Physical Literacy 101: An Introduction to Physical Literacy
November 24, 2016 –
Now more than ever, physical literacy is being recognized as an important component of best practices in the sport, recreation, health and education sectors within Canada. The goal of the Physical Literacy 101 Workshop is to provide a broad introduction to the concepts of physical literacy and how they can be integrated into your programs. Participants will take part in an interactive session that will help them define what exactly physical literacy means, and how they can encourage continual improvement and development of physical literacy skills across the lifespan. This workshop is being hosted with thanks to the RBC Learn To Play Project in collaboration with the Central East Physical Literacy Project.
This event is $10 to attend
A light dinner will be provided.
Contact Heather Grundy:
1-866-888-4577 ext. 1488
Eugene is a Board Member for the Community Sport Councils Ontario. He has been in working in the sport and recreation sectors for over 30 years. Presently he is involved with Sport For Life as an mentor and consultant to communities working to promote Physical Literacy. He is the President of the Northumberland Sports Council and a graduate of Brock University.
Gary Pearson is the Coordinator for the Kawartha Lakes Sport and Recreation Council and a Sport for Life champion. He is a lifelong sport enthusiast, with competitive experience in university rugby, kickboxing, grappling and mixed martial arts. He continues to pursue his passion for sport as the President of Big Country MMA & Fitness Co-operative Inc. Gary has spent many years as a volunteer in community sport and as a community development volunteer, working with groups like the Ontario Environment Network, Toward Balance Support Network, and the Kawartha Lakes Food Coalition. He maintains a commitment to providing and promoting quality sport and active living opportunities for all in the community.