Eppley announces grand opening sale for e-courses

To celebrate the launch of our new website, the Eppley Institute is offering a $10 discount coupon for one e-course of your choice if you enroll by April 1, 2010. Use coupon code LEARN2SAVE1001

National Trainer Development Program

Indiana University’s Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands has successfully launched the new National Trainer Development Program (NTDP) on behalf of the National Park Service (NPS), U.S. Department of Interior. The program has

Free Online Wilderness Training Courses Now Available

The Eppley Institute announces the revision and launch of six e-courses on wilderness stewardship and management produced in partnership with the Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center: The Wilderness Act of 1964 Minimum Requirements Analysis

Phase II of Public Access Management Plan Completed

The Public Access Needs Assessment is the result of a collaborative project between the IDNR Lake Michigan Coastal Program and the Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands. The Needs Assessment provides recommendations for

Asset Management for Superintendents Classroom Course Pilots

December marked the pilot of the classroom course for Asset Management for Superintendents in Washington, DC. Partnering with the NPS, the Eppley Institute developed one of the first asset management trainings geared specifically for

NIRPC public engagement effort complete

The Eppley Institute recently completed a public engagement effort in Northwestern Indiana to inform private property owners along the shoreline of Lake Michigan about their ownership rights. The Eppley Institute facilitated public meetings and

Eppley Institute Designs Software Simulation Training

The Eppley Institute, in partnership with the National Park Service, has completed the Facility Management Software System (FMSS) pilot classroom course. Taught from a “day in the life” perspective, the curricula are focused on

NPS National Trainer Development Program

After a successful pilot program of the National Park Service Trainer Development Program completed in the Fall of 2009, a new cohort will begin in January of 2010. This program has a unique design