Training You Can Use Right Now
From grant writing to social media, or volunteer development to coaching clinics, we make your training needs happen. Workshop topics change every year and are selected to match the needs of our communities and their residents. Its training you can use right now.
Watch for details on these upcoming training opportunities:
- Museums Grants Stream 1/2/3
- Volunteer Engagement
Here's what you missed!
MAKING ETHICAL DECISIONS WORKSHOP
Sunday, May 29, 2016
SPORT TAPING CLINIC
Saturday, June 11, 2016
GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP IN SWIFT CURRENT
Swift Current - Hosted by Seeds for Success
April 9th, 2016
GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP IN CORONACH
Coronach - Hosted by the RM of Hart Butte
March 12th, 2016
READY, SET, GO!
PLANNING FOR LGBT DIVERSITY IN COMMUNITY RECREATION
Tuesday, March 8
Looking for training?
There are over 850 NCCP workshops available at every level of sport, from 3-hour online introductory workshops, to weekend workshops for intermediate coaches, to intensive yearly training programs for advanced coaches.
What courses do you need to coach? Check out the following link to find out what NCCP training your sport requires.
Looking for the current NCCP schedule? Check out the following link to find out which NCCP training is being offered right now.
Looking for a coaching clinic or coaches training program a little closer to home? Contact the SWDCRS Maple Creek program office we'll help you set up just the right program in your home community.
SPORT MEDICINE WORKSHOPS
Do you need training for your work with athletes? Would training for your team help their performance? Is a workshop from the Sport Medicine & Science Council of Saskatchewan the answer? A partnership between the South West District for Culture, Recreation and Sport and the SMSCS offers free workshops to communities and organizations in the south west.
Linking you with professional training in the science behind the sport, the District will cover costs for the facilitator and ask communities to provide a facility and AV equipment.
- Mental Training – topics include team building, mental imagery, practice effectiveness, and self-talk
- Strength and Conditioning
- Sport Nutrition/Supplements
- Biomechanical Analysis
- Exercise Physiology Programming
- Sport 1st Aid
- Sport Taping – small charge per participant to cover the cost of taping supplies
- Initial Injury Assessment
- Medical Coverage of Events
- Drug Education and Doping Control
- Injury Prevention and Concussion Education
Workshops range from 1.5 to 7 hours in length.
Do any of the above workshops sound like what you and your group needs to improve your athletic performance? Contact the SWDCRS Maple Creek program office to find out how you can host a workshop.