The City of Grande Prairie in partnership with the Alberta Culture and Tourism Board Development Program (BDP) are proud to host a community session of “Introduction to Board Governance: Understanding Your Roles and Responsibilities” on Saturday, March 7 from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at Centre 2000.
The workshop is designed for board members of registered non-profit societies wanting to learn more about their role, enhance their skills, and work more effectively.
Registration is $25 and this includes lunch. Please call 780-532-5790 to sign up. Space is limited!
Learn how to organize your information for the Grant Writing process & how to prepare your Grant Proposals in this 2 day hands on course!
ADDED BONUS Discover the Grant tools & resources available to GPVSB Members!
COST: GPVSB Members – $300 Non-Members – $600
*GPVSB Members use Your GOLD STARS to register for FREE!*
SEATING IS LIMITED MAXIMUM 2 SEATS PER ORGANIZATION
For more information and to register contact us at 780-538-2727 or email email@example.com
The NCCP is a game changer. The National Coaching Certification Program gives coaches the training and tools they need to succeed – in coaching and in life. NCCP training gives coaches the skills and self-confidence to excel, and to instil that confidence in their athletes. Ultimately, that’s what NCCP is all about: developing responsible coaches, inspiring future leaders, and celebrating our potential, both on and off the field of play.
Due to the recent logistical changes implemented by the new provincial government, Coach.ca has requested that we postpone the NCCP courses taking place November 16th, & Nov 22nd-23rd. Please check back regularly for new dates in the New Year. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Designed to help you gain the knowledge and skills required to ensure the safety of your athletes, these NCCP Professional Development modules will make you concussion smart!
To begin, you will require a NCCP#. If you have never taken an NCCP course and need a NCCP#, please register with The Locker.
Is this your first year of coaching, and you have no clue what to do? Or, perhaps you’ve been a coach for a couple of years, but know that there are still some things you could learn about planning your practices?
Build a practice plan through a four-step process: Prepare, Plan, Deliver, and Conclude