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.

Active PLAY for Child Care Professionals

Intensity
Low
High

Want to learn more about what you can do to comply with the Director of Licensing Standard of Practice Active Play? PISE, Pacific Sport Vancouver Island and Island Health are partnering to bring information to licensed child care providers.

Each in-person, active session will last for approximately 2.5 hours, and include games and activities for 0 – 12 year olds that can be facilitated in child care licence settings. The sessions will focus on fundamental movement skills, how to teach them, age appropriate games and activities for each skill and ways to adapt games for individuals of all abilities. A take-home handout will also be provided with information on teaching cues, where to find additional resources and helpful hints and tips. Please arrive in comfortable workout clothes and running shoes.

CAMPBELL RIVER: Nov. 24 | 9:30am – 12:30pm

COURTENAY: Nov. 24 | 2:00 – 4:30pm

saturday
9:30 AM–12:00 PM
Nov 24
Reg. #4616
Campbell River
saturday
2:00–4:30 PM
Nov 24
Reg. #4618
Courtenay

PLAY for All – Education Day

Intensity
Low
High

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23RD, 8:30AM – 12:30PM

Doors open at 8:15am at PISE, 4371 Interurban Rd.

A OneAbility initiative presented by PISE.

This free, active and engaging workshop will help you learn ways to adapt movement skills for all kids and youth (elementary & middle school age), understand different parasport options that can include everyone, utilize behaviour support tools and build knowledge of ways to include strength and conditioning adaptations into classes for older ages. Everyone welcome: post secondary students, teachers, recreation leaders or health professionals or anyone wanting to learn more about adapted sport and physical activity.

KEYNOTE: STEPHANIE DIXON

Stephanie was born in Brampton, Ontario and moved to Victoria in 2003 to attend UVic and swim for the Vikes. She earned a BA in Psychology in 2009. Stephanie went on to compete in 3 Paralympics, winning 19 Medals including 7 Gold. She set multiple world records and is the current world record holder in 2 events.
An Ambassador for the Canadian Paralympic Committee and also for Canadian Tire Jumpstart, Stephanie is a CBC Sports Broadcaster for Paralympic Games, and was an Assistant Chef de Mission for Parapan American Games 2015. She currently runs a coaching business in Whitehorse focused on swimming, fitness and motivational coaching. Stephanie was inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame in 2016 and was honoured with appointment to the Order of Canada in 2018.

 

friday
8:30 AM–12:30 PM
Nov 23–Nov 23
Reg. #4823