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Friday, May 14, 2021

On-demand 2021 Programmers School

Start Date: 4/27/2021 8:30 AM CDT
End Date: 5/14/2021 12:00 AM CDT

TN  United States 

Organization Name: TRPA

Email: info@trpa.net
Phone: (615) 790-0041

Presented by: Ethnic Minority Interest Section (EMIS) and Recreation and Programmers Branch 

Please be sure your email is entered correctly in this registration.  After staff gets your information loaded into the education system (usually within 24 hours during the business week), we will email you a link to access the content.  If you have any questions, please call us at 615-790-0041 before registering.  Please make sure you go through the complete registration process and receive a confirmation email.  If you do not receive a confirmation email with 24 hours, we have not received your registration.  Please call us and we will assist.

Amerigroup (0.1 CEU)
Learn how to develop a partnership with Amerigroup.   Speaker: Kelly Shearin, Director, Member Experience and Strategic Partnerships, Amerigroup
Employee Retention: Retaining Seasonal Part-Time Staff & Lifeguards (0.1 CEU)
We will highlight an organization’s concerted efforts to retain existing staff and identify innovative strategies businesses can employ to retain seasonal/part-time staff and lifeguards.  Speaker: Amanda Brunner, Assistant Aquatics Manager & Derek Dent, Fitness Manager, Bartlett Parks & Recreation
The Aftermath of Covid’s lockdown (0.1 CEU)
Some people thrived while working from home during Covid, and some people struggled.  Do you know how to tell the difference and how to help those that may be struggling?  During this session you will learn some ways to cope yourself and also help others. Speaker: Leah Gray, Program Manager, NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
What Does Social Distancing Look Like at Your Location? (0.1 CEU)
Join our panel for a discussion of what social distancing looks like in programs from different departments around the state.
KORE Mobile Outreach, The Beginning (0.1 CEU) 
Megan who has been “driving” their KORE Mobile Outreach program since it’s start in summer of 2019, and will talk about how she got it “rolling”, touching on how she began developing partnerships, navigating different population dynamics, the truck itself, and what she has learned along the way!  Speaker: Megan Gerlach, Knoxville Parks & Recreation
Lights, Camera, Mute – Proper Etiquette in a Virtual World  (0.1 CEU)
Get tips on how to properly attend and present in a virtual environment. Speaker: LeMeka Ivy
Sessions will be available to registered participants until May 13, 2021
Registration Deadline 5/5/2021

Online Registration

Registration is Closed
Closed: 5/6/2021 12:00 AM

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