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UPDATE: All OPA in-class training sessions have been postponed until after September 1, 2020 due to COVID-19. If you were scheduled to attend a training session, please check you email for further details. Please be sure to watch your email for notices of online training sessions!

Wondering how other municipalities are dealing with COVID-19 related issues? Check out the Discussion Forum where you can post questions and read discussion threads on how others are responding.

Please note that our office will be closed until further notice, with staff working remotely during this time. Please contact us by email if you have any questions or concerns. 

Did you know new and young workers are 4x more likely to get injured within their first month on the job than any other time? This is because they are not properly trained, unaware of the hazards, afraid to ask questions and/or unsure of what to expect.

Our training sessions are instructed by industry experts, all across Ontario. Through a combination of in-class theory and hands-on experience, attendees leave confident in their new skills, and ready to take on additional responsibilities in their workplace. We are always working to develop new courses based on feedback, and to continue to meet the needs of our members

For your convenience and to help stretch your budget dollars, OPA will bring any of our courses to your municipality or organization. We encourage you to let us know if you are interested even if you can only send one or two staff. We will promote your training to neighbouring organizations to fill the course and foster opportunities for networking with other people in the industry.


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Parks Practitioner Designation Program

Parks employees are a wealth of experience and knowledge, and we want to help recognize that. We hope applying for the Intermediate and Advanced designations in this program will assist members in planning their professional development goals, and give them confidence in the knowledge they have in their field. This program will also help employers confidently choose employees, knowing they have the skills required to competently do the job.

Parks Practitioner Application Form

Upcoming Training

    • 20 Sep 2021
    • 8:00 AM
    • 24 Sep 2021
    • 5:00 PM
    • Reeves Hall - Cowan Sportplex - 895 Ridgewood Drive, Woodstock, ON N4S 7W2
    • 6


    Ontario Parks Association (OPA) has developed the Registered Playground Practitioner Program to meet the needs of those involved and responsible for the hands-on inspections and maintenance of public playspaces and playground facilities.

    Safe Play - A High Priority

    Ontario Parks Association places a high priority and commitment on the provision of safe play structures in our public spaces. We want to help ensure that they are safe and accessible. OPA also emphasizes the strong need to educate caregivers, supervisors and others about the benefits of positive and safe play experiences for our children.

     

    What You Will Learn

    Attending this course will teach you about significantly lowering the risk of injuries in play areas by providing a safe outdoor learning experience for all. This course uses the CAN/CSA-Z614-20, Children's Playspaces and Equipment, as a base document for the three independent sections of the course. Ontario Parks Association instructors include experts from the industry including an architect, liability expert, lawyer, representative of the CSA Standards Association and others to give in-depth training on the following topics and includes an on-site demonstration at a local playground structure:


    Playspace Strategies Playspace Evaluation Playspace Management
    space requirements playvalue and hazard identification liability and insurance
    playability inspection and maintenance due diligence
    access/egress requirements surfacing evaluation contractual obligations
    playspace design record keeping risk management
    age appropriate issues CSA overview owner/operator responsibilities
    playspace materials corrective actions employee/manager responsibilities
    playspace construction   playvalue and practical choices


    Upon completion of the program and achievement of a passing grade in the written examination(s) the participant will be registered by Ontario Parks Association as a "Playground Practitioner" and is qualified to inspect playgrounds.

     

    OPA Registered Playground Practitioner Program is recognized as a playground safety course for inspectors by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services.


    Attendees are required to purchase a copy of the NEW CSA Z614 - 20 Standard. The test at the end of the course is open book so attendees will need their own copy (sharing books is not permitted). Attendees can choose to either use the PDF version and bring it on their tablet or other electronic device (so long as they can turn off the use of internet / text messaging for the test as any use of outside sources is considered cheating and will not receive a passing grade) or the hard copy of the book. Books can be purchased at the CSA Online Shop link below: https://www.csagroup.org/store/product/CSA%20Z614%3A20/ (please copy link text and paste into another browser window)


    PLEASE NOTE: meals are not provided at this training session. Attendees will be required to bring their own lunch, coffee and snacks.

