Lakeland District for Sport, Culture and Recreation is looking for a contract position to work with communities to develop Community Facility Asset Management strategies that will help to ensure they have the capacity and knowledge to develop and maintain inventories and utilize management tools in order to operate their recreation facilities and assets in an effective and efficient manner.

Closing date: Friday March 11, 2022
Take the Lead!® Training Assistance Program
The 2021/2022 Take the Lead!® Training Assistance Program is now available!

$350 can support your implementation of a Take the Lead! program which builds leadership skills, promotes physical activity and encourages inclusive play opportunities for youth ages 11-14.

Applications will be accepted until January 31, 2022. However, the funding is capped and once the funds are allocated, the Training Assistance Program will be considered closed. This may occur before the closing date. Applications will be processed on a first come, first served basis.

Application Form - Download

The Canadian Red Cross is winding down its swim and lifeguarding programming to focus on surging humanitarian demands in other areas – such as disaster and pandemic response, opioid harm reduction and caregiving for seniors. 

During 2022, Red Cross is encouraging and supporting its water safety training partners in making the transition to the swimming, lifeguarding and aquatic leadership programs of the Lifesaving Society Canada.
Saskatchewan Government proclaims February as Therapeutic Recreation Awareness month for the fourth consecutive year.
The Saskatchewan Association of Recreation Professionals will be sharing short videos of Saskatchewan TR “Superheroes” and their stories of working in healthcare throughout the month. Check out for more information.
Training | Education | Workshops
SPRA Upcoming Events
We're pleased to announce the return of the Spring Training Symposium after a two year hiatus!
Join us in Humboldt on April 25-28, 2022.
12 different courses will be offered in-person throughout the week to enhance the skills of front line parks and recreation operators, volunteers and supervisors.
More information about registration and the available courses will be coming later this month!

For more information of to register for workshops check out the SPRA website.
MAS Community Chat - MAS Radar
Wednesday February 16th, 2022 10:00 am
Join us as we discuss all things MAS for the start of 2022!
  • MAS Awards Nominations 2022
  • Spring Courses and Training Support Programs
  • EcoMuseum Network Meeting
  • MAS 2022 Conference - Call for Presenters
  • Change to Saskatchewan public health orders and how that affects Museums 
Reserve 107 Documentary
On behalf of Hepburn Parks and Recreation and Waldheim Regional Library,
we invite you to SAVE THE DATE!

Saturday February 26, 2022 at 7:00pm,
at Heritage Common, 703-2nd Street East
Room A103 (event hall, formerly called the Bethany Chapel). Watch for details!
COVID-19 Work Safe Leader Designation
When: 40 minute course
Where: Online 
Who: WorkSafe Saskatchewan 
Free to attend, but registration is required. Click here to register.
NCCP & CAC Multi-sport Training Modules 
Training modules cover topics relevant to all sports (nutrition, for example) and help you become a more effective coach. They also provide training for coaches working towards Trained status within their NCCP coaching pathways. Completing any module counts toward your Maintenance of Certification.

View a full list of eLearning Modules Here!
Grants & Funding

Indigenous Community Sport Development Grant  - next intake deadline Apr 30

Canadian Tire Jumpstart - Receive funding for registration fees, equipment, travel, etc. 

Creative Kids Funding - Online application information available - next intake deadline May 27

KidSport Saskatchewan - Contact your local Chapter

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