Becoming a Certified

Parks and Recreation Professional

is just the beginning...

This Course Was Made with Busy Parks & Recreation Professionals in Mind...

Does this sound like you?

  • I’ve been meaning to study for the exam, but get overwhelmed by the sheer amount of information in other study guides and books
 
  • I’m constantly on-the-go. I  need a study guide that I can access wherever I am

 

  • I don’t always learn best by reading. Sometimes I’d prefer to listen or watch instead.
 
  • My exam is coming up quickly, and I need an affordable, accessible program to walk you through the only most important content

Here's What You Get:

This course covers four main sections: human resources, programming, finance, and operations. I have organized all of the content into a format that is easy to understand and digest. 

Each section includes the following:

  • The written content organized in text form, for you to absorb at your own pace

  • An audio version so that you can listen to the material at work, in your car, or on-the-go.

  • Bonus: Links to flashcards and quizzes that can help you learn the material on your own.

Four Lessons

#1

Programming

Sublessons

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

#2

Human resources

Sublessons

2.1: Recruitment
2.2: Advertising
2.3: Screen and Test
2.4: In-Person Interviews
2.5: The Selection Process
2.6: Training Tools

#3

Finance

Sublessons

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

#4

Operations

Sublessons

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

Want a Preview?

This course covers four main sections: human resources, programming, finance, and operations. I have organized all of the content into a format that is easy to understand and digest. 

Each section includes the following:

  • The written content organized in text form, for you to absorb at your own pace

  • An audio version so that you can listen to the material at work, in your car, or on-the-go.

  • Bonus: Links to flashcards and quizzes that can help you learn the material on your own.

Okay, I'm Ready! Let's Do This!

Programming