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This training is for Superintendents, Cultural Resource and Facility Managers using the Programmatic Agreement (PA) during the Section 106 review process.
Gain familiarity with processing different types of tender and ringing in entrance fees, pass sales, and other common transactions.
CESS users will get an opportunity to learn more about the changes and new features in CESS 2.0 and the videos in this learning activity will help CESS users adapt to the new user experience.
In this learning activity, participants will learn about what interpreters do, how they do it, and the role(s) archeologists play in the interpretation of archeology.
After you have completed this learning activity, you will be able to use relevant, site-specific, resource documents to obtain background information on property history, significance, integrity, and treatment objective.
This learning activity is for people who work at sites with historic resources and want to advance their knowledge of historic preservation standards and treatments.
This training is targeted to all park employees who may see a spill, such as a car rollover, incident on the beach, release from oil and gas operations on parklands, or otherwise come across a spill. It serves as a guide for employees to follow during their daily operations to prevent the spread of contamination and injury and to notify the correct response team.
Learn to open, work in and close a shift on the RBMS POS system. This includes using all the different POS hardware setup options.
Learn to resolve problems you may encounter when completing remittance processes within the RBMS Back-office system.
This course describes how supevisory and remit staff are able to complete recreation fee remittance functions in the RBMS POS and D365R systems.
This course familiarizes NPS fee collection managers with how to Print X Reports, View Other Reports, and Reset RBMS POS Passwords for employees.
By the end of this learning activity, you will be able to: • Discuss major steps for planning Climate Smart Recovery. • Identify effective communication strategies. • Identify scientifically valid sources for data on climate change. What Can I Expect? This Learning Activity will take about 20 minutes to complete and includes links to additional resources. You can start and stop at any time—we’ll track your progress and let you pick up where you left off. You must visit each section and finish the activities in order to mark this training as complete. NCR Disaster Recovery Training Series Planning for a Climate Smart Future is part five of a five-part training series that addresses the importance of Climate Smart Recovery. To complete the entire series, you will need to visit all of the following links:
This learning activity will introduce you to the effects of climate change and the major factors that influence disaster recovery and planning.
By the end of this learning activity, you will be able to:
- Discuss projected impacts of climate change on natural resources.
- Describe specific pathways to plan for climate change during natural resource recovery projects.
This learning activity will introduce you to cultural resources and disaster impacts, and how you can work towards climate smart cultural resource disaster recovery.
This learning activity will introduce you to the relationship between climate and natural disasters and give you an understanding of what you may encounter while serving as an NCR Disaster Recovery Field Coordinator.
In this learning activity, participants will learn about what happened at Manassas Battlefield, why we take care of archeological resources, and how we protect archeological resources.
In this learning activity, participants will learn the federal, local, and state laws governing cultural resource management in the NPS.
In this learning activity, participants will learn about archeological stewardship, how we interact with the public, and the basic questions visitors will have.
In this learning activity, participants will learn the role of archeologists and how archeologists preserve and date archeological resources.
In this learning activity, participants will gain a general understanding of material culture and archeological sites and resources.
In this learning activity, participants will learn archeology terminology, be exposed to public misconceptions around archeology, and understand why archeology stewardship is important.
This learning activity provides an overview of how to prepare for and document work performed at historic properties, and introduces helpful resources to accomplish the work.
This learning activity introduces the principles, approaches, and techniques for accomplishing preservation work.
In this learning activity you will learn about the "character-defining features" for historic properties and how character-defining features relate to historic property significance and integrity.