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.

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Most workshops are being offered FREE until the District returns to in-person programming.

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The South West District believes that all people contribute to the diversity and richness of community culture, recreation and sport. Everyone is welcome and supported.

JUNE Sport Medicine and Science Workshop is Concussion Education
Tuesday, June 14, 12:00-1:00 PM
Zoom Online

This 60-minutes session is for coaches, parents, and sport administrators. Workshop will go into details on what a concussion is, how to identify one, and how to create and implement concussion management protocols and plans.

Facilitated by Kristie Mueller.

All sessions are free of charge and geared towards parents, guardians, and coaches of athletes ages 10-17.

Pre-registration is required 48 hours prior to the workshop.


Questions? Contact Brennen at or 306-693-7304.

Land Acknowledgment Workshop
Facilitated by Annie Battiste
A Hybrid Event, Join Us In Person or on Zoom
Registration is Limited
Thursday, June 16, 2022
6:30pm to 8:30pm
Physical Location 237 Central Ave North, Swift Current, SK

Registration Deadline Tuesday, June 14th at 5:00pm
The workshop is open to anyone from the South West District.
Registration will be limited to 10 persons in person and 15 persons online.

REGISTER to attend by ZOOM:

The South West District for Culture, Recreation, and Sport and the Southwest Newcomer Welcome Centre have partnered to deliver a land acknowledgment workshop that will be facilitated by Annie Battiste (Office of the Treaty Commissioner’s Speaker Bureau presenter). Annie will provide background knowledge and learning for anyone interested in deepening their understanding of what land acknowledgments are, how they are used, and tips and tricks to create your own for both organizations and personal use. Annie will give time within the workshop for participants to write, review, and discuss land acknowledgments together.

Annie Battiste, is a proud Mi’kmaw woman and member of Potlotek First Nation situated in Unama’ki (Cape Breton, Nova Scotia). She is a certified teacher, holding a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree (Educational Foundations) from the University of Saskatchewan.

Her work as a Reconciliation Consultant in anti-racism, treaty education, and Indigenous education is driven by her committed to social justice and improving treaty relationships within Indigenous and non-Indigenous organizations through deep reflection on their historical roots of Canada and its possibilities for new directions in empowerment of diverse groups and peoples.

This interactive workshop will be a hybrid event, meaning participants will have the opportunity to attend in person, at the Southwest Newcomer Welcome Centre, and virtually via zoom.

REGISTER to attend by ZOOM:

Questions? Contact Elizabeth at or 306-306-993-4828.

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