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After completing this learning activity, you will be able to:
  • identify at least three benefits of using scenarios to inform planning
  • identify how scenarios are applied in climate change adaptation planning
  • identify at least two additional resources to support NPS scenario planning

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After completing this learning activity, you will be able to: 
  • describe at least three examples of climate change adaptation  
  • identify at least two key features of climate change adaptation 
  • access at least two additional resources to support climate change adaptation 

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 Upon completion of this learning activity, participants will be able to: 
  • Apply for CRIS Read-Only access for cultural landscapes and historic structures
  • Understand the difference between CRIS and FMSS 
  • Navigate CRIS and conduct basic searches 
  • Run standard reports
  • Use CRIS records to find more information about historic assets
Details: This training will take about one hour to complete. We recommend you take the course in two segments.
    1. Complete the Introduction and Accessing CRIS components first (10 minutes).
    2. After you have been granted CRIS access, complete the remainder of the training while practicing the instructions in the CRIS database (50 minutes).

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By the end of this Learning Activity, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the key concepts for termination of volunteer service in Reference Manual #7: Volunteers-In-Parks (RM-7);
  • Differentiate between guidance on national policy and local policy; and
  • Identify resources to pursue additional information.

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By the end of this Learning Activity, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the key concepts for recognition and awards in Reference Manual #7: Volunteers-In-Parks (RM-7);
  • Differentiate between guidance on national policy and local policy; and
  • Identify resources to pursue additional information.

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By the end of this Learning Activity, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the key concepts for volunteer onboarding, orientation, and training in Reference Manual #7: Volunteers-In-Parks (RM-7);
  • Differentiate between guidance on national policy and local policy; and
  • Identify resources to pursue additional information.

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By the end of this Learning Activity, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the key concepts for volunteer needs assessments and recruitment in Reference Manual #7: Volunteers-In-Parks (RM-7);
  • Differentiate between guidance on national policy and local policy; and
  • Identify resources to pursue additional information.

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By the end of this Learning Activity, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the key concepts for supervisory training in Reference Manual #7: Volunteers-In-Parks;
  • Differentiate between guidance on national policy and local policy; and
  • Identify resources to pursue additional information.

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When you have completed this Learning Activity, you will be able to do the following:
  • Describe the communication and listening processes and their relationship to job performance.
  • Describe the communication process and the importance of listening skills.
  • Describe the listening process and identify good listening skills.

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When you have completed this Learning Activity, you will be able to do the following:
  • Describe good reading skills and their relationship to job performance.
  • Describe the importance of good reading skills.
  • Describe job-related reading requirements and identify good reading skills.

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When you have completed this Learning Activity, you will be able to do the following:
  • Describe the communication and speaking processes and their relationship to job performance.
  • Describe the communication process and the importance of speaking skills.
  • Describe the speaking process and identify good speaking skills.

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When you have completed this Learning Activity, you will be able to do the following:
  • Describe good writing skills and their relationship to job performance.
  • Describe the importance of good writing skills.
  • Describe job-related writing requirements and identify good writing skills.

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The learning objectives for this course are:
  • Become adept at completing upgrades of products and passes in the RBMS POS
  • Become adept at completing Golden Passport upgrades and damaged pass replacements

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At the conclusion of this learning activity, you will be able to:
  • Identify seven aspects used to evaluate the integrity of a historic property.
  • Describe how work can effect the integrity of a historic property

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What’s to Come:

In this learning activity you will be introduced to a few key concepts:
  • What does it mean to ask for peer feedback?
  • How can you build useful feedback for your peers?
  • How can feedback help you grow as an interpreter and offer better experiences to visitors?

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By the end of this Learning Activity, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the key concepts for volunteer uniforms in the Reference Manual #7: Volunteers-In-Parks (RM-7);
  • Differentiate between guidance on national policy and local policy; and
  • Identify resources to pursue additional information.

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At the end of this learning activity participants will be able to:
  • Understand how the VIP program fits into the NPS narrative and strategy;
  • Identify the key principles behind succeeding with volunteers;
  • Differentiate between guidance on national policy and local policy; and
  • Identify resources to pursue additional information.

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By the end of this Learning Activity, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the key concepts for reports and records in Reference Manual #7: Volunteers-In-Parks (RM-7);
  • Differentiate between guidance on national policy and local policy; and
  • Identify resources to pursue additional information.

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By the end of this Learning Activity, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the key concepts for volunteer qualifications in Reference Manual #7: Volunteers-In-Parks (RM-7);
  • Differentiate between guidance on national policy and local policy; and
  • Identify resources to pursue additional information.

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By the end of this Learning Activity, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the key concepts for volunteer housing in Reference Manual #7: Volunteers-In-Parks (RM-7);
  • Differentiate between guidance on national policy and local policy; and
  • Identify resources to pursue additional information.

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By the end of this Learning Activity, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the key concepts for funding and reimbursement in Reference Manual #7: Volunteers-In-Parks (RM-7);
  • Differentiate between guidance on national policy and local policy; and
  • Identify resources to pursue additional information.

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By the end of this Learning Activity, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the key concepts for Benefits and Protection / Risk Management / EEO in Reference Manual #7: Volunteers-In-Parks (RM-7);
  • Understand how to protect volunteers and what to do in the case of a volunteer-related injury;
  • Differentiate between guidance on national policy and local policy;
  • Identify resources to pursue additional information; and
  • Communicate polices clearly to volunteers and provide them with appropriate guidance and resources.

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By the end of this Learning Activity, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the key concepts for volunteer’s activities in Reference Manual #7: Volunteers-In-Parks (RM-7);
  • Differentiate between guidance on national policy and local policy; and
  • Identify resources to pursue additional information.

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Participants will be able to:
  • Provide background information on Alternative Transportation Systems and their management.
  • Demonstrate the ATS Inventory Workbook.
  • Provide an example of an ATS system review.

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The learning objectives for this course are:
  • Gain a high-level understanding of all shift processes that need to be completed by Fee Collection Officers using RBMS POS.
  • Become familiar with start- and end-of-shift processes for Fixed, Hybrid, and Portable Stations.
  • Learn how to complete shift changes on Fixed, Hybrid, and Portable Stations.
  • Become familiar with the concept of removing tender from a register mid-day and how to do it in RBMS POS.
  • Gain an understanding of the Cloud Point-of-Sale (CPOS) option for completing shift processes.
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