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Recordings from the 2019 FRPA Annual Conference available for CEUs. Must be registered through FRPA to receive credit.

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Turning Private Land into Public Parks! Working with Private Developers to Create Public Parks and Open Space

With property at a premium – when it comes to availability and cost – there are ways for park professionals to work with private developers, planners and zoning officials to obtain public open space and parks within developments. This session will present the successful strategies, tactics and opportunities that the City of Miami has implemented with the private sector to obtain valuable public park space from what was formerly privately-owned land. During this session you will hear from a planner with private sector experience and a parks professional with a quest to find public space in a dense urban environment. 0.1 CEUs available through FRPA only

59 MINJAN 10
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Turning Private Land into Public Parks! Working with Private Developers to Create Public Parks and Open Space

Developing Levels of Service Standards That Work for You

Levels of Service (LOS) Standrads come in many shapes and sizes. This session explores them as a performance standard and specifically covers types of LOS for facilities, programming, and maintenance activities. 0.1 CEUs available through FRPA only

48 MINJAN 10
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Developing Levels of Service Standards That Work for You

Redeveloping Shuttered Golf Courses into Public Parks

The transformation of the Rolling Hills Golf Course located in Seminole County, FL into a public park included years of due diligence, community planning and forging partnerships. This session illustrates the roles local agencies can play in the preservation of open space through the redevelopment of shuttered golf courses. 0.1 CEUs available through FRPA only

58 MINJAN 10
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Redeveloping Shuttered Golf Courses into Public Parks

So You Think You Can('t) Write a Grant

Grant writing for many organizations can be intimidating. Your office doesn’t have a professional grant writer and the work is left to your programmers and administrative staff. Browsing through pages of empty forms makes the challenge even more intimidating…and you haven’t even gotten to the budget section! 0.1 CEUs available through FRPA only

61 MINJAN 10
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So You Think You Can('t) Write a Grant

Best Practices for your Tennis/Racquet Sports Facility

USTA Florida is raising the bar for Tennis and Pickleball facilities and programming. This session will discuss making impact improvements, hiring and directing your team, delivering quality programs and facilities, better understanding your facility through assessing growth/usage and scoring customer satisfaction, and improving your marketing and outreach. 0.1 CEUs available through FRPA only

51 MINJAN 10
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Best Practices for your Tennis/Racquet Sports Facility

The Best Planning Tools for Parks and Recreation Professionals

Parks and recreation planning can be confusing. For example, what’s the difference between comprehensive plans, needs assessments, master plans, strategic plans, and management plans? This session reviews the purpose of the most common parks and recreation plans, when they should be applied, and how to get the most benefits from each. 0.1 CEUs available through FRPA only

57 MINJAN 10
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The Best Planning Tools for Parks and Recreation Professionals

Bold Leadership and Strategic Thinking

Adaptive leadership is the practice of mobilizing people to tackle tough challenges and to thrive by finding solutions in ways that are outside of natural comfort zones. It has roots in altruism, courage, risk, discomfort, business acumen and true engagement within the organization and in the community, as well as on a very personal, individual level for staff. For an organization, it can be a valuable leadership framework that helps teams adapt and find success in environments that are challenging. Understanding and utilizing that framework allows both individuals and organizations to take on the gradual but meaningful process of change and find success in ways they may never have thought were possible. 0.1 CEUs available through FRPA only

125 MINJAN 10
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Bold Leadership and Strategic Thinking

The Economy of Experience

Let’s face it: the days of being the sole recreation provider, only aquatic facility, or even the low-cost rental space in our communities have gone away. As we navigate the reality of competition in the marketplace, creating “WOW” experiences for active and passive users at both paid and free events can be the most impactful, and often cost-effective, way to further secure the position of your department as a leader in the community. Learn no-cost and low-cost ways to drive great experiences for every user to build your bottom line! 0.1 CEUs available - through FRPA only

107 MINJAN 10
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The Economy of Experience

What to Measure: How to Decide and Why?

Performance measures, Key Performance Indicators, outcomes, outputs: What do they all mean and why should I even care? This session explores what you should measure, why you should measure and how to decide. We will also discuss the differences between outputs and outcomes and why knowing the difference is so important. 0.1 CEUs available - through FRPA only

60 MINJAN 10
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What to Measure: How to Decide and Why?

Building the Next Generation of Park and Recreation Professionals

We’re hiring young graduates and others in entry level positions but are we preparing them adequately to be true professionals? This session will discuss how seasoned professionals should be building the next generation into true professionals ready for the future. It’s more than mentoring, it’s building a foundation for growth. .1 CEUs - available through FRPA only

62 MINJAN 10
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Building the Next Generation of Park and Recreation Professionals

