NC&SRCP Spring Training
May 29, 2018 – May 30, 2018
Registration deadline: May 18, 2018
As a condition of funding for the NC&SRCP, this is a mandatory training for all Community & School Recreation Coordinators (CSRCs). CSRCs must attend the entire duration of the mandatory components of this training event.
Steering Committee Members and Community Partners are also welcome to attend.
- To provide personal and professional skill and leadership development opportunities (certification where applicable) for CSRCs and Community Partners.
- To support networking among Northern Community & School Recreation Coordinators and recreation leaders from Northern Saskatchewan.
There is no registration fee. Please fax registration forms no later than May 18, 2018.
TRAVEL & ACCOMMODATION:
All CSRC travel expenses are to be paid for through each site’s NC&SRCP grant training budget. All participants are responsible for making their own travel and accommodation arrangements in accordance with their respective employer policies.
Hotels will require a credit card or purchase order (P.O.) to confirm your booking. Each CSRC should follow the policies of their organization/school to ensure that expense cheques are processed in advance of the training and the hotel costs are covered according to their specific policies.
A block of rooms is reserved at the Travelodge Hotel Phone: (306) 764-6441, but must be booked no later than May 22nd, 2018.
All training sessions will take place at the following venues:
TRAVELODGE HOTEL - 3551 2ND AVENUE WEST
SENATOR ALLEN BIRD MEMORIAL CENTRE (GYMNASIUM) - 851 23RD STREET WEST
Tuesday, May 29th – Travelodge Hotel - Coronet Room
12:00 pm Lunch (provided)
Community & School Recreation Coordinators Roundtable
Northern Sport, Culture & Recreation District Area Updates
2:00 pm DBL Ball (Senator Allen Bird Memorial Centre - Gym)
4:00 pm Meme Making (Senator Allen Bird Memorial Centre – Stage)
6:00 pm Supper Break (on own)
7:00 pm Circus Arts Demonstration
8:00 pm Wrap Up
Wednesday, May 30th – Senator Allen Bird Memorial Centre - Gym
9:00 am Circus Arts Skills Seminar
12:00 pm Lunch (provided)
4:00 pm Wrap Up
For further information, contact your Community Relations
Coordinator or Brandy Smart, Program
Manager NC&SRCP Ph: 922-2004 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CIRCUS ARTS SKILLS with Fly’n Bob
Facilitated by: Bob Palmer – Fly’n Bob Entertainment.
This full day training will give participants the knowledge and skills to develop their local community recreational circus programs. Circus arts equipment is made available through the NC&SRCP Enhancement grant, or can be ordered separately. Skills will include: how to set up, tear down and maintain circus equipment; how to teach circus activities such as – plate spinning, juggling, feather balancing, handheld stilts, strap on stilts, tightwire, slack line, rola bola, flower sticks, diabolo.
Bob will also demonstrate some of these skills during an evening performance (open to family and friends).
Facilitated by: DBL Ball Quebec
The DBL Ball is a team sport where players can manipulate the ball by hand or foot. A very dynamic sport where the possibilities of actions are immense. The DBL Ball is inspired by the intensity of hockey, basketball dribbling, soccer footwork, volleyball smash, handball suspension, and even baseball sliding. Everyone can find their place on a DBL Ball pitch.
Participants will learn the skills and rules required to develop this new sport in their local recreation programs.
Facilitated by: Zoé Fortier
Fransaskois artist, arts educator and activist, and graphic designer, Zoé Fortier has a passion for the visual arts, as well as a conviction that culture is a space of expression and of dialogue. She sees an opportunity to build cultural understanding through the use of subtitle and surtitle technologies, which can create dialogue under equal terms, with each group allowed to express itself, and to manifest itself, without having to compromise an essential part of their culture’s expression.
Participants will learn how to facilitate inter-cultural meme making and creative expression programs in their local programming.Return to Listing