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Our workshops and classes listed below are completed. Please check back for more new classes for 2010. You can review the list below to see what type of classes and wokshops we regularly offer. If you have any questions, please contact our office.

ISCA Capacity Building Through Recreation and Sports Conference
April 29 - May 1, 2010
- WORKSHOP CLOSED

Capacity Building Through Recreation and Sports Conference - April 29 - May 1, 2010. Location will be at Red Deer Lodge, Red Deer, Alberta. Registration fees for adults: $150.00 Youth 18 and under: $75.00. For more information, click here.

Sport Concussion Seminars - February 22, March 8, April 12, 2010 - WORKSHOP CLOSED

"Sport Concussion Seminars"; if anyone is interested and is in any of these three (3) areas: Red Deer February 22nd , Lethbridge March 8th or April 12th. Contact Nicole Lemke @ sports medicine (780) 415-0812 or further information at www.sportmedab.ca/sport-concussion-semin ar-series. Or contact Bruce @ (780) 585-3343; email bruce@aboriginalsports.org if you want isca to host a seminar.

On the Move Workshops - EVENT CLOSED

Call for Host Communities Deadline: December 11, 2009 - CLOSED

On the Move is CAAWS' national initiative to increase opportunities for inactive girls and young women (ages 9-18) to participate in sport and physical activity. On the Move Workshops are half-day, interactive, issue-based sessions that provide an overview of the initiative, share best practices from across Canada, and provide "how-to" tips to increase the participation of girls and young women.

Appropriate for everyone from practitioners to policy makers, the workshops also provide an opportunity for participants to network and discuss collaboration and local action to make a difference in the lives of girls and young women in their community. Aboriginal communities interested in an On the Move workshop that highlights CAAWS’ Team Spirit: Aboriginal Girls in Sport and Aboriginal Girls On the Move projects are also encouraged to apply.

With support from the Public Health Agency of Canada, CAAWS will deliver a number of On the Move workshops across Canada from January to March 2010.

If you are interested in co-hosting an On the Move workshop in your community visit http://caaws.ca/onthemove/e/workshops/index.htm  to download information about submitting a Letter of Interest.

Educational Symposium in Red Deer on August 10-13, 2009 - EVENT CLOSED
Courses will be offered at the Collicutt Center in Red Deer, Alberta and other location as specified.

Arena Operator 1 - WORKSHOP CLOSED

June 23-24, 2009 at Red Deer
July 6-7, 2009 at Canmore
July 16-17, 2009 at Spruce Grove
August 10-11, 2009 at Red Deer
September 2-3, 2009 at Wetaskiwin

Arena 1 is a two day hands-on course that deals with ice making from the initial start-up of the ice plant to the complete installation of the ice. Participants will be trained in the basic start-up, whitewashing the ice, installation of lines and circles, goal creases and how to install ice logos.

Parks & Sportsfield 1 - WORKSHOP CLOSED

August 12, 2009 at Red Deer

This one day workshops provides intensive information on the maintenance of sports fields and parks. Topics include: recreation and leisure use, equipment and programs for green space maintenance, updates on new information. Participants should wear suitable clothing for outdoor activities. Successful candidates will receive a Parks & Sportsfield Operator Level 1 wallet card.

Arena Maintenance - WORKSHOP CLOSED

August 12, 2009 at Red Deer
October 16, 2009 at Spruce Grove

This course is ideal for the frontline, grassroots arena operator who is looking to upgrade their skills in ice facility operations. The following arenas will be covered: changing the blade & leveling, preventative maintenance on the resurfacer, safety concerns, proper shaving techniques, proper use of an edger, hand edging, line repairs, board repairs, changing glass and janitorial concerns. Successful candidates will recevied the Arena maintenance wallet card.

Parks & Sportsfield 2 - WORKSHOP CLOSED

August 12-13, 2009 at Red Deer

This two day course will enable the participants to be involved with hands on and in class components. Some of the key areas that will be covered are Plant Beds, Soil Tests, Dealing with Weed Control, and Turf Diseases. Grass greens and tee boxex and the use of Sulfur Burners will be covered as well. Vandalism and skateboard parks are also hot items in the communities and will also be looked at in detail. The course is geared to all staff or management involved with outdoor facilities. Prerequisite: Parks & Sportsfield Operator Level 1. Successful candidates will receive the Parks and Sportsfield Operator Level 2 wallet card.

Building Maintenance Level 2 - WORKSHOP CLOSED

August 12-13, 2009 at Red Deer
September 17-18, 2009 at Bonnyville

This is the second part of the popular Level 1 program. Students will get further into the controls of boilers and HVAC systems and how to troubleshoot problems with building mechanical systems. Automated building systems will be covered as well. Prerequisite: Building Maintenance Level 1. Successful candidates will receive the Building Manenance Level 2 wallet card.

LifeCycle/Risk Management - WORKSHOP CLOSED

August 13, 2009 at Red Deer
September 1, 2009 at Cardston

This one day course is designed to assist operatiors in the basic preparation and impleentation of a lifecycle document and to better understand the importance of a solid risk management program for their facilities. Successful candidates will receive the Lifecycle/Risk Management wallet card.

 
 
 

 

 



 
   
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