Active for Life: Sport Toolkit
Active for Life
As a sports organization or community club, you have an important interest in communicating cutting-edge information to coaches and getting parents to learn about their child’s sport.Here you will find a variety of articles and tools that you can use to engage your coaches and parents. Pick and choose from this list, and feel free to share this content through your social media channels, website, and newsletters.
COMMUNICATIONS TOOLKIT FOR SPORT
ViaSport British Columbia
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.
Sport Safety for Sport Organizations
Coaching Association of Canada
The Safe Sport Training eLearning module from the CAC is available at no cost to your members and meets the minimum standards for mandated safe sport training for Sport Canada-funded organizations. It comes with additional tools and resources to help you embed Safe Sport principles throughout your organization.
Indigenous Long–Term Participant Development Pathway
Sport For Life
A reference for those who work with Indigenous participants in sport and recreation. It has grown out of the understanding that mainstream models for sport development do not necessarily align with Indigenous needs or experiences. As such, this document tries to address that gap by outlining the key elements that need to be considered when planning, developing, and implementing programs for and with Indigenous peoples and communities.
Quality Sport for Communities and Clubs
Sport For Life
A guide to Quality Sport delivery based on Long-Term Development, and to identify how community sport organizations can work with key partners, such as their National Sport Organization (NSO), Provincial/Territorial Sport Organization (PTSO) and municipal recreation departments, to improve and sustain Quality Sport.
Social Legacies - Through Mega, Major and Signature Sport Events
Sport For Life
This resource provides the background and process for host committees, social agencies and governments to plan and deliver initiatives that leave social legacies. The resource defines social legacies, provides examples and introduces an eight-step framework for event hosts to use in planning and delivering social legacies.
Canadian Sport Policy 2012-2022
Endorsed by Federal, Provincial and Territorial Ministers responsible for sport, physical activity and recreation
The current Canadian Sport Policy, effective from 2012 to 2022, sets a direction for all governments, institutions and organizations to make sure sport has a positive impact on the lives of Canadians, our communities and our country.
What Sport Can Do True Sport Report
This report is intended to enable communities, policy makers, and business leaders to see the tremendous potential that lies within our community sport system and to catalyze new approaches that will put this potential to work for Canadians.
Guide to Administrative Fair Play
Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada
The Guide is organized as a twelve-part checklist where different administrative “fair play” elements are explored, expanded, and explained. Each element is assorted with a list of questions which suggest to sport administrators some of the best practices in management, as they should be applied specifically in the context of sport
Alberta Sport Action Plan 2019-2029
Active Alberta Policy 2011-2021
Government of Alberta
Active Alberta will inspire Albertans to become more active every day, through sustainable, province-wide activities that generate awareness and motivate action through collaboration.
Roberts Rules of Order
"Robert's Rules of Order" is "the" book on parliamentary procedure for parliamentarians and anyone involved in an organization, association, club, or group and the authoritative guide to smooth, orderly, and fairly conducted meetings and assemblies.