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With the goal to ensure that all Provincial Sport Organizations in B.C. operate with a high level of effectiveness and impact, viaSport is committed to providing resources and education as professional development to our Partner organizations.
Click here for a snapshot of events that are occurring throughout the year. See below for a listing of upcoming events.
For a list of coaching related events see the coaching calendar.
This session on Thursday October 19, 2017 will be broken into two parts:
1) An update on concussion protocols - led by BCIRPU & SportMedBC
2) Minimizing sport risks - led by Sport & Law Strategy Group
Brand Building 101 is an introduction to the basics of strategic communications designed to help you build your audiences and, ultimately, your revenues.
This session on Wednesday November 8, 2017 will address what even the smallest of PSOs could and should be doing when it comes to telling their stories, to both existing and new audiences. It will review the core building blocks of your brand, offering an introduction to some of the practical solutions designed to fit where you are today and where you want to go tomorrow.
Powering Podiums is an educational series led by Canadian Sport Institute focused on topics related to high performance programming.
The next session of the series will be on November 16, 2017 and will focus on identifying parasport syngergies in B.C. The Canadian Paralympic Committee will also be in attendance to provide updates from the National Parasport summit.
On Tuesday November 21, 2017 we are bringing together leaders from across the country to bring awareness to the realities of child abuse in sport, provide tools for prevention and empower sport organziations to make changes to ensure sport is a safe place.
This event will feature a screening of the documentary Swift Current about former NHLer Sheldon Kennedy and his experiences as a youth in sport. The Canadian Centre for Child Protection will also be there to lead a policy development workshop.