As one of the hundreds and hundreds of coaches involved in amateur sports in Sudbury, have you ever wondered how to incorporate the basic elements of physical literacy into the occasional practice?
For that matter, have you simply wondered what physical literacy and fundamental movement skills are even all about?
The answers might be closer than you think.
On Friday, March 23rd, Sport for Life instructor and Senior Manager for Physical Literacy Mark Verbeek will be in town for a free evening session: Developing Physical Literacy in a Quality Sport Program.
The former CFLer will be on hand, at Lockerby Composite from 7:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m., delivering a workshop that is open to coaches, parents, and really anyone involved with amateur sports, for that matter.
The event is completely free of charge, organized by Active Sudbury. Anyone interested in attending can either register through Eventbrite, or simply email their intentions to attend to email@example.com, or to SportLink Executive Director Randy Pascal at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Those interested are invited to come out and learn about providing quality sport experiences by including fundamental movement skills, the connection to Long-Term Athlete Development, and how to apply these foundations for youth.
Lockerby Composite School
Ramsey View Court
March 23rd, 2018
Lockerby Composite School, Ramsey View Court, Sudbury, ON, Canada