Virtual Event Archives
NRPA is dedicated to providing high quality and relevant education in a timely and convenient manner. Listed here are archived video recordings of our virtual events available for you to watch at your convenience. More recent virtual events are available through
our catalog to register for and view. We make an effort to maintain only the most recent recordings in this catalog, so if you would like to request a recording from an event conducted more than one year ago, please contact OnlineLearning@nrpa.org.
2021 Premier Webinar SubscriptionContains 5 Product(s)
Subscribe to the 2021 Premier Webinar Series and be instantly registered for any premier discounted webinar that we offer for all of 2021 with continued access to the archived recordings and materials.
How to Advocate for Your Agency and Federal Relief FundingContains 2 Component(s)
This webinar will introduce professionals to NRPA’s public policy and advocacy team, provide an outline of advocacy priorities, and identify how park and recreation professionals can take advantage of federal relief funding through the American Rescue Plan.
Calling All NRPA Members: Let’s Discuss Summer Camps!Contains 2 Component(s)
Join this summer camp planning webinar that will provide NRPA members with a unique, online format that pairs education with an opportunity to network. The networking webinar — an NRPA member-only benefit — features short presentations followed by group discussions to support summer camp development.
COVID-19 Pandemic and Vaccine: Applying an Equity LensContains 3 Component(s)
Experts in science, research and public health join us to discuss the current status of the pandemic. Attend this webinar to hear about vaccine options, reasons people may be hesitant to get the vaccine, current challenges to implementation, and roles parks and recreation can play in ensuring equitable access to underserved communities. Presented in partnership by NRPA and the American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration.
Impact Your Career, Impact Your Community; Become a CPRPContains 2 Component(s)
Looking to advance in your career? This free webinar will show you how easy it is to become a Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP).
Intentionality in Aquatics — Dodge, Dip, Duck and DodgeContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits
Listen to our experts as they talk about the importance of approaching staffing, change management, and diversity with intention. This aquatics discussion will offer all professionals insight on how to approach your day with intention, even during today’s fast-paced and ever-changing environment. This session is eligible for 0.1 CEU and qualifies for AFO Group B credit.
Balancing Safety, Community and Financial SustainabilityContains 2 Component(s)
Recovery is top of mind in 2021, especially given the tumultuous events of the previous year. How will we re-engage our communities, rebuild our teams and safely deliver programs, while ensuring financial sustainability?
Health Equity in Parks and Recreation: Framework for ActionContains 2 Component(s)
This webinar will provide participants with an overview of the NRPA Health Equity framework and guidance for its application within park and recreation programs and services.
Building a Well-Defined Organizational CultureContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
We all hear references to organizational culture, but what is it, really? How is it defined, how is it built, and how does it evolve and adapt to change? This session will dive into these questions and will assist in demystifying the establishment of culture in your organization and will provide you with tools you can use to build a well-defined culture in your organization.
Environmental Maintenance: Global Impact and Your AgencyContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits
This webinar will provide information to help park and recreation professionals make decisions and choose products and improved practices that benefit the environment and support positive impacts on your agency, your community and the world.
Public Relations: Communicating More with LessContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
Throughout the pandemic many park and recreation professionals have had to communicate more information with less — less people, less time and less resources. Explore how the pandemic has impacted communications for the field and the tools and strategies park and recreation professionals are using to continue disseminating important information with less resources.
Growing Partnerships: Local Agency-Foundation RelationshipsContains 2 Component(s)
Participate in a review and discussion of a recently commissioned, NRPA study that provides a better understanding of the relationship between local park and recreation agencies and nonprofit foundations. The discussion will focus on what leads to effective and sustainable partnerships.
Why Farmers Markets are Essential for Community CohesionContains 2 Component(s)
Farmers markets are uniquely positioned to act as incubators of businesses, places for civic engagement, and drivers of increased regional economy, all while supporting access to fresh, healthy foods. Learn how positioning markets and parks and recreation together creates a powerful link to community well-being.
Great Expectations: Can Revenue Goals and Equity Co-Exist?Contains 2 Component(s)
In this session, develop and understand approaches that can be implemented to produce recreation programs that meet cost-recovery goals and, at the same time, address equity by considering market conditions, consumer confidence and consumption patterns.
ePACT: Your COVID-19 ResponseContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 07/29/2020
ePACT can help park and recreation departments with their COVID-19 response by eliminating paper, reducing contact and promoting physical distancing. ePACT helps organizations to collect and access crucial health data electronically, provides contactless Check In and Check Out features and offers robust communication tools.
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