If you are offering an educational opportunity of interest to the sport, active recreation and/or active living communities, please send us a link and we will post it. Unless otherwise identified, all listed educational opportunities are held in Edmonton.


  • Free webinar: Concussion Management: Best practices and lessons - February 25

  • Injury Prevention Warmup Protocol Workshop - February 26

  • Free webinar: The Implications of World Athletics’ Regulations on Female Athletes with DSD - February 28

  • HIGH FIVE Sport Workshop - March 8

  • Free webinar: Volunteer management for non profit organizations - March 10

  • HIGH FIVE Sport Workshop - March 14 (Spruce Grove)

  • CSTA Sport Events Congress: March 24-26

  • Youth Development thorough Recreation Services Symposium: April 1 & 2

  • Safe Sport International Conference: April 15-17 (Quebec City)

  • Whistler Coaches Summit: April 25 - May 3 (Whistler)

  • HPEC Conference: April 30 - May 2 (Lethbridge)

  • Physical Activity Forum: May 5

  • Fit Rendezvous Conference: May 22-24

  • Perspectives in Exercise, Health & Fitness Oct 1 - 4 (Kananaskis)

  • 2020 International Congress on Physical Activity and Health: October 28 - 31 (Vancouver)

  • 2020 Sport Canada Research Initiative Conference: October 29-30 (Ottawa)

  • Petro-Canada Sport Leadership Conference: November 5-7 (Quebec City)

  • 2021 International Physical Literacy Conference: May 24-26 (New York)

 

Additional professional development opportunities:

  • Sport for Life Campus has an online catalogue of courses.
  • Sport Medicine Council of Alberta offers courses on athletic injury management, sport taping and strapping, and nutrition.
  • NCCP courses in Alberta - click here to download the current schedule.
  • INTEGRALORG offers workshops on financial and legal best practice and compliance.
  • Check the SIRC Conference Calendar for additional national and international sport-related conferences.
  • Hacking Exercise For Health - an open online course designed to provide insight and practical tips to apply evidence-based techniques to achieving your health and fitness goals.

  • Physical Literacy workshops
  • The Brain Care Center has designed free quarterly educational presentations to help individuals gain an understanding of concussion and its effects.
  • Sparesmarts.ca - a calendar of learning events for not-for-profit organizations in the Edmonton area.
  • NorQuest College offers a non-credit Not-for-Profit Accounting Fundamentals
  • Volunteer Alberta provides a list of workshops, seminars, courses, and webinars throughout Alberta.
  • Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission's Gaming Information for Charitable Groups provides essential information to groups that conduct, or want to conduct, charitable gaming activities like bingos, casinos, pull ticket sales or raffles. These courses are available in a workshop setting or online.
  • bloomerang - these free, educational webinars are open to the public, and are recommended for any nonprofit staff member or fundraiser.

 

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