    Click here to read our Registration Policies


    COVID-19 Screening:

    Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic we are taking steps to reduce the risk of all parties involved in our training programs. Prior to attending training there will be a screening form attendees are required to complete and all attendees and instructors are required to wear face coverings at all times. If you have any of the symptoms below, you may not attend your training session. You will be able to move your registration to a future session when you are symptom free. 

    • New or worsening signs or symptoms such as a cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny nose, sneezing, nasal congestion, hoarse voice, difficulty swallowing, new smell or taste disorders, nausea/vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, unexplained fatigue/malaise, chills, or headache?
    • Travelled outside of Canada or had close contact with anyone that has travelled outside of Canada in the past 14 days
    • A fever?
    • Close contact with anyone with respiratory illness or a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19?
    • Worked in a lab that tests for COVID-19 within the last 14 days
    • Diagnosed with COVID-19 within the last 14 days by a lab test or are you


    DATE: September 20 - 24, 2021

    TIME: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

    LOCATION: Reeves Hall - Cowan Sportplex - 895 Ridgewood Drive, Woodstock, ON N4S 7W2


    COURSE COST

    OPA Member: $1,306.00

    OPA Potential Member: $1,543.00


    Register above online. An invoice will be sent to you within 24hrs of registering. Payment can be made online through the invoice you will receive or via cheque (made payable to Ontario Parks Association).


    Click here to read our registration policies.

    • 29 Sep 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Online - Webex
    • 14
    Register

    In keeping with best practices, all Playground Practitioners registered with Ontario Parks Association are required to attend an update course when a new Z614: Children's playspaces and equipment standard is released by CSA. A new standard is released approximately every 5 years. If you wish to remain an OPA Registered Playground Practitioner in good standing you are required to take part in this half day update and pass the course test.


    Prerequisite: You MUST be a current RPP with OPA to attend this course. Your status will be confirmed prior to invoicing. If you are not a current RPP,  you will be notified and your registration will be cancelled.


    This course will review the recent changes to the CSA Z614:20 standard. Attendees will receive a wallet size card stating that they have attended the update and are still a current RPP with OPA. 

    Prior to attending the training, attendees are required to purchase a copy of the new CSA Z614:20 standard. The test at the end of the course is open book so attendees will need their own copy of the standard (sharing books with other class participants is not permitted). Attendees can choose to use either a hard copy of the book or an electronic PDF version which can be accessed on their tablet or other electronic device (so long as they can turn off the use of internet / text messaging for the test as any use of outside sources is considered cheating and will not receive a passing grade). Books can be purchased at the CSA Online Shop.

    DATE: Sept 29, 2021 - PLEASE NOTE THAT THE DATE HAS BEEN CHANGED FROM

                                               SEPTEMBER 30TH TO SEPTEMBER 29TH 

    TIME: 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM

    LOCATION: Online -  Webex (no download or account required)


    COURSE COST

    OPA Member: $200.00

    OPA Potential Member: $250.00


    This course counts as 1 credit towards your Parks Practitioner Designation.

    Register above online. An invoice will be sent to you within 24hrs of registering. Payment can be made online through the invoice you will receive or via cheque (made payable to Ontario Parks Association).

    Click here to read our registration policies.

    • 06 Oct 2021
    • 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Kitchener Operations Facility - 131 Goodrich Road, Kitchener, Ontario, N2C 1J3
    • 0

    The Ministry of Labour requires that all parks professionals who use a chainsaw on the job must be trained in the safe operation of a chainsaw. This one-day course is designed for those who will use a chainsaw for limbing, bucking and felling small trees (smaller than 5” dbh) and limbs that are on the ground. Course participants will be educated about chainsaw safety, maintenance, use and handling.


