An update on the latest evidence on the detection, assessment and treatment of sport-related concussion will be presented. The output from the recent 5th Consensus Conference on Concussion in Sport that was held in Berlin in October of 2016 will be shared and new tools that have been developed will be shared with the group through a practical session and case examples.
Competition is an important part of the sport experience. Finding the right competition experiences are critical to positive athlete and team development. This session will introduce the concept of meaningful competition and how sport leaders can examine their competition structures and formats through a meaningful competition lens.
This session will examine how the Alberta Sport Development Centres (Calgary and Capital Regions) have successfully implemented a sport science program across the diverse provincial sport system. Details will be shared on the strategic partnerships that have been established and why this program achieves outcomes related to both the Alberta Sport Plan and other provincial & national objectives. Shared experiences from both the ASDC’s and the PSA’s perspective, will highlight how these partnerships have been able to enhance the sport science services available to Alberta’s identified athletes and coaches. A short Q & A will end this session to provide other PSA’s with an opportunity to explore these types partnerships.
Take a journey with the Canadian Olympic Team to see the most impactful and successful ways they engage their consumer audience on social media.
Through this case-study, we will examine practical ways that you can create and/or resource exciting and entertaining content to engage your audiences, as well as new communication tools for your organizations, coaches and teams to work better and more efficiently together.
You’ll walk away from this session with concrete examples, tools and inspiration that will cause you to take action that has you communicate effectively through new media, leading to better engagement with your teams and audiences.
2016 was a banner year for women and sport in Canada, but statistics reveal that we are still far from having a sport system that is fair and equal for girls and women. Where do we go from here? This session will provide a review of the current landscape and the key factors that are informing CAAWS’s (Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport) vision as the leading voice for women and sport in Canada. Through discussion, participants will have a forum to explore the major themes and to provide input to the strategic direction for women and sport, both nationally and provincially. Participants will leave with greater insight into the landscape and opportunities to advance this topic in 2017 and beyond.
The workshop will explore the power of NCCP coaching qualification minimum standards in competition on the field of play. This session will focus on describing the value and impact of coach certification on quality sport delivery. Learn about aligning NCCP certification with the level of competition and LTAD, as well as standards of competition when it comes to legislation. Hear about successful practices of sports who have aligned coach requirements with the level of competition , the positive impact of coaching requirements on the field of play, as well as explore what the potential impact is if requirements are not established nor met.
*Participating NCCP Certified Coaches and Coach Developers will receive 1 NCCP PD Point!