Our Workshops and Seminars
We employ our resources to provide essential information, guidelines and safety protocols in packaged workshops for all members of the sport community. Scroll for more.
Concussions can occur while participating in any sport or recreational activity. Since the circumstances under which a concussion can be sustained are so varied, it’s important for all coaches, parents, and athletes to be aware of the signs, symptoms, and what to do if a concussion occurs
Torn ACL Response Protocol
An immediate and specific response is crucial in cases of an ACL injury. This is in order to prevent the injury from complicating or worsening. Join us for an in-depth look from our trained professionals on what to do when this occurs. This training could be important if you’re a coach, a physical health educator, an athlete or even a parent.
Mental Health Awareness in Sport
Exercising and playing sport as research shows helps in improving all aspects of health, including mental health. However, playing sport does not exempt you from mental health issues, especially as a professional athlete. Which is why awareness and management of mental health has to be mandated just as equally as the physical training. We expand and address other impacted members such as coaches, physical health educators and so on.
Injury prevention is an important part of sport program planning. With a simple injury prevention measure, one can drastically reduce injury risks, individual costs, treatment and recovery drawbacks.
Action Plan | Risk Management
This is more of an expanded workshop that goes beyond our injury prevention workshop into damage, liability and insurance reservation. In our injury prevention workshop, we take precautionary steps targeting known risks. However, here we take a look at a continued role of risk identification, risk assessment, planning for newly identified risks, monitoring trigger conditions, establishing contingency plans, and regular risk reporting.
Inclusivity in Sport
It is important as a provincial sport organization to put into action and the principle of inclusivity into the sport community. There are unrepresented people and communities interested in sport and recreation but are kept at bay either by lack of information, unfamiliarity with sport, financial barriers, language barriers, organizational policies and practices and so on. These groups of people span from First Nations peoples to individuals experiencing disability, to Newcomer families. It is our responsible to make our programs accessible and available to everyone. In this workshop, we cover how we as a sport community can implement strategies of inclusivity and essentially, how to ‘walk the talk’.
Nutrition | Weight Management
Nutrition as we know is crucial for athlete development because it can make or break an athlete’s strength, training, performance and recovery. We are going to cover the basis of nutrition and what foods to invest your money in, based on your performance needs and weight goals. We also going to take a step further on teaching autonomy and how to encourage mental control and discipline when it comes to the topic at hand.