Coaching

Sport For Life Introduces Revised LTAD e-Learning Course

Sport for Life aims to develop physical literacy and improve the quality ofsport by creating, sharing, and mobilizing knowledge. This acts as a catalyst for governments, institutions, and organizations to improve programs and services. In the spirit of continuous improvement, Sport for Life is proud to release the revised Long-Term Development in Sport and Physical Activity e-learning course to support the new resource. 

From now until July 31, 2019, Sport for Life is offering this course at 50% off (normally $24.95 + tax). Use coupon code 004F78 for the English version or 9DB694 for the French version.

Our aim is to make it accessible to as many leaders and organizations as possible to deliver quality sport and physical activity in your region. Also, if you had previously purchased the old version of this course, you now have automatic free access to this new version through your Sport for Life campus account.

To take the refreshed LTD course, click here: https://sportforlife-sportpourlavie.ca/catalog.php

  • Be familiar with the Long-Term Development in Sport and Physical Activity Framework and the primary objectives of each stage of development.
  • Recognize the characteristics of quality sport and physical activity programs that support the development of physical literacy, strive for excellence, and empower people to be active for life.
  • Know how to find additional resources to analyze gaps in current programs.

This course is presented in four sections. When you have completed the entire course and passed each learning assessment, you will be able to download/print a Certificate of Completion and obtain NCCP professional development points (worth 1 credit).

Sport for Life CEO Richard Way commented on the course saying, “I am excited about the third edition of the Canadian framework as it will support improving the quality of sport and physical activity across Canada. This e-learning module is a quick way to understand the concepts and factors underpinning long-term development, enabling sport leaders to positively impact participants along their individual pathways regardless if they are seeking to be Olympic or Paralympic champions or active and healthy for life.” 

For more information, contact Alex Wilson – alex@sportforlife.ca.

Annual Women’s Committee Athlete and Coach survey

Take a few minutes to give some feedback on your love of xc skiing and what you’d like to see improve. Your responses will be used to shape the future of xc skiing, not just for females but for the whole ski community. Survey closes May 31st.

Coach survey – Englishhttps://forms.gle/5WJzpQAvPcrX4tYHA

Coach survey – Frenchhttps://forms.gle/j5SiEDM4W2HuH5LU9

Athlete survey – Englishhttps://forms.gle/5tsTBRGq6osHz3fN9

Athlete survey – Frenchhttps://forms.gle/7NrwC3XP6gDGVquz5

Women to Watch Grant and More

Each year, Sport Manitoba awards academic scholarships and bursaries to Manitoba’s athletes and coaches. Find out more about the spring intake of applications.

Sport Manitoba Grants and Scholarships

As well, Coaching Manitoba manages a number of coaching grants and funding programs:

Coaching Grants and Bursaries

Women to Watch – next deadline FEBRUARY 15th

Grey Cup Legacy

Find these and MORE on our Sport & Recreation Funding Resources page.