Best Management Practices for Athletic Field Safety

Type
Course
Date of Publication
October 18, 2021
Price
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Overview

Once you finish this course, you will receive a Certificate of Completion. The Certificate of Completion shows that you have completed the course, but does not qualify for continuing education credit, or CEU. A separate version of this course will be made available for CEU credit. Once the CEU version of the course is available, a link will be added here. This course is intended for professional turfgrass parks and recreation managers, sports field managers, or landscaping specialists.

Once you finish this course, you will receive a Certificate of Completion. The Certificate of Completion shows that you have completed the course, but does not qualify for continuing education credit, or CEU. A separate version of this course will be made available for CEU credit. Once the CEU version of the course is available, a link will be added here. Course Information This course will introduce you to best management practices for athletic field safety. After you finish this course, you will be able to: identify the differences between natural and synthetic turf recognize the importance of field safety recognize metrics used to measure field safety name and compare available field-testing instrumentation discuss best management practices to ensure your field is safe and playable Pros in Parks SeriesThis course is part of the Pros in Parks series. Here are the other courses in the series:Safety Perceptions and Practices in Municipal Parks and Open SpacesIntroduction to Park and Open Space Maintenance PlanningSustainable Stream Management in Public ParksCertification requirements: To earn the Certificate of Completion, you will need to view all of the course material and pass the post-test with a minimum score of 100%. You will have unlimited chances to pass the post-test.

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