Add Value to your Conference Experience with Learning Credits

Canadian Parks and Recreation Association - Parks & Recreation Professional

Educational conference sessions can be counted towards the CPRA Parks and Recreation Professional Certification.

  • Earn up to 9.5 learning credits (LC) for attending all of the conference
  • Earn 1.0 LC for attending most education sessions (i.e., keynotes and presentations)
  • Earn up to 3 LC for attending half-day pre-conference workshops, and 7 LC for attending the full day workshops.

The Parks and Recreation Professional Certification (PRP) is the Canadian standard for those who want to be leaders in their profession. The PRP certification shows that you have the unique knowledge, skills and abilities needed to drive the profession forward. It also demonstrates your commitment to ongoing professional development.
To find out why the PRP is right for you,visit

*Attendees must attend the entire session or workshop to earn the credits. Please note that non-educational sessions are not eligible for LCs. See the conference app and onsite guide for further information on session credits.

Alberta association of landscape architects - Continuous Education Program

Professional development through continuing education ensures that members are well equipped to meet professional obligations to clients, the public and the profession at large, while remaining current with contemporary technology and industry practices.

The AALA currently has a mandatory Continuous Education Program (CEP) which requires members to track their professional development. Basic requirements of the CEP are:

  • Members are required to accumulate an average of 10 Professional Development Unites (PDUs) per year on a 3-year rolling average.
  • 1 PDU = approximately 3 hours of educational, professional or volunteer activity
  • Members must submit their logs in order to pay annual dues.

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Alberta Theraputic Recreation Association - Continuing education Units
*coming in 2019

Welcome Alberta Theraputic Recreation Association (ATRA) members to this year’s ARPA conference! ATRA is the professional association for Recreation Therapists in Alberta.

Professional Membership with ATRA requires mandatory participation in a Continuing Competence Program (CCP). This commitment ensures Albertans receive therapeutic recreation service from capable, knowledgeable and skilled practitioners who are able to apply advances in the profession. ATRA members maintain their membership by completing 45 continuing education credits (CEU) every three years. By attending educational conference sessions, you can earn ATRA CEUs.

Attendees must attend the entire session or workshop to earn CEUs. 1 hour of education = 1.0 CEU. Non-educational sessions are not eligible for CEUs, for example: activity sessions or receptions.

If ATRA members have specific questions about this year’s ARPA conference sessions and their CEU eligibility, you may contact us at: