Professional Development

Workshops

In addition to our annual conferences, RRS offers a range of continuing education opportunities based on industry needs.

Webinars, on-demand trainings

Our training typically offer Continuing Education Units (CEU) that may apply to Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) credit. Depending on the topic, we may also provide American Planning Association (APA) continuing education credit opportunities.

Course & Workshop Policies

Registering with REPORTER: Creating an account, for you or others.

Payments & Registration: RRS accepts PCI compliant credit card payments when you register in REPORTER. Organizations have the option to pay for multiple attendees at one time. Please contact our office if you need assistance with registration or payment processing. Additional assistance for registration or payment issues can also be obtained thru the Reporter Help Desk at reporter_support@ncsu.edu.

Cancellations: Please review the RRS Cancellation Policies.

NCPRDC

SAVE THE DATE
February 8-10, 2023
Sheraton Imperial, RTP (Durham, NC)

New Directors attending first NCPRDC may register for $55! Contact RRS for the discount code.

Interested in being a sponsor of the NCPRDC? Sponsor opportunities for the 2023 Conference will be open in the Fall of 2022. Please contact RRS if you would like to be added to the email notification list for NCPRDC

Already a Sponsor? Make sure to review the NCPRDC 2022 FAQ’s

About NCPRDC:
The North Carolina Municipal and County Parks and Recreation Directors Conference is an annual education and networking event for North Carolina’s park and recreation directors. The first event was organized in 1947 under the leadership of the Department of Leisure Studies at UNC-Chapel Hill. Recreation Resources Service now assists the planning committee with coordinating and managing the conference. The conference mission, both then and now is to bring department directors together to discuss the challenges and opportunities for improving parks and recreation both within their own departments, and the state. Support for the conference from directors, retired directors, and partners from NC university park and recreation departments have maintained its relevance and purpose over 70 years later