There is a need in the south east to offer education and training to individuals in communities to provide opportunities for them to grow as community leaders. The purpose of the South East District Workshop Series is to reduce financial and transportation barriers by providing workshops in communities to address multiple issues within sport, culture and recreation.
Details: Our mini-workshops offer condensed, results-based learning opportunities for your local sport, culture or recreation volunteer team or board! Complete mini-workshops on a variety of interesting topics that will help you gain valuable skills and that will leave you with tools and templates to put new ideas into action! These are offered for free in your community and can be held in conjunction with your next board meeting.
Length: One to two hours
These are offered on an ongoing request basis and will be delivered based on the availability of South East District staff. To book a workshop, fill out our host form!
Title: Hiring a Recreation Director
Details: Is your community considering developing a recreation position? Are your volunteers stressed and overloaded? Do you need some assistance and information to get you started? Look no further!
This program is hosted by South East District with support from the Government of Saskatchewan, Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport and the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA). It aligns with the Framework for Recreation in Canada and the Common Vision for Physical Activity
Details: If you are committed to an active and healthy lifestyle and would like to learn how to support, motivate and energize people in your community, this Certification Program is for you!
Apply Here: Project offered over three weekends: September 20-22, October 4-6 and October 18-20, for a total of 56 hours. Application forms must be received by August 15, 2019
Contact South East Sport, Culture & Recreation District for details on our “Hiring a Recreation Director” workshop/information session, a partnership with the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA).
Stay tuned for exciting workshops!