Training

HIGH FIVE Training

Dec 12, 2017 – Dec 13, 2017

Registration deadline: Dec 5, 2017

HIGH FIVE training certifies CSRCs, teachers/instructors, programmers, and recreation workers to be able to measure and track the quality of their programs. These assessments are part of the reporting requirements for the NC&SRCP, but the main objective is to help leaders identify areas within the structure of their programs where they can make positive changes to enhance the experience of children and youth!  

Training Details:

Training is open to recreation workers, teachers/instructors or programmers who work with youth in Northern Saskatchewan.

Community & School Recreation Coordinators (CSRCs) who have not been previously certified are required to attend.

Note: travel expenses to be charged back to each sites NC&SRCP training portion of the budget.

Tuesday, December 12th & Wednesday, December 13th, 2017
La Ronge, SK


Contact your NSCRD Community Relations Coordinator, or, Brandy Smart at (306) 922-2004 or more information. www.nscrd.com
For further information about HIGH FIVE training visit www.HIGHFIVE.org

 

HIGH FIVE QUEST 2 Quality Experience Scanning Tool

What is it?
A one-day training which teaches supervisors how to identify and manage risk as well as improve program quality through the use of the scientifically-validated QUEST 2 Tool.
Who is it for?
Supervisors of sport and recreation programs for children aged 6 to 12.
Why does it matter?
Supervisors learn to be proactive instead of reactive to risk management.
They will be able to identify areas of strength and weakness in programming, communicate action plans to staff and measure improvement in the quality of programs for children.

 

Principles of Healthy Childhood Development 

What is it?
A one-day training that teaches front-line leaders how to enhance the quality of the programs they are delivering. It provides in-depth knowledge of the Principles of healthy child development so front-line leaders understand what they need to do to ensure each child’s social, emotional and cognitive needs are met.
Who is it for?
Front-line leaders or anyone working with children aged 6 to 12 in a sport and recreation environment.
Why does it matter?
Leaders have a major impact on a child’s sport and recreation experience. The training is based in research and has been designed to equip leaders with activities, knowledge, tips and resources to enhance their programs as well as their relationships with children and other staff members.

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