Fairhaven Recreation Director Warren Rensehausen recently passed the National Recreation and Parks Association’s Certified Park and Recreational Professional (CPRP) exam.
The CPRP certification is the national standard for all parks and recreation professionals who want to be at the forefront of their profession.
Attaining the CPRP designation shows that they have met education and experience qualifications and illustrates their commitment to their profession as well as their knowledge and understanding of key concepts within the parks and recreation field.
The CPRP exam is 150 questions (125 scored, 25 unscored pretest) and covers five core competencies: Operations, Programming, Human Resources, Finance and Communication. The exam includes a set of unscored sample questions to familiarize candidates with the structure.
The certification requires regular renewals through Continuing Education Units/Credits.
To learn more about the certification and the National Recreation and Parks Association, visit https://www.nrpa.org/certification/CPRP/
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