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Certified Park and Recreation Professional, or CPRP, is a national certification program through the National Recreation and Park Association, and it is designed for park and recreation professionals that wish to put their career on the path to success. Achieving and maintaining this nationally-recognized certification illustrates a commitment to professional growth as well as an intricate understanding of key concepts within the field of parks and recreation. The exam prep program... Details
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Certified Park and Recreation Professional, or CPRP, is a national certification program through the National Recreation and Park Association, and it is designed for park and recreation professionals that wish to put their career on the path to success. Achieving and maintaining this nationally-recognized certification illustrates a commitment to professional growth as well as an intricate understanding of key concepts within the field of parks and recreation. The exam prep program... Details
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The Skills Development Webinar Recordings provide park district professionals with on-demand access to previously-recorded professional development opportunities from the 2020 Webinar Series. This is a great opportunity for those interested in learning about niche topics and listening to preferred industry experts, without having to commit to a larger program. Recordings are approximately one-hour in length and qualify for continuing education units. Each month's recording will be... Details
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The Skills Development Webinar Series provides park district professionals with access to monthly professional development opportunities from the comfort of their home or office. By registering, you gain access to 11 webinars, one per month February thru December, that consist of nationally known speakers and leaders in the field of parks and recreation. Utilizing the Zoom platform, registrants can participate in live webinars or access recordings on-demand. Space is limited, and... Details
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Located within IPRA's Facility Management (FM) Section, the Aquatic Committee consists of a group of park district professionals that either specialize or work in and around Aquatic Facilities. At this meeting, we will be discussing reopening plans, cleaning schedules, scheduling staff, reservation systems, getting PPE, and any other questions from the group.   If you are interested in joining the committee or simply wish to attend for educational and networking purposes, you are... Details
When: July 2, 2020
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When: July 3, 2020
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This month's webinar, How to Build a Culture of Guest Service Excellence (II), is presented by Neelay Bhatt of PROS Consulting and Nikki Ginger of Chicago Park District, and they will share how you can create employee happiness and buy-in, build internal advocacy and accountability, and create loyal customers. If you want to learn more about this topic and participate in the webinar program, you can register for the 2020 Skills Development Webinar Series or purchase an on-demand... Details
When: July 8, 2020
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IPRA's Administration & Finance (A&F) Section consists of park district professionals that either specialize or work in and around administration, finance, human resources, information technology, registration services, and/or risk management.

When: July 8, 2020
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Located within IPRA's Recreation (REC) Section, the Cultural Arts Committee consists of a group of park district professionals that either specialize or work in and around dance, music, theatre, and visual arts.   If you are interested in joining the committee or simply wish to attend for educational and networking purposes, you are encouraged to register. This is a members-only event, but guests interested in learning more about IPRA are welcome to... Details
When: July 8, 2020
Where: IL
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Phase 4 is FINALLY here, and hopefully it's here to stay so our next transition is to Phase 5 and not in the opposite direction. Reopening facilities during Phase 4 of the Restore Illinois Plan requires everyone to move forward together by practicing social distancing and other safe daily habits that reduce risk of exposure to the virus that causes COVID-19. Come join us as PDRMA Risk Management staff respond to your questions and highlight common inquiries presented to their team.... Details
When: July 9, 2020
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The Illinois Park and Recreation Foundation (IPRF) is the philanthropic and support organization of IPRA and its members, committed to the investment in today's students and professionals in the field of parks and recreation.  Its goals are to promote and support continuing education and professional development of IPRA members and develop future leaders within the Association. This meeting is for IPRF board members... Details
When: July 10, 2020
Where: La Grange, IL
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When: July 11, 2020
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The Illinois Park and Recreation Association (IPRA) Board is an elected group of park district professionals committed to the on-going, professional development of its stakeholders as well as the promotion of parks and recreation in Illinois.  The board meets several times throughout the calendar year to discuss topics such as dues, the association's 5-year rolling strategic plan, the proposed work plan, and the Board... Details
When: July 13, 2020
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Located within IPRA's Facility Management (FM) Section, the Fitness Center Committee consists of a group of park district professionals that either specialize or work in and around fitness and fitness centers. The virtual meeting is designed for attendees to discuss and share ideas for the re-opening and sustainability of fitness centers due to circumstances from COVID-19. If you are interested in joining the committee or simply wish to attend for educational and networking purposes, ... Details
When: July 14, 2020
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Located within IPRA's Recreation (REC) Section, the Special Events Committee consists of a group of park district professionals that either specialize or work in and around special events. Topics will include Summer Virtual Events and preparation for Fall events.  If you are interested in joining the committee or simply wish to attend the event for educational and networking purposes, you are encouraged to register. This is a members-only event, but guests interested in learning more ... Details
When: July 15, 2020
Where: IL