As new information and resources become available to help manage the situation around COVID-19, our priority is to share these with the sport community.
New this week:
- Our auditor PwC is hosting a webinar on Friday, April 17 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. EST (9 a.m. PST) on the topic: Strategizing during periods of uncertainty. Register here.
- A list of coaching resources and education opportunities
NCCP Online Delivery
We are offering a number of core multi-sport NCCP courses via Online Delivery. Participate in a live, online classroom setting to continue your coach training. View the courses offered and more information here.
NCCP Home Study
Complete a multi-sport NCCP module at your own pace through our Home Study program. View available courses here.
Certain multi-sport NCCP training is available as on-demand eLearning in the Locker. NCCP Sport Nutrition ($20.00) and Making Head Way (free), are great modules to start with.
CAC Safe Sport Training
Everyone has a part to play when it comes to making sport safe and inclusive for all. The Coaching Association of Canada has developed Safe Sport Training to give you the knowledge and skills to create safe environments by recognizing, addressing and preventing maltreatment in sport. Take the training here.
CSI Pacific Speaker Series
Canadian Sport Institute Pacific has a speaker series covering a variety of topics to support athletes from mental health, to training tips during this time. View their on-demand page for access to free presentations.
Canucks Autism Network
CAN is offering an eLearning module: Supporting Positive Behaviour, which focuses on managing group behaviour when working with kids of all abilities. Access the resource here for free using the code: JSCAN-A2B3C4D.
We will continue to share updates related to the sport sector on an ongoing basis at this webpage. We have also compiled a list of resources on financial assistance and information. In an effort to consolidate questions around grants and funding for sport programs, we have a frequently asked questions page available.
We will regularly update these resources and keep you informed on the impact on the sector through Facebook, Twitter and Instagr
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From all of us at Bowls BC and viaSport, we hope you are all keeping safe and healthy.