    The course will cover:  

    • Chainsaw safety
    • Starting and stopping techniques
    • Chainsaw maintenance
    • PPE
    • Limbing and bucking
    • Technical cutting & small tree felling


    **PLEASE NOTE**

    PARTICIPANTS MUST HAVE PROPER PPE IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS COURSE


    We also ask that participants wear masks and bring their own chainsaws to this training to protect against COVID-19. If you do not own a chainsaw or have access to one, please email Abby at training@ontarioparksassociation.ca.

    • Class E Type 2 helmet (within 5 years old)
    • Hearing protection (exceeds 85 decimals)
    • Gloves (comfortable fitting leather or composite)
    • Eye protection
    • Safety boots (Green Patch Safety approved with a minimum height of 7 eyelets)
    • Full leg chaps or chainsaw pants with UL label that is visible (3, 000 feet per minute (FPM) or greater)
    • Masks will be required at this event to protect against the spread of COVID-19
    • Hand and equipment sanitizer will be provided


    DATE: Wednesday, October 6th, 2021

    TIME: 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    LOCATION: Kitchener Operations Facility - 131 Goodrich Road, Kitchener, Ontario, N2C 1J3

    COURSE COST

    OPA Member: $290.00

    OPA Potential Member: $374.00


    This course counts as 1 credit towards your Parks Practitioner Designation.


    Please note that lunch will not be provided at this training. We encourage you to bring a bagged lunch and reusable water bottle with you for the day.

     

    Register above online. An invoice will be sent to you within 24hrs of registering. Payment can be made online through the invoice you will receive or via cheque (made payable to Ontario Parks Association).


    Click here to read our registration policies.


    Thank you and we hope to see you there!

    • 07 Oct 2021
    • 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Kitchener Operations Facility - 131 Goodrich Road, Kitchener, Ontario, N2C 1J3
    • 1

    The Ministry of Labour requires that all parks professionals who use a chainsaw on the job must be trained in the safe operation of a chainsaw. This one-day course is designed for those who will use a chainsaw for limbing, bucking and felling small trees (smaller than 5” dbh) and limbs that are on the ground. Course participants will be educated about chainsaw safety, maintenance, use and handling.


    The course will cover:  

    • Chainsaw safety
    • Starting and stopping techniques
    • Chainsaw maintenance
    • PPE
    • Limbing and bucking
    • Technical cutting & small tree felling


    **PLEASE NOTE**

    PARTICIPANTS MUST HAVE PROPER PPE IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS COURSE


    We also ask that participants wear masks and bring their own chainsaws to this training to protect against COVID-19. If you do not own a chainsaw or have access to one, please email Abby at training@ontarioparksassociation.ca.

    • Class E Type 2 helmet (within 5 years old)
    • Hearing protection (exceeds 85 decimals)
    • Gloves (comfortable fitting leather or composite)
    • Eye protection
    • Safety boots (Green Patch Safety approved with a minimum height of 7 eyelets)
    • Full leg chaps or chainsaw pants with UL label that is visible (3, 000 feet per minute (FPM) or greater)
    • Masks will be required at this event to protect against the spread of COVID-19
    • Hand and equipment sanitizer will be provided


    DATE: Thursday, October 7th, 2021

    TIME: 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    LOCATION: Kitchener Operations Facility - 131 Goodrich Road, Kitchener, Ontario, N2C 1J3

    COURSE COST

    OPA Member: $290.00

    OPA Potential Member: $374.00


    This course counts as 1 credit towards your Parks Practitioner Designation.


    Please note that lunch will not be provided at this training. We encourage you to bring a bagged lunch and reusable water bottle with you for the day.

     

    Register above online. An invoice will be sent to you within 24hrs of registering. Payment can be made online through the invoice you will receive or via cheque (made payable to Ontario Parks Association).


    Click here to read our registration policies.


    Thank you and we hope to see you there!