Latest Episodes

Turning Private Land into Public Parks! Working with Private Developers to Create Public Parks and Open Space

With property at a premium – when it comes to availability and cost – there are ways for park professionals to work with private developers, planners and zoning officials to obtain public open space and parks within developments. This session will present the successful strategies, tactics and opportunities that the City of Miami has implemented with the private sector to obtain valuable public park space from what was formerly privately-owned land. During this session you will hear from a planner with private sector experience and a parks professional with a quest to find public space in a dense urban environment. 0.1 CEUs available through FRPA only

59 MINJAN 10
Comments
Turning Private Land into Public Parks! Working with Private Developers to Create Public Parks and Open Space

Developing Levels of Service Standards That Work for You

Levels of Service (LOS) Standrads come in many shapes and sizes. This session explores them as a performance standard and specifically covers types of LOS for facilities, programming, and maintenance activities. 0.1 CEUs available through FRPA only

48 MINJAN 10
Comments
Developing Levels of Service Standards That Work for You

Redeveloping Shuttered Golf Courses into Public Parks

The transformation of the Rolling Hills Golf Course located in Seminole County, FL into a public park included years of due diligence, community planning and forging partnerships. This session illustrates the roles local agencies can play in the preservation of open space through the redevelopment of shuttered golf courses. 0.1 CEUs available through FRPA only

58 MINJAN 10
Comments
Redeveloping Shuttered Golf Courses into Public Parks

So You Think You Can('t) Write a Grant

Grant writing for many organizations can be intimidating. Your office doesn’t have a professional grant writer and the work is left to your programmers and administrative staff. Browsing through pages of empty forms makes the challenge even more intimidating…and you haven’t even gotten to the budget section! 0.1 CEUs available through FRPA only

61 MINJAN 10
Comments
So You Think You Can('t) Write a Grant

Best Practices for your Tennis/Racquet Sports Facility

USTA Florida is raising the bar for Tennis and Pickleball facilities and programming. This session will discuss making impact improvements, hiring and directing your team, delivering quality programs and facilities, better understanding your facility through assessing growth/usage and scoring customer satisfaction, and improving your marketing and outreach. 0.1 CEUs available through FRPA only

51 MINJAN 10
Comments
Best Practices for your Tennis/Racquet Sports Facility

The Best Planning Tools for Parks and Recreation Professionals

Parks and recreation planning can be confusing. For example, what’s the difference between comprehensive plans, needs assessments, master plans, strategic plans, and management plans? This session reviews the purpose of the most common parks and recreation plans, when they should be applied, and how to get the most benefits from each. 0.1 CEUs available through FRPA only

57 MINJAN 10
Comments
The Best Planning Tools for Parks and Recreation Professionals

Bold Leadership and Strategic Thinking

Adaptive leadership is the practice of mobilizing people to tackle tough challenges and to thrive by finding solutions in ways that are outside of natural comfort zones. It has roots in altruism, courage, risk, discomfort, business acumen and true engagement within the organization and in the community, as well as on a very personal, individual level for staff. For an organization, it can be a valuable leadership framework that helps teams adapt and find success in environments that are challenging. Understanding and utilizing that framework allows both individuals and organizations to take on the gradual but meaningful process of change and find success in ways they may never have thought were possible. 0.1 CEUs available through FRPA only

125 MINJAN 10
Comments
Bold Leadership and Strategic Thinking

The Economy of Experience

Let’s face it: the days of being the sole recreation provider, only aquatic facility, or even the low-cost rental space in our communities have gone away. As we navigate the reality of competition in the marketplace, creating “WOW” experiences for active and passive users at both paid and free events can be the most impactful, and often cost-effective, way to further secure the position of your department as a leader in the community. Learn no-cost and low-cost ways to drive great experiences for every user to build your bottom line! 0.1 CEUs available - through FRPA only

107 MINJAN 10
Comments
The Economy of Experience

What to Measure: How to Decide and Why?

Performance measures, Key Performance Indicators, outcomes, outputs: What do they all mean and why should I even care? This session explores what you should measure, why you should measure and how to decide. We will also discuss the differences between outputs and outcomes and why knowing the difference is so important. 0.1 CEUs available - through FRPA only

60 MINJAN 10
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What to Measure: How to Decide and Why?

Building the Next Generation of Park and Recreation Professionals

We’re hiring young graduates and others in entry level positions but are we preparing them adequately to be true professionals? This session will discuss how seasoned professionals should be building the next generation into true professionals ready for the future. It’s more than mentoring, it’s building a foundation for growth. .1 CEUs - available through FRPA only

62 MINJAN 10
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Building the Next Generation of Park and Recreation Professionals
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