To enable recreation and parks to thrive we must educate. Recreation Manitoba strives to support the ongoing development of recreation professionals by providing opportunity and environments for learning, fostering communication, collaboration and innovation alongside industry leaders.
April 24-26 Aquatic Facility Operator *Registration opening soon*
April/May TBD Refrigeration Operator Level 1
May TBD Turf Management
August TBD Ice Making & Painting
September TBD Arena Ice Maintenance
October TBD Refrigeration Operator Level 2
November TBD Aquatic Facility Operator
December TBD Aquatic Facility Management
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When a course or training opportunity is scheduled, Recreation Manitoba will notify participants on this list first.
Working in the recreation and parks sector requires a unique and diverse set of knowledge, skills and attitudes. The CPRA Professional Development Certification Program (CPRA PDC) fosters continual growth of these competencies through accessible professional development that creates a national standard and network that will strengthen the credibility and quality of its practitioners.
CPRA PDC is a Canadian Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA) initiative and is currently delivered through the Alberta Recreation and Parks Association (ARPA). CPRA is the national voice of recreation and parks. Its vibrant network of members and partners exists to build healthy communities and enhance the quality of life and environments for all Canadians.
The CPRA Professional Development Certificate demonstrates your commitment to professional development. Certification takes up to two years to complete and is valid for three years.