Language: English, French 
Duration: 90 minutes
 
Description:
Let’s give everyone the opportunity to be Active for Life! To achieve that means ensuring everyone has a sense of belonging in the sport and physical activity ecosystem. If you had to rank yourself from little knowledge to a lot of knowledge regarding belonging in sport and physical activity, where would you place yourself? Join this workshop for all learners who are new to the concept of belonging or those who want a refresher. 
Introduction to Belonging in Sport and Physical Activity is a workshop designed to equip cross-sectoral stakeholders (e.g. sport, recreation, education, health and municipalities) with the competence to cultivate belonging in sport and physical activity. During this 90-minute interactive workshop, we will define concepts of belonging, explore how to integrate these concepts to improve your programs and present considerations for your participants’ identities.
Belonging is an important part of providing quality sport experiences and developing physical literacy for everyone. If your participants feel a sense of belonging then your program is fostering acceptance, community connections and/or trust. Join us in the advancement of the Sport for Life movement, where sport and physical activity have the power to be catalysts of change
Learning Objectives: 
 
    • Recognize bias, power, and privilege concepts in order to expand comfort zones.
    • Define intersectionality.
    • Discuss opportunities to facilitate belonging in sport and physical activity spaces.
    • Review self-reflection questions and create opportunities for further self-development.
 
Upon completion, participants will receive a certificate of workshop completion and 2 National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) Professional Development (PD) points (if applicable).
This workshop can be delivered in person or virtually. 


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