    • 07 Oct 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Online - Webex
    • 16
    Register

    In keeping with best practices, all Playground Practitioners registered with Ontario Parks Association are required to attend an update course when a new Z614: Children's playspaces and equipment standard is released by CSA. A new standard is released approximately every 5 years. If you wish to remain an OPA Registered Playground Practitioner in good standing you are required to take part in this half day update and pass the course test.


    Prerequisite: You MUST be a current RPP with OPA to attend this course. Your status will be confirmed prior to invoicing. If you are not a current RPP,  you will be notified and your registration will be cancelled.


    This course will review the recent changes to the CSA Z614:20 standard. Attendees will receive a wallet size card stating that they have attended the update and are still a current RPP with OPA. 

    Prior to attending the training, attendees are required to purchase a copy of the new CSA Z614:20 standard. The test at the end of the course is open book so attendees will need their own copy of the standard (sharing books with other class participants is not permitted). Attendees can choose to use either a hard copy of the book or an electronic PDF version which can be accessed on their tablet or other electronic device (so long as they can turn off the use of internet / text messaging for the test as any use of outside sources is considered cheating and will not receive a passing grade). Books can be purchased at the CSA Online Shop.

    DATE: Oct 7, 2021

    TIME: 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM

    LOCATION: Online -  Webex (no download or account required)


    COURSE COST

    OPA Member: $200.00

    OPA Potential Member: $250.00


    This course counts as 1 credit towards your Parks Practitioner Designation.

    Register above online. An invoice will be sent to you within 24hrs of registering. Payment can be made online through the invoice you will receive or via cheque (made payable to Ontario Parks Association).

    Click here to read our registration policies.

    • 13 Oct 2021
    • 7:30 AM
    • 14 Oct 2021
    • 3:30 PM
    • 51 Bexley St, Woodstock, ON N4S 5X7
    • 1
    Register

    The Department of Labour requires that all parks professionals who use chainsaws on the job be trained in their safe operation. This two-day seminar helps satisfy these requirements.

     

    The course will cover:

    • Safety regulations and PPE
    • Identification and inspection of all chainsaw safety components
    • Inspection and adjustment of a chainsaw
    • Starting and stopping techniques
    • Safe handling of a chainsaw
    • Woodlot assessment and hazards
    • Felling techniques for trees greater then 5" dbh
    • Bucking and limbing
    • Pole saw and cutting attachments
    • Competence test

    **PLEASE NOTE**

    PARTICIPANTS MUST HAVE PROPER PPE IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS COURSE

    • Class E Type 2 helmet (within 5 years old)
    • Hearing protection (exceeds 85 decimals)
    • Gloves (comfortable fitting leather or composite)
    • Eye protection
    • Safety Boots (Green Patch Safety approved with a minimum height of 7 eyelets)
    • Full leg chaps or Chainsaw Pants with UL label that is visible (3000 feet per minute (FPM) or greater)
    • Masks will be required at this event to protect against COVID-19


    In the past, OPA has supplied chainsaws. However, we now ask that you bring your own. If you do not have your own chainsaw or access to one, please email Abby at training@ontarioparksassociation.ca.

    DATE: October 13 & 14, 2021
    TIME: 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    LOCATION: 51 Bexley St, Woodstock, ON N4S 5X7 

    COURSE COST
    OPA Member: $475.00
    OPA Potential Member:  $611.00

    This course counts as 2 credits towards your Parks Practitioner Designation.

    Please note that lunch will not be provided at this training. We encourage you to bring a bagged lunch and reusable water bottle for both days.

    Register above online. An invoice will be sent to you within 24hrs of registering. Payment can be made online through the invoice you will receive or via cheque (made payable to Ontario Parks Association).

    Click here to read our registration policies.

    • 13 Oct 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Legion Field - Cobourg Community Centre - 750 D’Arcy Street, Cobourg, ON, K9A 0G1
    • 7
    Register

    Ball field's require regular maintenance to keep them looking good and in a safe condition for public use. This program will teach you how to maintain every aspect of your ball field, from home plate to infield through practical hands-on experiences. 


