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How to Intervene Safely as a Bystander
How can we act when we witness maltreatment if we don’t know what to do? Right To Be, a non-profit working to build a world free of harassment and filled with humanity, offers interactive training to equip people with easy-to-use tools for confronting implicit bias,...view
Physical Activity & Air Pollution: Webinar Recording by BC Healthy Living
Our summers are getting hotter and smokier, with wildfire seasons starting earlier and burning for longer. As we continue to feel the effects of climate change, we can expect that hot and smoky conditions will only continue and become more frequent from here on out.view
Conflict of Interest Decision Making in Sport
This helpful guide is designed to assist you in navigating conflicts of interest that arise in the sport context.view
PlaySafe BC Tools and Resources
All of the PlaySafe BC tools and resources are listed here, with links to take you directly to each resource.view
Introduction to the Flag System
Introduction to the Flag Systemview
Safe Sport Incident Report Form
This form can be downloaded and used by anyone in order to document an incident when maltreatment is suspected. This tool was developed by viaSport to help make documenting an easier process for people, however viaSport does not collect reports or investigate complaints....
Addressing Peer-to-Peer Conflict
Conflict is normal on all teams and when handled well can be beneficial. It doesn’t matter how friendly people are or how long your team’s been together; difficulties are bound to come up. By normalizing and addressing conflict in a healthy way, you can build trust with...view
Positions and Interests
Given the emotionally charged nature of sports, it’s not surprising that the people involved can be reactive when things get heated. Unlike in sports competition, managing conflict on your team doesn’t have to be a win-lose proposition.
Mediation and Arbitration
Are you unsure what exactly mediation and arbitration are, and what the difference is between them? This resource explains both, introduces the concept of shifting positions to interests, describes meeting guidelines for mediation sessions, and talks about the five steps of...
How to Have a Difficult Conversation
From time to time we all need to say something to another person that is difficult. Being able to do this can help build the foundation for managing conflict within any type of relationship, including those in sport.view
How to Run Team Planning Meetings
Team planning meetings provide a structured format to focus on surfacing issues, and can be used for whatever challenge your team is facing at any given time. They help set the stage for normalizing conflict as part of your team's culture.
Values-based Group Guidelines
Teams are made up of members who may have different ideas of what is and isn't acceptable conduct. This can lead to negative behaviours, and can ultimately result in frustration on the part of other team members.view
How to Give Feedback
Giving and receiving feedback can be an art. Feedback is also a crucial part of developing a team with a positive culture that works at its optimal level. This handout provides guidance on how to give and receive feedback, and includes a worksheet with an exercise you can...
Play Safe BC Community Summits: What We Heard
As part of the Play Safe BC program, viaSport partnered with the BC Regional Sport Alliance to host 11 Play Safe Community Summits from November 1-25, 2022, online and in-person.view
Tracking Diversity in the B.C. Sport Sector: Report Summary
It is good practice to collect demographic data to advance diversity, equity and inclusion. This report summary provides quick tips about what data should be collected, how to collect it and how it can be utilized.view
Tracking Diversity in the B.C. Sport Sector
It is good practice to collect demographic data to advance diversity, equity and inclusion. This report answers some questions about what data should be collected, how to collect it and how it can be utilized.view
Volunteerism in the B.C. Sport Sector
This report examines the current (2022) landscape of volunteerism in the B.C. sport sector. It provides insights to better understand current barriers, enablers and motivators around the recruitment, recognition and retention of volunteers for sport in the province.
Module 1: Board Role Descriptions
The Board Role Descriptions module contains templates for various Board positions, applicable to a club, association, or other not-for-profit organization in British Columbia.
Module 2: Skills Matrix
The Skills Matrix module includes a template to support the assessment of required skills and experience that a club, association, or other not-for-profit organization may require to successfully execute its strategic plan.
Module 3: Board Onboarding
The Board Onboarding module provides templates and documents to support organizations' board selection and appointment processes, including a well-defined job description, a comprehensive onboarding process and beyond.
Module 4: Conflict of Interest
The Conflict of Interest module provide directors the opportunity to provide a declaration of any potential conflict of interest in accordance with appropriate board policy and B.C. Societies Act . Boards can also use this as a foundation for creating a conflict of...
Module 5: Committees
The Committee module has been created as a guide for understanding the different types of committees that can be formed by an organization.
Module 6: Communications Toolkit
This Communications Toolkit module supplies documents and templates that can be used to support communications related to board recruitment.
