Best-Practices

Best-Practices

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Feb. 16, 2016 Concussion Awareness Training Tool CATT for School Professionals, developed in partnership with the BC Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education and the GF Strong Rehabilitation Centre, provides educators and school administrators the necessary resources for supporting a concussed student in his/her integration back to school: • RECOGNIZE the signs and symptoms of a concussion • RESPOND to a concussion event • Understand what a... admin2 Link
Mar. 20, 2015 PoolSafeBC Courses PoolSafeBC is a one day course designed to train aquatic centre staff to recognize, evaluate, and control hazards in pool settings. The target audience for this course is aquatic programmers, lifeguards and maintenance staff. See flyer attached for more information. jrerecich
Mar. 17, 2015 HIGH FIVE Learning Lab Three short videos introducing HIGH FIVE. The videos are (1) HIGH FIVE Principles-and introduction to the principles and a great tool to share with leaders prior to a course (2) A Holistic Approach to Quality- outlines the importance of a comprehensive approach to quality for children's programs (3) HIGH FIVE Science- provides insight into the research behind HIGH FIVE, its tools... jrerecich HIGH FIVE National with LIN and Active After School Link
Jan. 30, 2015 Physical Literacy Manual Manual for leaders of kids programs - how to incorprate physical literacy into programming janetr City of Richmond
Dec. 2, 2014 After-School Webinar 2014 A webinar was hosted November 2014 to share best practices on after-school initiatives and programming in BC. The webinar featured an overview the after-school agenda, DASH BC shared their learnings from the After-School Sport and Arts Initiative, BCRPA shared the resources and training that are available to after-school leaders and the Kamloops School Board shared a best-practice. This document... jrerecich
Sep. 15, 2014 Community Workshop - help Northern BC be more physically active WINBC (Promotion of Wellness in Northern BC), a newly formed non-profit organization, is kicking off Fall with a collaborative planning workshop to help northern communities work together to make physical activity "prescriptions" successful. Exercise is medicine - the Role of the Community You are invited.... To join other cross sector stakeholders in an action planning session... admin2 Link
Jan. 30, 2014 Ken Dryden Concussion Symposium Professionals in the fields of research, sports and health care joined hockey legend Ken Dryden to discuss concussion in sport. bronwen_b BCIRPU Link
Dec. 10, 2013 I Can Swim I Can Swim is the most effective learn-to-swim program in Canada. Our program’s content, methods and skilled Teachers and Coaches ensure children learn to swim faster, learn more skills, and learn more rapidly than in any other program. jen_2 Link
Nov. 13, 2013 E-Learning The BCRPA has launched a new online learning site for recreation professionals. Learning 24-7, at your own pace, in your own space janetr BCRPA Link
Oct. 31, 2013 IGNITE! Arts Mentorship Program A series of one-on-one mentorship opportunities in specific media to youth aged 13-24 who want to pursue a career in the arts. We offer mentorships in Dance, Playwriting, Songwriting, Spoken Word, Directing [Scripted and Devised Material], Stage Design [Set and Costumes], Lighting Design, Stage Management, Publicity and Stage Photography. Participants take part in additional industry sessions... robert_1 The Cultch in East Vancouver , Link
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