Education and learning opportunities:
PHYSICAL LITERACY WORKSHOP
The Grey Bruce Health Unit holds free physical literacy workshops for ECE’s, teachers and other professionals working with children under the age of 6 several times per year. B
Our next workshop is scheduled for
September 25th, 2019 from 6:30 – 8 PM in Walkerton.
November 19th, 2019
2020 Dates to be announced – Please contact Alysa Shewfelt at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Canada’s food Guide: What educators Need to Know
This webinar is intended for elementary educators and will include a discussion on Canada’s Food Guide and stratgies to support students’ understanding of Canada’s Food Guide.
Date: This webinar is now recorded and available anytime on the OPHEA website
Physical Literacy e-Learning
An Introduction to Developing Physical Literacy in Early Childhood E-Learning Module:
This e-learning module introduces the concepts of physical activity, physical literacy and active play in the early years (0-5 years). The module helps educators create, adapt and support a physical literacy environment through the use of planning and self-assessment tools. The module is 1.5 hours in length.
Concussion’s e-Learning Module
Ophea’s Concussion Identification, Management and Prevention for Schools 2019/20 e-Learning module
This e-Learning module includes strategies and resources to assist in the education of concussion prevention. This module is intended for all school staff including educators, administrators, and support staff.
Sun Safety e-Learning
This 20-minute webinar has been developed as part of our SunSense program to provide educators in elementary schools a greater understanding of sun safety and skin cancer prevention in schools. This webinar will also provide an overview of the SunSense program and the FREE resources available to schools that register for the program.
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PRO Symposium 2019
Get inspired at Ontario’s largest training event for managers and staff of community-based services aimed at youth aged 13-19. The MBA Symposium is designed to engage, enlighten, and empower staff of youth development programs in order to improve the quality of youth services. MBA – it’s the More and Better Approach to working with youth!