January 23, 2009
Training Vacancies Available - Interpretive Services PROSPECT Course (2-4 June 2009)
A few vacancies are still available for the Interpretive Services PROSPECT course, scheduled for 2-4 June 2009, at the Tom Bevill Training Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
This is an important part of the Natural Resources Management (NRM) Training Program, and all park rangers, NRM/recreation specialists and resource/park managers are encouraged to attend. This course supports several the of USACE Campaign Plan goals, including: "building and cultivating a competent, disciplined, and resilient team equipped to deliver high quality solutions" and to help "communicate strategically and transparently" the Corps missions to the public.
This course provides instruction on preparing and presenting interpretive programs, planning interpretive materials such as signs, brochures, etc., and demonstrates how interpretive principles can be used to help meet project management objectives in all program areas. Interpretive skills are useful to those working in environmental compliance, recreation, stewardship, partnerships and any other position requiring public contact or preparing materials for the public.
The tuition has been lowered for the FY09 courses and all students will be receiving Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
Anyone interested in taking this course (Interpretive Services #072, Session 2009-02), should contact Beverly Carr, Huntsville Course Manager, at 256-895-7432 (Beverly.Carr@usace.army.mil) or send a DD1556 Training Form through their Training Coordinator to the Huntsville Registrar's office.
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