Risk Management for Park, Recreation, and Leisure Services, 7th ed. (eBook available)
Risk Management for Park, Recreation, and Leisure Services provides park, recreation, and leisure services professionals a primer in risk management, tort liability, and negligence that gives them an awareness of legal liability and allows them to take the lead in managing risk within their organizations.
It covers topics from the emergency action plan, to the risk management plan, to managing employees through the lens of minimizing risk, to addressing risk at events and in facilities.
Financial Resource Management, 3rd ed.
Effective managers in sport, tourism, and leisure service organizations are required to have a wide variety of skills and a good understanding of all of the resources that they manage; they must know how to use their financial resources effectively.
Budgeting and long-term financial planning are areas of understanding and skill that every sport, tourism, and leisure service manager must develop and magnify. Financial Resource Management has been written with the needs of the sport, tourism, and leisure service manager in mind.
Compare our prices! The purpose of this study guide is to assist candidates in preparing for the NCTRC national certification examination for Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists.
We are excited to tell you that this fifth edition of the Study Guide for the Therapeutic Recreation Specialist Certification Examination has changed significantly from previous editions. Also available: Flashcards and Print and Flashcards Bundle!
It is time for the park and recreation profession to distinguish itself as a chief caretaker and celebrant of this planet’s wondrous web of life.
It is our obligation, our duty, to do everything in our power to create a more peaceful world, a more connected world, a more caring world, in our lifetime.
An extensive and up-to-date treatment on the topic of recreational therapy, the eighth edition of Therapeutic Recreation Processes and Techniques: Evidence-Based Recreational Therapy continues to focus on the practice of recreational therapy, with a philosophy of practice that has been consistent since the first edition in 1982.
Like prior editions, this new edition attempts to offer a theory-based, evidence-based, client-centered approach to practice, offering many new references and an expanded discussion of facilitation techniques.