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FMLP's award winning curriculum develops the knowledge and competencies of selected NPS employees through a year-long education and training program.
The PAST program is a two-year, hands-on training program designed to teach WG 3-7 maintenance employees historic preservation skills.
Gain insight into the essential competencies for Natural Resource Stewardship and the more finite discipline specialist and program manager competencies.
Superintendent discretion determines whether or not SPUs can occur (ie: weddings, concerts, commercial filming, & athletic events etc.).
A guide to help natural resource professionals take charge of their career progress through reflection, self-assessment and collaboration.
Award winning curriculum which develops the knowledge and competencies of selected employees through a year-long education and training program; learn how to become a mentor here!
The FM Workforce Development Guide outlines a self-initiated improvement program in which individuals have control over their own professional development.
These training plans cover the requirements for becoming a Public Information Officer, whether you are working at the local, regional or national level.
Do you have questions about the Park Ranger (Interpretation) Standard Position Description? Find answers here!
Make your EPAPs reflect the work you and your staff are really doing and become more marketable with NPS standardized EPAP language.
Provides experiential learning opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students while introducing NPS career opportunities in cultural resources
Discusses the Call-to-Action Goal #32, Play It Safe initiative as announced by former Director Jarvis as a measure to encourage employee safety on the job.
IDP planning resources specific to the Northeast region
In this resource you will begin to think about your current education team and how you might be able to maximize the experience in it.
Offered on an as-needed basis, this course is designed for those charged with supporting day-to-day facility management operations in the NPS.
Building relevant educational programs in our national parks requires skill. As the interpreter and educator there are many factors that one must consider.
Overview Simply designating a wilderness does not assure its preservation. An understanding of wilderness values is needed to guide all activities in wilderness. Wilderness management applies guidelines derived from social and natural sciences to preserve the qualities for which wilderness was established. Wilderness Stewardship Competency Levels Wilderness professionals can use these competencies to identify gaps
Charlie Pepper is the Manager of the Preservation Maintenance and Education Program at the Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation.
Albert LeBeau, Cultural Resources Manager at Effigy Mounds National Monument describes a typical day in his NPS job.
Elizabeth Pidgeon, Historical Architect at Grand Canyon National Park
Bill Doerrer, Facility Manager at Nicodemus National Historic Site
Betsy Dodson, former NPS Park Facility Management Program Training Manager
Jodi Morris, Park Ranger at Little Rock Central High School
The NPS Education Professional Competencies were updated in 2013 based on function (manager, developer, and facilitator) and organized by task.
This is a six month program for National Park Service employees who want to become certified trainers.