    Through this workshop you will be learning and practicing:

    • Safety issues and best practices
    • Equipment requirements
    • Home plate maintenance
    • Mound maintenance
    • Edge and lip maintenance
    • Infield grooming


    This course is hands-on and will be conducted outdoors, so proper PPE is mandatory (appropriate outdoor work clothes, steel toed boots, gloves, safety glasses, ear protection etc...).

      DATE: October 13, 2021

      TIME: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

      LOCATION: Legion Field - Cobourg Community Centre - 750 D’Arcy Street, Cobourg, ON K9A 0G1

      COURSE COST
      OPA Member Price: $255.00
      Potential Member Price: $356.00

      *Please note that lunch will not be provided at this training. We encourage you to bring a bagged lunch and water bottle for this session.

      This course counts as 1 credit towards your Parks Practitioner Designation.

      Register above online. An invoice will be sent to you within 24hrs of registering. Payment can be made online through the invoice you will receive or via cheque (made payable to Ontario Parks Association).

      Click here to read our registration policies.

      • 14 Oct 2021
      • 8:00 AM
      • 15 Oct 2021
      • 4:00 PM
      • Harrison Park Hall - 75 2nd Ave E, Owen Sound, ON N4K 5T2
      • 0

      This two-day course is an introduction to understand professional trail development and how it relates to trail maintenance. You will receive instruction on how to observe, detect, document and mitigate potential risk resulting from poor trail design, construction and maintenance. 


      This workshop combines in classroom theory and hands-on experiences. Participants will leave the course with a tool kit on how to create and implement a successful trail maintenance program. This course will cover all types of trails from natural surface single track to 3 metre wide crushed aggregate. 


      This course will cover:

      • Overview of Professional Trail Development
      • The Science and Art of Trail Building
      • Maintenance of Trails
      • Environmental Impacts
      • Liability Issues
      • Handwork and Trail Construction Techniques


      Participants are required to have a CSA approved hard hat, safety glasses, closed toe safety shoes/boots, and gloves. It is also recommended that the participant bring with them the following equipment to allow the opportunity for it to be integrated into the course and suit the specific needs/wants and desires of the participants.
      • Pin flags
      • Clinometer 
      • Pulaski
      • Mcleod rake
      • And/or any other trail building tools/equipment the organization, government agency or participant intends to use for trail design, building and maintenance. 

      DATE: October 14 - October 15, 2021

      TIME: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM - October 14 / 9:30 - 3:30 - October 15

      LOCATION: Harrison Park Hall - 75 2nd Ave E, Owen Sound, ON N4K 5T2


      COURSE COST

      OPA Member: $416.00

      OPA Potential Member: $653.00


      *Please note that lunch will not be provided at this training. We encourage you to bring a bagged lunch and reusable water bottle with you for both days.

      This course counts as 2 credits towards your Parks Practitioner Designation.

      Register above online. An invoice will be sent to you within 24hrs of registering. Payment can be made online through the invoice you will receive or via cheque (made payable to Ontario Parks Association).

      Click here to read our registration policies.

      • 08 Nov 2021
      • 8:00 AM
      • 12 Nov 2021
      • 5:00 PM
      • Town of Whitby Operations Building - 333 McKinney Drive Whitby, ON L1R 3M2
      • 0

      Ontario Parks Association (OPA) has developed the Registered Playground Practitioner Program to meet the needs of those involved and responsible for the hands-on inspections and maintenance of public playspaces and playground facilities.

      Safe Play - A High Priority

      Ontario Parks Association places a high priority and commitment on the provision of safe play structures in our public spaces. We want to help ensure that they are safe and accessible. OPA also emphasizes the strong need to educate caregivers, supervisors and others about the benefits of positive and safe play experiences for our children.

