We offer a variety of educational workshops throughout the year, from Physical Literacy 101 to preparing for athletic scholarships. We often collaborate with organizations like Sport for Life to bring in some informative, fun workshops.
Athletic Taping-Sport Med BC
This eight-hour course covers many of the taping techniques used in a sport setting through a combination of lecture and practical sessions. The course is designed as an introduction to taping. Safety considerations relating to taping as well as the theory of athletic taping will be covered. The taping techniques covered in the course include regional techniques for the ankle, foot, knee, elbow, wrist, thumb and finger. Procedures for injury prevention, minimizing the chance of further damage when injury occurs and for aiding the healing process are also discussed.
A certificate of completion will be issued. This course is approved for 7.0 BCRPA, 7.0 PE/A2 CMTBC, and 3.0 NCCP Continuing Education Credits.
Concussion Management-Sport Med BC
This 2 hour workshop is led by a Certified Athletic Therapist and provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of best practices in concussion management. Participants will gain a greater understanding of recognition and management principles around concussion injuries.
Participants will review injury mechanisms, on-field assessment techniques, the use of Sideline Concussion Tools (such as the Pocket Concussion Recognition Tool and SCAT3), signs & symptoms, concussion “red-flags”, and current best-practices surrounding return-to-play decisions and protocol. There will be a designated time at the end of the presentation for questions and sport-specific inquiries.
This course has been approved for 2.0 BCRPA, and 2.0 PD NCCP Continuing Education Credits.
Athletic Scholarship Preparation
Introductory Information Night for Athletes and Parents of all Sports
College and University Scholarships don’t just happen! Athletes and parents need to start early and develop plans of action to prepare themselves for what recruiters want. Don’t leave your future to chance, start now and learn the WHAT, WHEN, WHY, WHERE’s and HOW’s of the recruiting process. As a principal, college instructor, athlete, coach and father of a son playing professional baseball, Bill Green has worked with hundreds of families, helping them reach their potential as student athletes.