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Access online trainings, webinars, and learning resources to help you enhance your knowledge in the areas of Historic Preservation and Cultural Resources.
The Cultural Resources Training Catalog for 2020, offering both in-person classroom and online courses for National Park Service employees
Peer Coaching & feedback are the bedrock of making interpretation better. Feedback helps us see new ways interpretive experiences can grow and change.
Learn to process different tender types and basic sales within RBMS, including ringing in tour, event, or pass sales. Become familar with the RBMS POS setup.
Learn advanced RBMS POS sales transactions including product upgrades and pass replacements.
In this learning activity you will learn how to use good writing skills and apply their relationships to job performance.
In this learning activity you will learn the speaking processes and their relationship to job performance.
This learning activity explains how to use and understand written materials, and it also provides techniques and guidelines that will help you to improve your reading skills.
This Learning Activity provides guidance on good listening skills and how to apply them to job performance.
Selecting nursery stock or creating specifications for planting can have a large impact on successful plant establishment in the cultural landscape.
When tree removal is needed in NPS cultural landscapes, the preservation objective is generally to replace contributing trees in order to preserve the historic character. These considerations for planning, planting, and establishment will make your tree replacement project a success.
Participants will be exposed to new ways of crafting visitor experiences that let your audience express themselves, discuss powerful issues facing them today, and share their perspectives within your site.
As you’re preparing your Trades Alive video, here are some good tips and tricks to remember while filming. It’s easy to remember These videos are meant to be tutorials, and at the end, you want your audience to know and understand how to do the technique you’re using. So, make them easy to remember and
An introduction to creating videos for Trades Alive, an effort to generate a community approach to creating historic preservation trades tutorial videos.
Join Dominic as he discusses trowels, hammers, and chisel in this video for the Trades Alive Historic Preservation video series.
There is a great deal of confusion about poison ivy versus poison oak since there are two kinds of poison ivy and two kinds of poison oak. Learn more here!
As you’re using the Trades Alive video kits, here are some good tips and tricks for operating the Osmo+. To start, check out the Osmo+ User Guide. Seven moves you can make use of while filming. Using slow motion. If you have a Lynda.com subscription, this may be a good course for you on the Osmo. If
Use this template of questions to help write your Trades Alive script. Also, check out the full template at the bottom of this page. We’ve written examples for each step in italics. Topic What is your topic? This should be easily summarized in 3-5 words. Painting Historic Interiors. Audience Who are you making this video
Video Kits How to request a kit Tips and Tricks with the Osmo+ Other Tutorials What makes a good video How to write a script
To learn more, visit Application and Preparation of Limewash.
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Resetting a Stone Grave Marker To learn more, visit Resetting a Stone Grave Marker. Lifting and Hoisting Stone Grave Markers To learn more, visit Lifting and Hoisting Stone Grave Markers. Resetting Ground-Supported Headstones To learn more, visit Resetting Ground Supported Headstones. Cleaning a Stone Grave Marker To learn more, visit Cleaning a Stone Grave Marker.
Learn about repairing wooden windows.
Watch Jason Church discuss a traditional Louisiana construction method called Bousillage, a Louisiana French term for walls made of mud. To learn more, visit Bousillage.
MWR New Employee Welcome Orientation is mandatory for all new employees; this training is conducted by the Human Resources Office, Equal Opportunity, Relevancy, Diversity, and Inclusion Office, Employee Relations Office, and Offices Services, Travel, Occupational Health and Safety, and Security. All MWR Employees who have been onboard a year or less are required to attend. Orientation Topics Welcome to