Microlearning videos provide online learners with the knowledge and skill development they require to achieve their objectives. Here are a few from the employees at the National Conservation Training Center (NCTC). Hoover your mouse over the title to see the description of the video.
Climate Adaptation | Collaboration and Conflict Transformation | Conservation Policy | Decision Analysis | Know Your Mission
Natural resource managers and conservation professionals face challenges and uncertainty with the changing climate. The videos below describe the various aspects of climate change impacts to natural resource management, addressing uncertainty as it relates to climate change, understanding and using climate models, and addressing future climate scenarios. They serve to complement the ‘Climate Fundamentals for USFWS Employees’ training.
Collaboration and Conflict Transformation in Multiparty Processes
Natural resource managers and conservation professionals involved in multiparty collaborative decision processes face increasingly complex decisions where underlying conflict can undermine their efficacy if unknown or inappropriately addressed. Distinct from workplace interpersonal conflict, these short videos focus on working with conflict in the context of a collaborative decision process. These select topics were chosen:
Are you ready for a collaborative process?
These courses explore mission relevant policies and planning topics. Participants learn how to locate, interpret, and apply regulations resulting from policy and law. You can view all videos in this series by going to the Section 7 Interagency Consultation YouTube playlist.
Sec 7 Interagency Consultation
These videos build the knowledge and skills needed to make better decisions. Most videos are based on the Problem, Objectives, Alternatives, Consequences & Tradeoffs (PrOACT) model and the Structured Decision Making (SDM) process.
Know Your Mission
The ‘Know Your Mission series’ is intended to introduce new employees or employees with new responsibilities to the laws, policies, and guidance that the Service operates under.