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The viaSport Resources section is a hub of sport information created to connect administrators, athletes, and coaches with ready made and available resources found throughout the amateur sport sector.

viaSport is always looking to improve the resources we connect you to. If you would like to add a resource or correct a broken link, feel free to contact us.


This guide to recruitment and selection of staff will provide:

  • A summary of a recruitment process 
  • A template for pre-screening applicants
  • A guide for developing screening tools
  • Sample interview questions
  • A template rating guide
  • Guidelines for conducting reference checks

TeamSnap is every coach’s and parent's dream – an easy-to-use, indispensable tool for organizing and communicating every aspect of team life. They tame the logistical nightmare of wrangling schedules, practices, equipment and volunteers, providing up-to-the-second info on where everyone needs to be and what to bring. Eight million coaches, parents, team managers and players use TeamSnap's web and mobile apps to save their sanity and stay in the know through email, text and instant alerts.

This Canadian Sport for Life resource provides guidelines for athlete development as it relates to females and their growth, maturation and development.

On November 28, 2016 the existing Society Act in BC will be replaced by the new Societies Act. This article provides an overview of the process in which all societies will need to undergo to be in compliance with the Act.

Provides training and professional development opportunities for non-profit leaders.

Topic areas include board governance, capacity building, fund development, human resources, leading, volunteer engagement, etc.

Volunteer agreements can be used to outline the expectations and responsibilities of the volunteer.

This document is a toolkit for working with volunteers.

An updated anti-doping list came into effect on January 1, 2017.

Presented by Debbie Turner, Deputy Registrar with Registries and online services from the Ministry of Technology, Innvoation & Citizen Services and Tona Hetherington, Director within the Policy and Legislation Division at the Ministry of Finance.

*Please email if you require a captioned video.


Communications Toolkit for Sport

With 12 modules in the making, communications expert, Arley McNeney, provides some tips and tricks to make your job a little bit easier.

#erasebullying resources

viaSport's #ERASEbullying campaign has gathered helpful resources that include policies, education and campaigns in order to help your sport environment stay safe.

Aboriginal Cultural Relations Module

This FREE interactive module is designed to educate sport and recreation leaders about important aspects of Aboriginal culture, and to provide best practices on how to incorporate this awareness into their programming.

Social Media Toolkit

The social media toolkit for sport communicators is intended to help B.C. sport organizations, clubs and other sport-related organizations navigate the confusing and rapidly evolving word of social media. 

Dispute Prevention & Resolution

The Dispute Prevention and Resolution framework guides BC sport organizations to reduce the number of sport disputes and provides administrators with an ample amount of tools for prevention and resolution.