.1 CEU Per Session

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Register for the 2022 Virtual CEU Webinar Series

 

Upcoming Sessions:

 

May 17, 2022 :: 1:00 – 2:00pm
Building Resiliency through Trauma Informed Programing
Melissa Murphy

Talking is great but what change can actually be done? STRYV365's program is a way for adults to work with students who have experienced the effects of trauma and toxic stress.

This session will not be in the standard Webinar format. Attendees will be asked to have their cameras on and come ready to participate in STRYV365's interactive program. A Zoom Meeting link will be sent out the morning of the session. 

 

September 13, 2022 :: 1:00 – 2:00pm
Pool Operations and Programming during the Pandemic: the good, the bad, the ugly.
Nicole Jacobson

The COVID19 pandemic has necessitated Recreation professionals pivot the approach to programming and operations. 2 years into the pandemic, lessons have been learned - many have revealed better practices related to safety and accountability while others have left heads shaking in the wrong direction. This session will explore modifications to programming and operations in Aquatics that have evolved from the pandemic - both the good and bad - and unfortunately, some ugly lessons learned that will not be repeated.

 

October 18, 2022 :: 1:00 – 2:00pm
Parks as Critical Infrastructure: How to Quantify and Message their Equity, Health, Climate, and Economic Benefits
Taj Schottland, Ayanna Williams, and Jennifer Clinton

There is growing awareness of the structural inequities in our communities. We now know that parks serving non-white populations are, on average, half the size as parks in white neighborhoods yet serve five times as many people. Similarly, low-income, non-white neighborhoods are disproportionately vulnerable to flooding and extreme heat because they lack adequate green space. To change this, we must transform the public's perception of parks as nice-to-have amenities to must-have infrastructure. Using case studies from around the country, presenters will share how to effectively communicate the benefits of parks, attract advocates, and build support. They will share examples of how parks generate significant benefits, new research that quantifies carbon capture, and resources that position green infrastructure in parks as a multi-benefit community solution. Attendees will learn how to advocate for parks as critical solutions to the most pressing challenges facing our communities.

 

November 15, 2022 :: 1:00 – 2:00pm
Communication Strategies in a Virtual World
Brad Gingras 

How could we complicate communication even further? How about a global pandemic that forces drastic change to the workforce. Will communication as we know it rebound? Gain insight into the evolution of communication along with effective strategies to engage your co-workers, colleagues and even strengthen personal relationships.

 

December 20, 2022 :: 1:00 – 2:00pm
Aquatics ‘Best Practices’ That Hold Us Back
Kate Connell

There has been a collective shift towards more inclusive practices in aquatics but many common "best practices" stand in the way of truly equitable aquatics. We'll discuss obstacles and their step-by-step solutions in this interactive session and dismantle "we've always done it this way" mindsets to advance diversity in our field through personnel management, programming, and policies.

 

Past 2022 Sessions

January 18, 2022 :: 1:00 – 2:00pm
3 Ways to Improve your DEI Efforts
Lisa Koenecke

Learn from a former camp director how to improve your Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Efforts.We will explore current laws to guide your policies. Together we will discover how to SHOW your allyship, how to SHIFT  mindsets and behaviors to SHAPE your culture.

 

March 15, 2022 :: 1:00 – 2:00pm
Park Master Planning for Climate Resilience
Rachel Banner

Extreme storms, aging stormwater infrastructure, and hotter summers are having a profound effect on our communities and the parks and green space that support them. Parks can provide additional safeguards to our community's exposure to climate change, but prioritizing climate resilience in parks when there are so many demands on our park system is a challenge. This session will outline strategies for park master planning that unveil the climate risks to your park system and provide strategies to prioritize climate resilience strategies that align community priorities for parks, recreation, and play. The program will present case studies from three different community types -a dense, industrial city, a suburb, and a rural-ish community -all planning for climate resilience in their park systems.

 

April 19, 2022 :: 1:00 – 2:00pm
Digital Playgrounds
Sam Hollis and Mel Langlotz

Digital Playgrounds and the benefits to the community.
 

 

View Past Sessions From 2021


*Cancellation and Refund Policy: Cancellations received three weeks prior to the individual webinar date are entitled to a full refund minus a processing fee; those received after this date 
are subject to a 25% processing fee.

Interested in sponsoring a session? Contact the office at 414-423-1210 or [email protected] for more information and to sign up today!