Prepare for CAPRA Accreditation – Basics and Standards

What is Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA)? What does it mean to become CAPRA accredited? Participate in this eight-part series — whether you are a professional or represent an agency — to learn the answers to these questions and more. Information covered will help park and recreation professionals prepare to participate in the CAPRA process. This series will cover a general overview of CAPRA and the accreditation process; guidelines for creating your self-assessment report and collecting your evidence of compliance; volunteer responsibilities and ways to get involved in CAPRA; detailed information on the 10 sections of the CAPRA National Accreditation Standards; and a list of resources to help you along the way.

Learning Objectives

Following this series, learners will be able to:

  1. Understand the mission and benefits of CAPRA accreditation and identify the team roles in the CAPRA accreditation process.
  2. Determine all sections of the online self-assessment report and establish best practices for completing and submitting your report.
  3. Review all 10 sections of the CAPRA National Accreditation Standards and pinpoint the fundamental standards in each of these sections.
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