What if one of your participants exposes another participant to COVID-19? And that participant blames you?
We strongly recommend that sport organizations update their waivers and forms before permitting individuals to participate in the organization’s activities. This blogpost explains why.
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As the world continues to adjust to the “new normal” under COVID-19, sport leaders have been considering how best to encourage safe training environments for athletes and coaches. This blog is about minimizing uncertainty by providing you with helpful tips and important information to ensure your organization, your coaches and your athletes stay protected.
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Description: Mental Performance: Dealing with COVID-19: Mental Well-Being for High Performance Sport Performers
Guest Speakers: Sharlene Hoar & Christie Gialloreto, CSI Pacific Mental Performance.
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Description: This self–assessment tool is designed for use by community sport and physical activity providers (municipal recreation departments, boys and girls clubs, Ys, etc.) to assess whether their programs, services and facilities meet an acceptable standard of gender equity. Results will help organizations actively engage women and girls as participants and leaders.
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The landscape for bidding and hosting events may look considerably different once we get past the current COVID-19 environment. Economic impact (EI) data can form the basis for determining your strategy and decision-making as you go forward. Use CSTA’s steam2.0 to run projections on what your event EI might have been, or what it could be if held in the future. Use the facts to help you determine if postponement or cancellation is the better option, what events you should bid on in the future, or what infrastructure may be the right investment.
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