       

      What You Will Learn

      Attending this course will teach you about significantly lowering the risk of injuries in play areas by providing a safe outdoor learning experience for all. This course uses the CAN/CSA-Z614-20, Children's Playspaces and Equipment, as a base document for the three independent sections of the course. Ontario Parks Association instructors include experts from the industry including an architect, liability expert, lawyer, representative of the CSA Standards Association and others to give in-depth training on the following topics and includes an on-site demonstration at a local playground structure:


      Playspace Strategies Playspace Evaluation Playspace Management
      space requirements playvalue and hazard identification liability and insurance
      playability inspection and maintenance due diligence
      access/egress requirements surfacing evaluation contractual obligations
      playspace design record keeping risk management
      age appropriate issues CSA overview owner/operator responsibilities
      playspace materials corrective actions employee/manager responsibilities
      playspace construction   playvalue and practical choices


      Upon completion of the program and achievement of a passing grade in the written examination(s) the participant will be registered by Ontario Parks Association as a "Playground Practitioner" and is qualified to inspect playgrounds.

       

      OPA Registered Playground Practitioner Program is recognized as a playground safety course for inspectors by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services.


      Attendees are required to purchase a copy of the NEW CSA Z614 - 20 Standard. The test at the end of the course is open book so attendees will need their own copy (sharing books is not permitted). Attendees can choose to either use the PDF version and bring it on their tablet or other electronic device (so long as they can turn off the use of internet / text messaging for the test as any use of outside sources is considered cheating and will not receive a passing grade) or the hard copy of the book. Books can be purchased at the CSA Online Shop.


      PLEASE NOTE: meals are not provided at this training session. Attendees will be required to bring their own lunch, coffee and snacks.

      Click here to read our Registration Policies


      COVID-19 Screening:

      Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic we are taking steps to reduce the risk of all parties involved in our training programs. Prior to attending training there will be a screening form attendees are required to complete and all attendees and instructors are required to wear face coverings at all times. If you have any of the symptoms below, you may not attend your training session. You will be able to move your registration to a future session when you are symptom free. 

      • New or worsening signs or symptoms such as a cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny nose, sneezing, nasal congestion, hoarse voice, difficulty swallowing, new smell or taste disorders, nausea/vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, unexplained fatigue/malaise, chills, or headache?
      • Travelled outside of Canada or had close contact with anyone that has travelled outside of Canada in the past 14 days
      • A fever?
      • Close contact with anyone with respiratory illness or a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19?
      • Worked in a lab that tests for COVID-19 within the last 14 days
      • Diagnosed with COVID-19 within the last 14 days by a lab test or are you


      DATE: November 8 - 12, 2021

      TIME: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

      LOCATION: Town of Whitby Operations Building - 333 McKinney Drive, Whitby, ON L1R 3M2


      COURSE COST

      OPA Member: $1,306.00

      OPA Potential Member: $1,543.00


      Register above online. An invoice will be sent to you within 24hrs of registering. Payment can be made online through the invoice you will receive or via cheque (made payable to Ontario Parks Association).


      Click here to read our registration policies.

