Sask. Cup #8 & School Ski Championships
DON ALLEN TRAILS, LA RONGE
FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 2023
REGISTRATION MUST BE DONE ONLINE BY 7pm ON TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2024 AT https://zone4.ca/register.asp?id=34912
Join the hundreds of skiers who will ski through the scenic hills and beautiful forests of Lac La Ronge Provincial Park on March 1 and 2, 2024. With over 50 kilometres of ski trails groomed for both classic and skate technique and 8 different route distance options ranging from 2km to 55km, as well as an overnight winter camping event, there is truly something for everyone!
This Coaching opportunity is open to all residents in the Northern Sport, Culture & Recreation District at no cost!
This course is geared towards coaching players 11-14 years old but is also the required course for coaching in the upcoming Saskatchewan Summer Games and the Tony Cote Games.
How to Register for the Clinic
Visit gameplanbasketball.ca and either login or signup (if signing up, please choose the free version)
Once logged in go to the area that says Workshops.
Change the year to 2024.
Scroll to the Learn to Train Clinic for Cumberland House and click the register button.
A pop-up window will appear saying that this is a private clinic. In that pop-up, please enter code L2TCUMBERLAND and click continue (this allows them to register for free and BSI will be invoicing the NSCRD after the clinic for)
You will receive an email closer to the Clinic date with the logistics.
NSCRD and Sask Sport is hosting the Aboriginal Coaching Module Course in La Ronge at the Churchill Community High School, Saturday, December 2, 2023, at 9:00am-4:00pm.
There is no cost to this course however registration is required. Registration deadline is Friday, Nov. 24th at 3:00pm. Space is also limited so please register asap. (Registration Link below)
Course Description: ABORIGINAL COACHING MODULES
The ACM is a professional development training tool for all coaches, whether Indigenous or non-Indigenous, who coach Indigenous athletes. Offered as a workshop through the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP), its content reflects the uniqueness of Indigenous cultures, values, and lifestyles and is rolled out in three modules:
Aboriginal Coaching Module 1: Holistic Approach to Coaching
This module encompasses topics such as:
Creating a positive coaching environment
• The Medicine Wheel: a holistic approach to coaching that embraces the physical, mental, emotional, intellectual, cultural and spiritual.
• The Four Pillars value system.
• How to create constructive coach-to-community relationships.
Aboriginal Coaching Module 2: Dealing with Racism In Sport
This module addresses issues of racism in sport including:
Defining racism; a lexicon for use in the discussion of racism.
• Risk monitoring, assessment analysis and mitigation.
• Situational learning and application.
Aboriginal Coaching Module 3: Individual and Community Health and Wellness
This module focuses on the unique lifestyle, health situations and challenges that Aboriginal people may face. Topics include:
Understanding the community where you coach.
• Mental health and sport.
• Personal and community health practices.
• Diet and nutrition.
• Health conditions and diseases.
• Influencing change.
Course Information: Course starts at 9:00am to 4:00pm. Lunch is not provided.
To register, follow this link: https://thelocker.coach.ca/event/registration/9870 If a participant does not have an NCCP number, they can create an account through the locker and then they can register once they have an NCCP number. The NCCP number is required so that they receive credit for the course.
This course builds upon the Level 1 course. This 2-day advanced course provides a further review of facility maintenance practices. This course is designed to help Facility Operators and supervisors have a deeper understanding of the workings of their facilities. Knowing how systems function will help the Facility Operator and supervisor better understand when repairs are required and how to perform preventative maintenance. This course is designed to manage any type of municipal facilities including private facilities.
It allows practitioners to have a better level of communication with contractors and tradespeople for troubleshooting and coordinating repairs. This advanced course will help Facility Operators and supervisors understand how to troubleshoot, perform repairs, train staff, and implement lifecycle planning to get the most useful life from their assets.
Advanced topics covered along with class participation include:
Electrical and Plumbing
Building Envelop (Foundation, Cladding, Windows and Roofing)
Making the most of your schedule: Fundamentals of Time Management
Schedule management helps individuals and organizations focus on activities that contribute most to objectives that support making best use of time resources! Simply stated, priority management provides strategies and techniques to better manage ever-changing, competing and last-minute priorities! In addition, much time is often consumed in meetings. Attendees will gain extensive knowledge on successful meeting facilitation for small boards and groups, including tips, tricks and tools to reduce meeting times and to stay focused on the agenda! This workshop will focus on both individual time management as well as making meetings more productive, efficient and organized; providing a valuable professional development opportunity for board/committee volunteer members, directors, workers, coordinators, event planners and other staff as well as any others involved in groups, clubs and organizations!
Tuesday, March 14, 2023
Financial Management Basics: Best practices for groups, boards and non-profits
This workshop is an immersive session providing key financial elements every grassroots board member and staff should understand. This session will cover board financial responsibilities, financial planning/budgeting, roles of finance committee and treasurer and typical management staff responsibilities. Attendees will gain a solid understanding of financial risk, controls, policy, accounting concepts and how to read and interpret financial reports. This is a ‘must attend’ for anyone interested in increasing their non-profit financial literacy and taking away tools to support transparent and accountable financial management, which in turn contribute to the success, stability and sustainability of non-profit organizations!
Tuesday, March 21, 2023 Grant Writing: 101 for non-profits
For many non-profits, grants are very appealing! When considered among the variety of funding sources that are available, developing strong grant writing skills can result in additional resources for to support the important work of your organization. Grants provide the opportunity for an organization to make a significant impact within community that otherwise it would be unable to fund. The flip side is that grant writing can seem to be overwhelming or even confusing! This workshop session will focus on the basic and best practices of grant writing – how to get started and how to write strong and effective grant proposals!