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National Monuments and Conservation Areas Course of Study

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This course of study explores the management of national monuments and conservation areas on Bureau of Land Management-managed land.
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This course of study is designed to help Bureau of Land Management employees learn more about the management of national monuments and conservation areas

This course of study is self-paced allowing you flexibility in the time needed to complete the modules. You decide the order and progression you’d like to take, allowing you to revisit and review sections in greater depth as needed. You may also complete only the modules you need, rather than the entire course of study.

Elements of the course of study:
  • Informational text
  • Engaging videos
  • Real-life examples and case studies
  • Links to resource manuals and documents
  • Interactive practice activities
  • Informal assessment quizzes
  • Final assessments
  • Certificates of Completion for each module, as well as an overall Certificate of Completion for the Course of Study

Following each module, you will complete an assessment which requires you to demonstrate your understanding of key course concepts. Upon successful completion of the assessment, you will be awarded an electronic certificate of completion. If you successfully complete all 5 modules, you will be awarded an electronic course of study certificate of completion.Course Outline

The modules included in this course of study are:

  • Module 1: Basics
  • Module 2: Interim Guidance
  • Module 3: Planning Guidance
  • Module 4: Program Guidance
  • Module 5: Administrative Guiance
Course Objectives

After completing all five modules in this course of study, participants should be able to:

  1. Describe national monument and national conservation area designations, the history of the program, and the foundations of the BLM Manual 6220.
  2. Describe interim actions to follow after designation and prior to completion of the land use plan.
  3. Discuss the nuances of land use planning for national monuments and national conservation areas.
  4. Explain managing special considerations for programs and uses within national monuments and national conservation areas.
  5. Describe the organizational structure, administrative requirements, and other key topics for national monuments and national conservation areas.
Prerequisites

There are no required prerequisites for this course of study.

Frequently Asked Questions

Aside from an internet connection, what resources will I need for the course?

No additional resources are required for this course.

Will I get a certificate after completing the course?

Yes! All courses include a final assessment to evaluate your understanding of key course concepts. A certificate of completion will be offered to you if you complete the assessment with a score of 80% or higher. You will earn a certificate of completion for a certificate program after completing all program assignments and the assessments with a score of 80% or higher.

Why should I take this course?

Each Eppley e-course is designed collaboratively among experienced instructional designers, subject matter experts, and our partner organizations and institutions. The course curriculum includes current information and best practices in the field and is recognized by national leaders in parks, recreation, and land management. Not only will this course benefit your career by expanding your knowledge base, but it will also enhance your application and problem-solving skills.

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