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Canadian Sport For Life

 

CS4L in Alberta

Alberta Sport Connection is committed to supporting and providing lifelong physical activity opportunities for Albertans through coordination at the provincial and national levels. 

We believe in promoting physical literacy, which emphasizes fundamental sport and movement skills for children that will pave the way for a lifetime of involvement in sport and physical activity. 

 

Upcoming Sport for Life events:

LTAD Lunches

Alberta Sport Connection is committed to providing continued support to our PSOs and MSOs in their work towards LTAD implementation. Alberta Sport Connection is also very pleased to support the advancement of physical literacy in Alberta by building cross-sectoral partnerships and implementing effective initiatives that benefit athlete development and lifelong participation in physical activity.

Please try to join us in person, however a virtual option with conference call dial in  will be made available as well.

Wednesday January 11th, 2017

Edmonton: hosted by Aaron Lavorato at Percy Page Centre (Room #8 on 3rd floor);

Calgary: hosted by Lea Wiens at Repsol Centre (Riverview Room)

Virtualhttps://global.gotomeeting.com/join/466488157 

Join the conference call: 
Toll free Dial in: 866 463 0028
conference code: 5840741396 

Follow-up from Louise Humbert's presentation at our January 11th, 2017 LTAD Lunch

 

Wednesday February 1st, 2017

Edmonton: hosted by Aaron Lavorato at Percy Page Centre (Room #8 on 3rd floor);

Calgary: hosted by Lea Wiens at Repsol Centre (Riverview Room)

Dr. Camilla Knight's webinar positive parenting in sport: (https://thecpsu.org.uk/news/2016/october/promoting-positive-parenting-in-sport/)

Virtualhttps://global.gotomeeting.com/join/720925661

First GoToMeeting? Try a test session: http://help.citrix.com/getready 

Join the conference call: 
Toll free Dial in: 866 463 0028
conference code: 5840741396 

Follow-up from our February 1st, 2017 LTAD Lunch

 

Wednesday March 1st, 2017

Edmonton: hosted by Aaron Lavorato at Percy Page Centre (Room #8 on 3rd floor);

Calgary: hosted by Lea Wiens at Repsol Centre (Riverview Room)

Virtualhttps://global.gotomeeting.com/join/609877069

Join the conference call: 
Toll free Dial in: 866 463 0028
conference code: 5840741396 

Follow-up from our March 1, 2017 LTAD Lunch

 

Related links:

http://www.swansea.ac.uk/staff/engineering/c.j.knight/name,224448,en.php

https://thecpsu.org.uk/resource-library/2016/parents-in-sport-videos-for-parents/

https://thecpsu.org.uk/resource-library/2013/my-magic-sports-kit/

 

Wednesday May 3rd, 2017

Edmonton: hosted by Aaron Lavorato at Percy Page Centre (Room TBA);

Calgary: hosted by Lea Wiens at Repsol Centre (Riverview Room)

Virtualhttps://global.gotomeeting.com/join/578506893

Join the conference call:

Toll free Dial in: 647 497-9373
conference code: 695800709

 

Wednesday June 7th, 2017

Edmonton: hosted by Aaron Lavorato at Percy Page Centre (Room TBA);

Calgary: hosted by Lea Wiens at Repsol Centre (Riverview Room)

Virtualhttps://global.gotomeeting.com/join/578506893

Join the conference call:

Toll free Dial in: 647 497-9391
conference code: 528453853 

 

 

Session Follow Up: Coaching the Female Athlete Webinar February 14, 2017

 

Coaching the Female Athlete Audio

 

Tuesdays at Percy Page

Dr. Vicki Harber will continue to meet with those wishing to discuss “all things” around LTAD implementation. Regular hours at Percy Page have been scheduled for February, March and April. Times can be booked to continue conversations around athlete development, meaningful competition and developing supportive partnerships. Other topics dealing with parent education and engaging girls and women in your sport program can also be discussed. If you wish to book a time, please click the following link to schedule your appointment in person, by Skype or phone: Participate now

Available dates include: 

February 28 (9-noon)

March 7 (9-noon)

March 21 (9-noon)

April 4 (9-noon)

April 18 (9-noon)

 

Connect News

For the latest information on CS4L and Coaching in Alberta, please click on the June edition of Connect News below! 

Connect News JUNE

 

Connect News - May 2016

Connect News - April 2016

 

Physical Literacy

Advancing Physical Literacy in Alberta: Continuing the Conversation

Advancing Physical Literacy in Alberta - Priorities Poster

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 Physical Literacy

Created by the Canadian Sport for Life Alberta Community Recreation & Sport Work Group as part of a project funded by Alberta Sport Connection to promote Physical Literacy and the Canadian Sport for Life Movement.

 

CS4L Resources

CS4L

CS4L LTAD

Sport For Life Activation Strategy

 

LTAD Implementation

Aboriginal LTAD Implementation

LTAD Pamphlet

Racing On Skates

LTAD Resources

 

2016 Summit

Concussion in Sport

Residential School Reconcilliation Report

Durable by Design

CS4L National Conference - Multi sport Presentation

CS4L Milestones: A Guide to Shaping the Ideal NSO

Coaching Association of Canada

Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity

 

Value of Sport

Collective Impact by Kania Kramer

Designed to Move

LTAD in Canada by Stephan R. Norris

Physical Activity - An Underestimated Investment in Human Capital

The Future of Sport by Jeremy M. Jacobs

The Human Capital Model

The True North Strong and Free by Dr. Dean Kriellaars

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For more information, contact:
Dr. Vicki Harber, CS4L Coordinator
harber@ualberta.ca

Lea Wiens, Physical Literacy Coordinator
lea@canadiansportforlife.ca