Module 1: Compensation
The purpose of this section is to help provide a strong, fundamental foundation to compensation, and its importance in your overall people (and organizational) strategy.
Module 2: Recruitment
The purpose of this module is to help provide a strong, fundamental foundation to recruitment and selection, and its importance in your overall people (and organizational) strategy.
Module 3: Offer Letters and Employee Agreements
The purpose of this module is to help provide foundational knowledge around two important HR documents: offer letters and employment agreements.
Module 4: Onboarding
The purpose of this module is to provide strong, fundamental knowledge and best practices to help you design a structured onboarding program specifically to meet your needs.
Module 5: Performance Management
The purpose of this module is to provide strong, fundamental knowledge and tools to help you tailor a structured performance management program specifically to meet the needs of your organization.
Module 6: Employee Engagement
The purpose of this module is to provide a high-level overview of employee engagement and the role it plays in overall people and culture strategies and employee retention.
Module 7: Terminations and Offboarding
The purpose of this module is to provide strong, foundational knowledge and best practices around the termination of the employment relationship.
Module 8: Sample HR Policies
The purpose of this module is to provide a sample selection of basic HR policies that would be relevant to most organizations operating in British Columbia. This sample list is not exhaustive, rather it is aimed to provide a starting point for individual organizations to...
Sport Med BC Practitioner Directory
Find a qualified practitioner near you to treat your injuries.view
CATT Concussion Tool Kits – Educators
CATT is a comprehensive concussion resource including; tools, information and training to support recognition, response and recovery from concussion. Access the resource here.view
Team Building and Conflict Resolution
This series of resources provides proven strategies your team or organization can implement to; resolve conflict, develop a strengths based approach to team building, apply a trauma informed lens to resolve disputes and strengthen your team culture.view
Level the Field – Disability Inclusion in Sport (info graphic)
This infographic, developed by Lead Researcher, Andrea Bundon, at the UBC School of Kinesiology, presents key findings, identified by participants with disabilities, that uncover how people with disabilities engage in sport, or why they do not.view
How to build a team connection online: simple ideas to build a high performing team in a digital world
Developed in 2021 amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent restrictions on sport, this resource offers useful techniques for enhancing team communication and dynamics in virtual environments.view
Tobacco and Vape Free Sport
This campaign provides an overview of the use of tobacco and vaping products across a range of sport activities and participation levels.view
Injury Prevention in Sport
These info graphics highlight rates of youth and adult participation in sport and provide statistics and prevention tips related injury prevention.
Team Building Through Conflict Management
This helpful slide deck outlines strategies and tactics that aim support individuals & organizations to find common ground and develop a positive culture by engaging in difficult conversations to find resolutions to conflict.view
She Plays Project: Participant Centred Design at Work
The She Plays project utilized participant centred design to understand the factors that influence the participation girls in sport. The project goals focused on improving the retention rates of girls age 11-14.
Participant Centred Design – Designing Sport Experiences for Participants, by Participants
This slide deck provides a strategic, step by step, approach to developing programs that speak to the attitudes and motivations driving your participants to play.
EVOLVE: a culture change presentation
Jennifer Keith, Executive Director of BC Artistic Swimming, presents a detailed look at their culture change project EVOLVE.view
Power of Sport: True Sport Report 2022
Sport is an integral part of Canadian society and can be used to positively influence a wide range of societal goals. The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) undertook this research initiative to provide concrete evidence of the type of benefits that can be realized...view
Movement in the Classroom Activity Resources
Movement in the Classroom supports student learning through movement boosts, cross-curricular activities and self-regulation. Check out the resources attached to help you implement activities in your classroom!
Move to Play Activity Resource
This resource contains physical literacy and FUNdamental Movement Skills games and activities for children ages 6-12 in a recreation or community program setting.view
MOVE to Play Report Card
A movement guide to inform parents of the wide range of Fundamantal Movement Skills their child is practicing. Leaders can fill out which skills in the checklist that the child practiced during the program, progress notes and next steps.
