Attached you will find a flier with some background on The Park & Recreation Maintenance Management School. While financial times are tough, and maybe even causing you to have restrictions on travel, this school is well worth the investment. This is what Michael Tully, Director of Operations and Public Safety, Lake County Forest Preserve District, Illinois, had to say about the The Park & Recreation Maintenance Management School:
“Thanks for the invitation. The Lake County Forest Preserve District boasts seven
graduates (I'm one of them), and have our eighth attendee scheduled to graduate
next year. It’s a great program and we will continue to send our front line maintenance
As you make your plans for the coming year, this professional development program should be seriously considered. It takes place in early February 2011, and is perfect for you or your parks, operations, and maintenance staff. In fact, when you consider the fees include tuition, lodge room, three meals a day, a closing graduation banquet, and all taxes, this is a steal!
Whether it is facility or parks maintenance, long-range planning, or management skills you wish to develop for yourself or your staff, The Park & Recreation Maintenance Management School sponsored by NRPA, North Carolina State University, and The National Training Center at Oglebay is the place to go.
This program is perfect for developing your future leaders and managers in your parks departments. Registration is taking place, now, and the program does fill fast, so be sure to register your staff as soon as possible.
Maintenance Management School