Friday, April 4, 2014

Certified Interpretive Guide Training Workshop - begins April 28th

Do you want to create meaningful experiences and memories that last a lifetime?

The Hill Country Alliance (HCA) and Travis Audubon are offering an Interpretation class that will help
you connect the minds and hearts of your audience to the beauty of nature and the mysteries of

The more hearts we touch, the more minds we inspire,
the better the future for our Hill Country.

Certified Interpretive Guide Training Workshop #4
 Monday and Tuesday, April 28 & 29, 2014 and 
Monday and Tuesday, May 5 & 6, 2014
at a Private ranch near Austin, TX
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Hill Country Alliance, in partnership with the National Association for
(NAI), is offering a course for anyone who delivers messages about natural,
cultural or historic sites or who would generally like to more effectively connect with
audiences of any size about the importance of protecting the Hill Country.

This 32-hour class will teach you to:
- Emotionally connect the audience with the presentation topic.
- Use recent research on social behavior and learning.
- Tailor programs for diverse audiences and various learning styles.
- Improve communication and presentation skills.
- Design and practice a full presentation by the end of the course.

Clark Hancock, Certified Interpretive Trainer: or call (512) 507-1627.

Course only: $245 or Course with NAI Certification: $375
Fees include materials

Scholarships may be considered on request. This is a small class, only 12 seats
are available. Please email for more information
and to begin registration.

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