MOVE to Play Framework
The MOVE to Play framework is an evidence-based resource to guide recreation and community programmers to develop quality physical literacy and sport based programs. It provides best practices and tools to under four key areas:
Movement in the Gym Activity Resources
Movement in the gym supports educators in delivering physical literacy and fundamental movement skills (FMS) through quality physical education classes. Check out the resources attached for activities to implement in the gym!view
Movement in the Halls Activities
Movement in the Halls provides activities for students who may need a movement boost to get the wiggles out or bring their energy up! Posters can be placed in the hallway, the gym, or in the classroom!view
Movement at Home
The MOVE to Learn at Home program offers movement activities with minimal equipment that parents can do with their children at home. It includes:view
Fundamental Movement Skills Activity Manual
This manual contains over 150 games for Fundamental Movement Skills that can be played in the gym, outside or at the recreation centre!view
Play Safe: Physical Literacy and Injury Prevention Guide for Leaders
This guide by Sport for Life is intended to introduce the coach, parent, volunteer, administrator, leader or official to the basic concepts of injury risk reduction in sport and physical activity through the use of injury prevention and risk management tools and practices.view
Statement on Concussion Baseline Testing in Canada – Parachute Canada
The statement help informs Canadian sport stakeholders (including athletes, parents, coaches, officials, teachers, trainers and licensed healthcare professionals) on the role of concussion baseline testing for Canadian youth and adult athletes in supplement to the Canadian...view
4 Characteristics of a Good Concussion Clinic
This guide by the Canadian Concussion Collaborative (CCC) helps those with persistent symptoms of a concussion to identify a good concussion clinic and get help.view
Coaches Association of Canada – Making Head Way Concussion eLearning Series
The Making Head Way eLearning module will cover: what to do to prevent concussions, how to recognize the signs and symptoms of a concussion, what to do when you suspect an athlete has a concussion, and return to play and return to learn protocols.view
Criminal Record Checks for Volunteer – Government of British Columbia
Visit the Government of British Columbia’s website to find out how the Criminal Records Review Act (CRRA) may impact your organization and how the Criminal Records Review Program (CRRP) can assist the screening process of volunteers.view
Coaches Game Plan: Guidelines to Creating a Safer Environment
This guideline is developed as part of the SportSafe initiative of the sport branch of the Government of British Columbia for coaches to recognize their roles in creating a safer environment for all.view
Buddy Check for Jesse
Buddy Check for Jesse’s resource page focus on information regarding youth, sport and mental health and wellness that are available for access.view
Coaches Association of Canada - Mental Health in Sport
The Mental Health in Sport module aims to educate coaches about mental health to empower them to effectively play a role in supporting the well-being of the participants in their sport program, while also supporting their own mental health.view
Respect in Sport - Program Leader Training
The Respect in Sport Activity Leader/ Coach Program educates youth leaders, coaches, officials and participants (14-years and up) to recognize, understand and respond to issues of bullying, abuse, harassment and discrimination (BAHD).view
Responsible Coaching Movement (RCM)
The RCM is a multi-phase movement that affects all sport organizations and coaches across Canada.view
Respect In Sport – Parent Empowerment
One of the most common reasons coaches, managers, officials and athletes of all ages cite for leaving sport is unacceptable parent behaviour.view
Return to Sport Tool - Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT)
This tool is a guideline for managing an individual’s return to sport following a concussion and does not replace medical advice. View the resource here.view
Return to School Strategy – Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT)
This tool is a guideline for managing a student’s return to school following a concussion and does not replace medical advice. View the resource here.view
Active and Safe Central
Active & Safe Central is an all new interactive resource with numerous videos and resrouces about common injuries and risk factors so you can learn about how to prevent injury in over 40 sports.view
Non-Binary Inclusion in Sport
A booklet that highlights the important issues that sport, and society more generally, should attend to. Challenges and ways to address them are outlines and the aim is to provide a resource to help accessibility for non-binary people and people of all genders.view
Leading the Way: Working with LGBT Athletes and Coaches
Interested in hosting a workshop that provides sport leaders, coaches, athletes, and officials with an understanding of how LGBTQphobia can hurt your organization?view
Safe Sport Research Summary Report
The Safe Sport Summary Report is part of a multi-step process to mobilize, build collective leadership and implement safe sport initiatives and solutions across the province of B.C.view
Ready Set Coach: Supporting Children with ASD in Community Recreation
This one day recorded event is for recreation instructors and coaches who want to understand how to teach kids with autism in swimming lessons, skating programs, soccer programs, fitness instruction, and other community recreation activities.view
Disability Inclusion in Canada’s Coach Education System (Summary)
A summary of findings from a study completed by researchers, working with Coach Educators, on disability inclusion within Canada’s National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP).
