Course Lessons

LESSON ONEPROGRAMMING
1.1 Assessment
1.2 Programming for People with Disabilities
1.3 Data Collection
1.4 Planning a Program
1.5 Schedules and Supervision
1.6 Marketing Methods
1.7 Program Reports
1.8 Assessing Your Programs
1.9 Program Evaluations

LESSON TWOHUMAN RESOURCES
2.1 Recruitment
2.2 Advertising
2.3 Screen and Test
2.4 In-Person Interview
2.5 The Selection Process
2.6 Training Tools

 



LESSON THREEFINANCE
3.1 Setting Fees
3.2 Revenues
3.3 Expenditures
3.4 Petty Cash & Credit Cards
3.5 Purchase Orders


LESSON FOUROPERATIONS
4.1 Policies & Procedures
4.2: Information Systems
4.3: Maintenance Standards
4.4: Partnerships
4.5: Risk Management
4.6: Energy Efficiency
4.7: Types of Plans
4.8: Capital Improvement Projects
4.9: Site Plans and Maps
4.10: Customer Service



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Note:  We've put over 100 hours into producing this study guide, but we know it can't capture everything that you would ever need to know as a Parks and Recreation Professional. It's always a good idea to supplement your studying.  Whether it's through CPRP Study Guide books, the NRPA Online Program, or Practice Exams, we encourage you to find the resources you need.

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