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Park Leaders Development Program – Fall 2019

Park Leaders Develop Program

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Participation App

Want to Sleep Better, Happy Better or even Poop Better? Then get moving! It’s easy with the new (and FREE!) ParticipACTION app, designed to help you fit physical activity into your busy life and reward you with great prizes. Get the app and see how Everything gets better when you get active.

The Nova Scotia Coach Mentorship Program

The Nova Scotia Coach Mentorship Program is now open for 2019-2020 applicants.

The goal of this new initiative is to pair up experienced Nova Scotia community coaches with upcoming, committed coaches who are looking to grow in their roles, to increase the opportunities for coaches to work with those in other sports and see what other contexts look like and to increase the success rates of upcoming coaches.

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Valley Female Leadership Network

Fall 2019 CAAWS Workshops 2

Effective Networking

Strong networking skills can be a valuable tool, both personally and professionally. From building organizational partnerships to knowing about upcoming events, building your network is a long-term investment with great payoffs.

October 17th; 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Location: (Windsor) at the Family Resource Centre of West Hants

To register: https://thelocker.coach.ca/event/public/5326882

Effective Communication

In the workplace, effective communication is the foundation for better job performance and relationship building. After this workshop participants will be more strategic and efficient in their communication.

November 7th, 6:00 pm – 9:00pm

Location: (New Minas) at the Louis Millet Community Complex Room 119

To register: https://thelocker.coach.ca/event/public/5326884

Life Balance, Conflict Resolution and Leading with Confidence: coming up in November through February in Annapolis & Digby. Keep an eye out for more details soon!

Food Programming and Food Environments in Recreation

Public Health is planning a 3-hour facilitated engagement session in March with partners working in recreation settings – one in Halifax (Monday, March 11) and one in Dartmouth (Tuesday, March 12). The purpose of the sessions is to identify opportunities for collaboration around food programming and food environments in recreation settings.

This workshop may be of interest to those working in recreation settings such as community recreation centres, libraries, after-school programs, in-service day camps and summer camps.

To register please click HERE

Call for proposals- Canadian Parks Conference

The second edition of the Canadian Parks Conference will be held at the Québec City Convention Centre from October 7 to October 10, 2019 on the topic Parks for all and all for parks. 

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