Disability Inclusion in Canada’s Coach Education System (Full Report)
Researchers, working with Coach Educators completed a study examining disability inclusion within Canada’s National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP). This report focusing on the visibility, content and structure of the NCCP materials and resources is now available.view
Zoom Training for Coach Developers
Information and best practices on facilitating Online Delivery of NCCP Courses. This resource helps to give facilitators and evaluators the tools needed to deliver live, interactive and high quality NCCP courses using the Zoom platform.view
LGBTQI2S Coach Guide
This resource is designed to help coaches create safe spaces for their participants, specifically those who identify as LGBTQI2S.view
Rural and Remote Programming Tips
This resources explains some of the barriers to physical activity that rural, remote, and Indigenous communities are facing during COVID-19 and promising strategies that can be used to help mitigate these barriers and increase daily physical activity in these areas.view
Accessibility Audit Tool
This resource is designed to assist you in determining the overall accessibility of your current programing. You can also use this tool as a guide to support you in the development of quality accessible programming for your organization.
Creating Inclusive Environments
This resource is intended to provide recommendations to sport organizations seeking to create more inclusive environments for athletes, administrators, coaches, officials and volunteers on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.view
Collecting Gender Identity Information
This resource is intended to provide guidance to sport organizations collecting data related to gender identity. Organizations are encouraged to use this resource as a guide to making changes within data collection practices.view
Trans Athlete Inclusion Guidelines
This resource is intended to provide guidance and support to sport organizations looking to create, revise, or update their policy related to trans athlete participation.view
LGBTQI2S Inclusion Readiness Resource
This resource is intended to provide direction to sport organizations seeking to create more inclusive environments for anyone who interacts with your organization.view
Adopting Inclusive Policy Language
This resource is intended to provide support to organizations interested in making the language of their organization’s policies and procedures more inclusive to all sexual orientations, gender identities and gender expressions.view
Engaging Newcomer Women and Girls Handbook
: This handbook outlines key considerations and provides recommendations ground in best practice so newcomer women and girls can engage better in sport and physical activity.view
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Support Guide for Parents and Caregivers
A guide developed by Victoria Child and Youth Mental Health and Substance Use Local Action Team to assist parents and caregivers gain a better understanding of mental health and substance abuse.
Female Coach Mentorship Model
The Female Coach Mentorship Model is a sustainable model of mentorship for female coaches who are interested in developing their skills. This model is the outcome of a two-year pilot project and is contained in three guides: a Mentor Guide, a Sport Administrator Guide, and...view
Safe Sport Addressing Abuse and Harassment
Take a look at the in-depth findings of our ethnographic research report.view
NCCP Delivery in BC Orientation Tool
This resource was created to assist with onboarding new staff to the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP). It provides an overview of the model, training and certification, maintenance of certification, coach developers, the locker, and quality assurance.
Hijabi Ballers Toolkit
This resources is designed to equip coaches, clubs and athletes with tools to improve awareness and strengthen inclusive practices that will lead to quality experiences for female Muslim participants in sport.view
Run Jump Throw Wheel
This program teaches the FUNdamental movements skills of running, jumping, throwing and wheeling (for children in wheelchairs) using track and field inspired games, activities and skill challenges.view
NSO Risk Management Project
The Risk Management Project is a multi-year initiative designed to help enhance the effectiveness of decision-making among sport leaders using a consistent, sport-specific, and integrated risk management process.view
Board Governance: Succession Planning by Volleyball Canada
After reviewing a number of on-line resources, Volleyball Canada created a customized approach to succession planning for their board of directors.view
Better Board Kit
The Better Board Kit is a 3-step process to help your organization’s board members ensure that they know their responsibilities, are prepared to act on them, and that your board works as a team to plan and accomplish the organization’s goals.view
Non-Profit Board Recruitment
This document will provide you with some tips on what to include in a non-profit board's recruitment package, which you would give to prospective board members.view
Board of Directors Self-Evaluation Questionnaire
A tool for improving the governance practices of non-profit organizations.view
Volunteer Agreement Template
Volunteer agreements can be used to outline the expectations and responsibilities of the volunteer.view
Staff Recruitment Guide
This guide to recruitment and selection of staff will provide:view
New Employee Onboarding Checklist
Sample checklist for employee orientationview
Performance Management Guide
Guide for people leaders in monitoring an employee's performance and conducting and performance review.view
Coaches Association of Canada – Creating a Safer Environment
These guidelines and exercises have been created by leaders in the sport and recreation field to help coaches and their athletes get the most from their coaching by participating in a physically and emotionally safe environment.view
Coaches Association of Canada – Implementing the Rule of Two
Webinar that explains key stakeholders in the sports sector’s role in the Responsible Coaching Movement and best practices in keeping children safe in sport. As well, the webinar highlights some the ways coaches can and should be protected within the sport system.view
Canadian Centre for Child Protection
