National Park Service
US Department of the Interior
National Park Service
Interpretive Development Program

Distance Learning for Interpretation Leadership & Business Skills Workshop -- December 2-4

 
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Distance Learning
Interpretation Leadership & Business Skills
November 17, 2015
You are invited to register for The VIRTUAL Interpretation Leadership and Business Skills workshop
 
This three-day immersive experience is a mixture of webcasts, social media, directed reading, and interactive features. The sessions highlight examining the case for change, creating the audience centered mindset, becoming data driven and outcome focused, exploring your tolerance for risk- and your visitors tolerance, practicing resilience, and committing to action.
 
This distance learning opportunity coincides with the Interpretation Leadership and Business Skills workshops hosted by the National Park Service (NPS) held in five cities across the country between September 2015 and March 2016. Regional events in Philadelphia and San Francisco have already taken place and are archived on the ILBS website
https://sites.google.com/site/interpskills21/
 

By registering below for the next Distance Learning cohort, you'll be able to participate remotely via live chats, webcasts, social media streams and other activities.

 
Please share this link with staff and partners inside and outside the NPS who may have an interest in learning about what's new in visitor experience, interpretation, and education- this may include; front-line staff, superintendents, peers, staff at all levels in other NPS divisions, volunteers, concessioners, cooperating association employees, heritage area staff, and other partners.
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