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On this page you will find training resources for community and stakeholder involvement.
Learn how to develop a robust assessment program around enslavement and race, with ongoing training and support, to help maintain a competent, knowledgeable, and empathetic workforce.
Access research completed by or for the National Park Service, National Capital Area.
In this resource, you will find a list of links to digital research on the history of enslavement in the National Capital Area.
This annotated bibliography offers new and updated research that will help us update our understanding and interpretation of the legacy of the Civil Rights Movement.
This page provides general information on the Legacies of Enslavement project, its purpose, and supporting resources.
Overview As the Legacies Workgroup’s steering committee laid the groundwork for this assessment tool, they kept returning to a series of foundational principles that would create a framework for understanding the rubric’s content. The Four Truths, non-negotiables, and detailers all play a role in grounding the intentions of the assessment tool. Non-negotiables are the forensic/factual
A derailer is a behavior or actions that limits our effectiveness, prohibits growth/change, and stymies success. Learn to recognize derailers and find a few examples of them.
Overview As this project’s steering committee laid the groundwork for this assessment tool, they kept returning to a series of foundational principles that would create a framework for understanding the rubric’s content. The Four Truths, non-negotiables, and derailers all play a role in grounding the intentions of the assessment tool. The Four Truths establish a
The assessment rubric was created for NCA parks and programs to use in a baseline or ongoing evaluation of their current practices.
You will find instructions and a job aid to facilitate creating a lexicon associated with the legacies of enslavement and race.
Access a contact list for the Legacies of Enslavement and Race project here.
Espyr is the leading behavioral health company developing innovative solutions for maximizing human and organizational potential. Learn how to access free trainings available to DOI employees.
The DOI Office of Collaborative Action and Dispute Resolution (CADR) is offering upcoming virtual trainings in specialized conflict management and communications skills for all DOI employees.
Manager Advantage equips managers and supervisors with a source for quick answers to employee problems and provides best practices and strategies for handling common workplace challenges.
DOI University is a department-wide training organization that offers courses covering a broad range of topics to increase the skills of all DOI employees & other federal, state, and tribal employees.
This course provides you with an understanding of why emotional intelligence abilities are important as a leader.
This innovative 10-month leadership program provides NER, NCR & SER staff with the opportunity to network and develop leadership knowledge and skills.
Overview To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the passage of the 14th Amendment, we look at how that amendment defines U.S. citizenship, its connection to America’s “Second Founding” (the passage of the Reconstruction amendments), and the interpretation of these topics at National Park Service sites. What You’ll Find This 1.5 hour video is presented by the National
Are you interested in finding a mentor to help you in your career? There are many resources available for those interested in mentoring and networking.
Limited Time Only: Basic heavy equipment training programs which cover components, pre-use inspection, principles of operation, and safety issues.
In celebration of the Centennial of the NPS, ProValens will offer short 10-minute courses each month to enhance your knowledge and understanding of the NPS.
Example of an arc of dialogue for a Facilitated Dialogue Program to interpret climate change; developed by the Internat'l Coalition of Sites of Conscience.
This course includes information about the expanding mission of the Service to include preserving culture, history, and science.
This series features influential figures in business, politics, science and the arts speaking about what leadership means to them.