Commit to Kids: An Introduction to Safeguarding Children from Sexual Abuse is for individuals who work with children looking for introductory level information on child sexual abuse, or those looking to refresh their knowledge on the topic.view
Commit to Kids – Program Leader Training
Commit to Kids (C2K) is a program of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection. It is a step-by-step program that helps child-serving organizations create safe environments for the kids in their care.view
Safe Sport - At A Glance
The purpose of this program in B.C. is to eradicate abuse and harassment in sport, and to promote a positive, inclusive and respectful environment for all sport participants, at every level of participation.view
The Para Ready Resource was developed as a guide to provide sport coaches and club administrators with the resources, confidence, and tools that they need to be adequately prepared for integrating individuals experiencing disability into mainstream sport programs.view
Same Game Toolkit
Same Game is a step by step online toolkit created by Canadian Women & Sport in collaboration with Brock University’s Centre for Sport and Capacity.view
Tips for Creating an Inclusive Locker Room | By You Can Play
A short PDF with quick tips for nurturing an inclusive team culture.view
Sport Nutrition for Parents of Young Athletes
This resource from SportMedBC includes a number of tips for parents of young athletes looking to provide nutritious meals and snacks for their children. View the resource here.view
Active for Life Toolkits
A series of resources for parents as well as sport professionals (educators, coaches, sport club members, etc.) looking to provide increased physical literacy in their programming. View the resource here.view
8 ways to make your website more inclusive and accessible
This is a presentation by Dr. Tim Konoval and Dr. Danielle Peers from the University of Alberta. Due to the rise of technology, websites are often the first point of contact with the public, with most individuals experiencing disability getting their sport programming...view
Parachute Concussion Collection
A list of professional resources on the topic of concussion prevention, symptoms and treatment for schools, sport organizations and health professionals. Access the resource here.view
CCTT Concussion Tool Kits – Coaches
The Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) is a program designed to provide coaches with the information they need to provide evidence-based care for their athletes who have sustained a concussion. View the resource here.view
CCTT Concussion Tool Kits – Parents
The Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) is a program designed to provide parents or caregivers with the information they need to take an evidence-based approach in responding to and managing concussion.view
CCTT Concussion Tool Kits - Players
A collection of resources for players educating on the basics of concussions, links to incident reports and recommendations on when/how to return to play post-concussion. View the resource here.view
She Belongs: Building Social Connection for Lasting Participation in Sport
This resource is designed for coaches who are ready to intentionally support equitable sport.view
Keeping Girls in Sport
Keeping Girls in Sport is an online resource that helps coaches and youth activity leaders to create safe and respectful environments for female athletes. View the resource here.view
Raising Active Girls
A collection of articles about girls and physical literacy , girls and physical activity, and girls and sport. View the resource here.view
Sex and Gender Diversity
A collection of resources that focus on creating safe and inclusive environments for trans athletes and athletes with differences in sexual development. View the resource here.view
We Are Sport: LGBTQI2S Inclusion
This workshop provides sport leaders, including coaches, athletes, officials, with the opportunity to understand what LGBTQphobia is and how it can hurt their organization.view
Gender Equity Self Assessment Tool for Sport Clubs and P/TSO's
This self–assessment tool is designed for use by community sport clubs and Provincial/Territorial Sport Organizations to assess whether their programs, services and facilities meet an acceptable standard of gender equity.view
Aboriginal Cultural Relations Module
This module provides an overview of the diversities found in aboriginal peoples across British Columbia and is designed to help mainstream sports become more inclusive and welcoming using the wisdom of aboriginal culture.view
Guide to Assessing Gender Equity in School Sports
A guide to help parents, students and coaches understand how to become their own advocates for change in the realm of gender equity and inclusion in sport. View the resource here.view
Women on Boards
An organization-focused workshop that delivers an understanding of how to create an inclusive board culture, the value of having women on your board and strategies to assist in overcoming challenges and recruiting more women.view
No Accidental Champions
This resource is a supplement to Canadian Sport for Life (Resource paper for the able-bodied Long-Term Athlete Development Model) which is concentrated on the additional factors that need to be considered when working with athletes with a disability.view
Let's Play Toolkit
The Let’s Play Toolkit is a resource for educators, recreation leaders and coaches designed to support the development of physical literacy so that children with physical disabilities can confidently participate in play, sport and physical education with their peers.view
This module provides a checklist for sport event hosting, as well as great tips for boosting your online ticket sales.view
Take it Up a Notch
This module provides fun and creative ways to showcase highlights, film interviews, write sports blogs, and how to turn your “likes” into dollars.view
10 Tips for getting the media's attention
You’ve uncovered newsworthy stories within your organization and used them to create engaging, well-written press releases. So why isn’t the press returning your calls? In this module, we’ve assembled the top 10 tips for getting the media’s attention.view
Ten tips to Blast off with e-blasts
It’s time to introduce you to the newsletter’s shorter, nimbler cousin: the e-blast. Given that 122 billion emails are sent per hour, however, many e-blasts get lost in the shuffle. To create e-blasts that get opened, try these 10 tips.
