies to Connect Communities to NatureContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/28/2017
NRPA, in collaboration with National League of Cities and the Children & Nature Network, will discuss innovative and replicable strategies parks can employ to create meaningful connections between the outdoors and communities. With a focus on equitable access, participants will have the opportunity to discuss barriers and discover field-tested tools and collaborative strategies that maximize benefits for whole communities.
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