NC&SRCP Spring Training
May 15, 2017 – May 17, 2017
Registration deadline: May 1, 2017
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 to enhance the ability to do their jobs.
• To support networking among Northern Community & School Recreation Coordinators.
There is no registration fee. Please fax registration forms no later than May 1st, 2017.
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 1st, 2017.
Travelodge Hotel - 3551 2nd Avenue West
Parkland Hall - 1510 9th Avenue West
Monday, May 15th – Travelodge Hotel
5:00pm Supper (provided)
5:30pm to 8:00pm Community & School Recreation Coordinators Roundtable
Northern Sport, Culture & Recreation District Area Updates
Annual Program Plan & Statistics Online Tool
Tuesday, May 16th – Travelodge Hotel
8:00am Breakfast (provided)
9:00am to 5:00pm HIGH FIVE® Strengthening Children’s Mental Health (lunch provided)
Wednesday, May 17th – Parkland Hall
8:00am Breakfast (provided at the Travelodge)
9:00am to 1:00pm Floorball Workshop (lunch provided)
For further information, contact your Community Relations
Coordinator or Brandy Smart, Program
Manager NC&SRCP Ph: 922-2004 Email: email@example.com
HIGH FIVE® Strengthening Children’s Mental Health
Facilitated by: Heidi Carl, Programs Manager Boys & Girls Club of Saskatchewan
This one-day in-person training, developed in collaboration with
Mental Health Association, Ontario, will help anyone running children’s
programs be more informed and prepared to support their staff in promoting
positive mental health in children. Participants will learn key concepts and
factors that affect children’s mental health including the impact of stress and
environment on a child’s ability to cope. This training will provide tools and
suggested activities to use with staff to help improve their understanding and
interactions with children who face challenges in their programs.
At the completion of this training, learners will be able to
identify key concepts
related to children’s mental health, as well as strategies to help staff promote
positive mental health and respond appropriately to children with challenges
and/or mental health conditions.
Facilitated by: Floorball Canada & Hockey Canada
Floorball is an indoor team sport that is a branch of floor
hockey and is played
year-round at the amateur and professional level. Floorball was invented in
Gothenburg, Sweden in the early 1970s and was originally played for fun as a
past time in school. As the sport gained popularity, formal rules were developed
and clubs began to form.
In 1986, the International Floorball Federation (IFF) was founded and was
mainly created by those who couldn’t skate well enough to play ice hockey.
However, floorball serves as an excellent complementary sport to ice hockey as
it allows for the development of many similar skills.
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