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Education & Training

Businesses in this category provide some or all of the following services: <p>Universities and colleges, trainings, certification, workshops, facilitation, materials, books and resources</p>
John Veverka & Associates
Interpretive Master Planning, Interpretive Training - College level interpretive courses through interpretation e-LIVE courses, Interpretive Writing and Visitor Studies/Research, Marketing Analysis and Visitor Base Development.
Lansing, MI | Categories: Interpretive Tourism, Interpretive Planning, Education & Training
Outdoor Adventure Naturalist Program: Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley
Training adventure/nature/interpretive guides for the outdoor adventure tourism industry. Graduates are highly skilled in outdoor pursuits; interpretive planning and delivery as well as the business of adventure tourism. Guides are currently working in all sectors (both geographically and programmatically speaking) of the outdoor adventure tourism industry.
Pembroke, ON | Categories: Education & Training
Museum Education Monitor
Museum Education Monitor (MEM) is a monthly electronic e-newsletter in which I track and record research and resources in museum education worldwide. The aim of MEM is to help create a 'road map' to new and current learning in museum education. Its goal is to enhance the development of theory and practice in the field by both academics and museum workers.
Whitby, ON | Categories: Technology, Education & Training, Research
Salt Frog
Salt Frog provides writing and planning services in heritage interpretation and environmental education. Led by principal Liz Crocker, Salt Frog is located in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Victoria, BC | Categories: Exhibits, Interpretive Planning, Education & Training
Interpretation - Making a Difference on Purpose; new book by Sam H. Ham (2013)
In this book's ten chapters, Sam makes the point that interpretation isn't magic (meaning it's not a collection of tricks and gimmicks that defy logical explanation). On the contrary, he treats interpretation as strategy - the purposeful design and delivery of communication that stands a better chance of making a difference on purpose with the kinds of audiences most interpreters encounter.
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Interpretive Guides Association
The Interpretive Guides Association is a professional body representing interpretive guides working in Canada's mountain parks. We offer interpretive training courses, professional development and guide support services.&#13;
Banff, AB | Categories: Education & Training
EcoLeaders Interpretation
We deliver interpretive plans and projects. Our focus is on detailed understandings of your site’s mandates, features and visitors. Our objective is to deliver powerful, meaningful, accurate, learning experiences that fit the needs, interests and capabilities of target participants.
Bowen Island in Metro Vancouver, BC | Categories: Exhibits, Interpretive Planning, Education & Training

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