13 tips for giving a great media interview
If you’re not used to receiving media attention, being interviewed can be a nerve-wracking process. We’ve assembled 13 great interview tips to help you promote your sport and tell your story more effectively.view
Six ways to grow your sport organization's email list
Even the most engaged email lists still lose 20 – 30% of subscribers per year. In this module, we’ll share six tips to help you increase your email list and keep your subscribers hanging on your every word.
Prevention and Resolution Framework
viaSport has developed a Dispute Prevention and Resolution Framework in partnership with the SDRCC for use by the sport sector in British Columbia.view
Canadian Concussion Guidelines
As part of a national project to harmonize concussion guidelines and protocols, Parachute Canada led the development of the Canadian Concussion Guidelines.view
Access Sport Hub
viaSport’s Access Sport Hub (ASH) is a chatbot tool for people to find, share, and connect to inclusive and adaptive sport and recreation programs that meet their needs across BC.view
How to communicate parasport Opportunities
This resource was generated with findings from the Level the Field: Disability Inclusion in Sport research project with members of disability communities in B.C.
Top 10 ways to improve your organization's newsletter
If your sports organization is like most, you have an online newsletter. Before that, you probably had a print newsletter. Of all the communications genres, newsletters often get the least amount of thought and planning simply because they’ve been around for so long.
It’s happened to every sports communicator: a friend or family member contacts you to say that he or she saw your sports team on the news. The only problem: you had no idea the story was running.view
Eleven common press release mistakes
A well-written press release is a key element of any media strategy. We’ve uncovered 11 easy-to-remedy press release mistakes that may be keeping your sports organization out of the spotlight.view
Seven tips to Improve your SEO
This module will help you write more successfully for the web and teach you how to employ basic SEO (search engine optimization) techniques to make your writing appeal to both living human beings and Google’s search engine robots.view
Finding newsworthy stories within your sport organization
In this module, we’ll help you identify the stories that will catch the media’s attention and share tips on how to find them within your organization.view
How to write an engaging sports article
This module will teach you the nuts and bolts of writing an effective sports article, whether it will be published in a newsletter, on a website, or in a media kit.view
Creating a Communications Action Plan Part 2
Now, it’s time to put the pieces together! Using the knowledge you gained from Part 1, distill all of the data you’ve collected into a useable communications action plan.view
Creating a Communications Action Plan Part 1
Do you have a communications plan? In the first of a two-part series, we’ll make communications planning easy by walking you through the process step-by-step.view
Planning and Policy
This module provides B.C. sport communicators with guidance for curating an organizational voice online, improving social media etiquette, policy, and safety, as well as how to handle a social media controversy.view
This resource was curated with the goal of elevating B.C. sport brands online through tips and tricks for boosting creativity, maximizing time, storytelling, creating “shareable” content, video creation, and memes!view
Expand your reach
This resource was curated to help sport communicators in B.C. to enhance their online presence and impact with tips for increasing followers, building a strong communications network, athlete/coach/volunteer recruitment, as well as engaging partners/sponsors and the media.view
The Social Media 101 Series is a toolkit for sport communicators that is intended to help B.C. sport organizations, clubs, and other sport-related organizations navigate the confusing and rapidly evolving world of social media.view
Getting Started Tool Kit
This resource is intended to help PSO’s and Clubs navigate the evolving landscape of social media in a practical, easy to understand, way.view