    Past events

    22 Sep 2021 Chainsaw Refresher - One Day Program (Private Session)
    22 Sep 2021 Chainsaw Safety Awareness - One Day Program (Private Session)
    16 Sep 2021 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training - One Day Program (Private City of Markham Session)
    15 Sep 2021 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training - One Day Program (Private City of Markham Session)
    09 Sep 2021 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    08 Sep 2021 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training - One Day Program (Private City of Markham Session)
    01 Sep 2021 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training - One Day Program (Private City of Markham Session)
    24 Jun 2021 Annual General Meetings of the OPA and the OPAF
    24 Jun 2021 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course (Private City of Vaughan Session - Day 3)
    23 Jun 2021 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course (Private City of Vaughan Session - Day 2)
    22 Jun 2021 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course (Private City of Vaughan Session - Day 1)
    17 Jun 2021 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    16 Jun 2021 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training - One Day Program (Private City of Kitchener Session)
    10 Jun 2021 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course (Private City of Toronto Session)
    03 Jun 2021 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    03 Jun 2021 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training- Two Day
    02 Jun 2021 Refresher Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training
    01 Jun 2021 Invasive Species Workshop
    26 May 2021 Practical Ball Field Clinic (POSTPONED)
    26 May 2021 Basic Chipper Operations and Handling Workshop
    20 May 2021 Refresher Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training
    13 May 2021 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    12 May 2021 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training- Two Day
    06 May 2021 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training - One Day Program
    03 May 2021 Trails Risk Management - Level 1 (Evening Sessions)
    03 May 2021 Trails Risk Management - Level 1 (Daytime Sessions)
    29 Apr 2021 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    28 Apr 2021 Irrigation Technician Workshop (POSTPONED)
    21 Apr 2021 Practical Ball Field Clinic (POSTPONED)
    15 Apr 2021 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    23 Mar 2021 Sports Turf Maintenance
    11 Mar 2021 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    23 Feb 2021 Parks Operations & Maintenance Webinar Series
    19 Feb 2021 Training Coordinator Opportunity
    11 Feb 2021 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    23 Nov 2020 Sports Turf Maintenance (formerly Managing & Maintaining Your Sports Turf Infrastructure)
    19 Nov 2020 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    18 Nov 2020 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    22 Oct 2020 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    21 Oct 2020 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    20 Oct 2020 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    30 Sep 2020 Invasive Species Workshop
    28 Sep 2020 How to Play Safe During COVID-19
    24 Sep 2020 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    23 Sep 2020 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    22 Sep 2020 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    17 Sep 2020 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    16 Sep 2020 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    15 Sep 2020 Registered Playground Practitioner Update Course
    13 Jul 2020 Spray Pad Practitioner Online
    23 Jun 2020 Spray Pad Practitioner Training Program
    22 Jun 2020 Spray Pad Practitioner Online
    09 Jun 2020 Trails Specialist Workshop
    27 May 2020 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training - One Day
    26 May 2020 Trails Specialist Workshop
    20 May 2020 Spray Pad Practitioner Training Program
    13 May 2020 Ball Diamond Maintenance and Best Practices Workshop
    06 May 2020 Refresher Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training
    04 May 2020 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training- Two Day
    28 Apr 2020 Irrigation Technician Workshop
    22 Apr 2020 Practical Ball Field Clinic
    20 Apr 2020 Parks Operations & Maintenance
    31 Mar 2020 Basic Chipper Operations & Safe Handling Training
    30 Mar 2020 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training ~ One Day
    25 Mar 2020 Invasive Species Workshop
    23 Mar 2020 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training- Two Day
    02 Mar 2020 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training- Two Day
    27 Feb 2020 64th Annual Parks Education Forum - Sponsorship Opportunities
    27 Feb 2020 64th Annual Parks Education Forum - Delegate Registration
    27 Feb 2020 64th Annual Parks Education Forum - Vendor Table Top Displays
    18 Nov 2019 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training- Two Day
    05 Nov 2019 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training- Two Day
    28 Oct 2019 Registered Playground Practitioner Program
    08 Oct 2019 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training ~ One Day
    23 Sep 2019 Trails Specialist Workshop
    19 Jun 2019 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training- Two Day
    17 Jun 2019 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training- Two Day
    13 Jun 2019 Spray Pad Practitioner Training Program
    06 Jun 2019 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training- Two Day
    05 Jun 2019 Refresher Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training
    28 May 2019 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training ~ One Day
    15 May 2019 Trails Specialist Workshop
    15 May 2019 Ball Diamond Maintenance and Best Practices Workshop
    13 May 2019 Spray Pad Practitioner Training Program
    08 May 2019 Ball Diamond Maintenance and Best Practices Workshop
    01 May 2019 Ball Diamond Maintenance and Best Practices Workshop
    24 Apr 2019 Irrigation Technician Workshop
    17 Apr 2019 Train the Trainer Workshop
    08 Apr 2019 Registered Playground Practitioner Program
    01 Apr 2019 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training- Two Day
    18 Mar 2019 Chainsaw Safety Awareness Training- Two Day
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