CLM8240 - Interpretive Foundations

Course CodeCLM8240
Course TitleInterpretive Foundations
Description

Interpretation provokes participation in resource stewardship and helps system visitors understand their relationships to, and impacts on, those resources. This class provides time-tested tools, and techniques for connecting visitors to the resources.
Once enrolled, participants will participate in the Eppley Institute online “Foundations of Interpretation self-study class'. This class must be completed prior to participation in the eight online, instructor-led sessions focused on FWS-specific interpretive topics.

Course Objectives:

Describe the history and philosophy of interpretation
Describe the interpretive process
Prepare theme, goals and objectives for a program
Recognize the importance of providing interpretation

Target Audience:

FWS staff who are involved in presenting Interpretive Programs

 

Delivery MethodOnline Instructor Led
Non-FWS Fee$200.00
Instructional Hours16
Credits/CEUs1.0
Course Content ContactLaurie Heupel; laurie_heupel@fws.gov; (304) 876-7486; laurie_heupel@fws.gov
Curriculum CategoryVisitor Services
Registration LinkLMS
DOI LEARN Course TypeILT
College Credit NameSemester Hours
College Credit Value1
Extracted from DOI LEARN on12/15/2018 3:30:20 AM

Schedule:  CLM8240 - Interpretive Foundations