Out in the field, miscommunication with Spanish-speaking park visitors compromises the safety of all involved. This course features Spanish phrases specifically designed to help park rangers, wildlife officers, and parks/recreation department staff work more effectively out in the field. From greeting park visitors, to explaining park rules and regulations, to Spanish terms for fishing, hunting, wildlife and weather conditions, Spanish for Park Rangers provides tools for communicating with Spanish-speaking visitors.
To receive a certificate, you must complete the following: Spend 15 hours online (the program automatically tracks your time) and complete the online course assessments.
**This course is not appropriate for minors. Some subject matter and Alert Words include translations of vulgar language intended only for state and local public safety professions. For complete course details, please visit the Language Authority web site.
$119 for 6 months of unlimited access.
The University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education is pleased to offer this course in partnership with Language Authority. To register, please visit the Language Authority web site.