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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.

 

The Canadian Olympic School Program has a number of resources for teachers to use in their classroom.

This resource focuses on getting active and factors that affect girls participation in physical activity and sport.

Click here to learn more about the program.

Templates and resources for club development.

Published by the Coaching Association of Canada, this online quarterly publication is designed for coaches of all sports at every level.

  • Coaching Masters Athletes
  • Long-Term Athlete Development for Parents
  • Coaching Athletes with a disability
  • Straight Talk about Children and Sport
  • Concussion Resources

Created by the Coaching Association of BC, this document outlines coaching recommendations for supporting the unique characteristics of female athletes.

Whether you are just getting your feet wet or are a seasoned communications professional, this toolkit has something for you. With 12 modules in the making, communications expert Arley McNeney provides some tips and tools of the trade to make your job easier.

 

Community Gaming Grants support eligible not-for-profit organizations that deliver community programs that benefit the citizens of British Columbia. This webinar covers information about these grants, including: eligibility, grant amounts, application periods, and how to apply. 

This webinar was hosted by viaSport and the Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch of the Province of B.C.

Presenter: with Trevor Paul from the Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch, of the Province of B.C.

 

The viaSport Community of Practice (CoP) provides a secure online area for identified groups to share files, ideas and have discussions.

With funding provided by Child Health BC and the BC Children’s Hospital Telethon Fund, the first online Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) for physicians and nurses was created in 2013

The Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) for School Professionals, developed in partnership with the BC Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education and the GF Strong Rehabilitation Centre, provides educators and school administrators the necessary resources for supporting a concussed student in his/her integration back to school:

  • RECOGNIZE the signs and symptoms of a concussion
  • RESPOND to a concussion event
  • Understand what a student needs to RECOVER from a concussion
  • PREPARE for a student’s return to school
  • Support a student’sRETURN to learn and activities
  • PREVENT and support PRACTICE through strategies and POLICIES

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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.