Welcome to I·SPARC’s Community Sport Development

Welcome to I·SPARC’s Community Sport Development

SPRING 2018 
HOST APPLICATIONS

I·SPARC (The Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council) invites First Nations, Métis Chartered Communities, Friendship Centres and other not-for-profit Indigenous organizations from across the province to apply to host a Sport Development Camp, Coaching Certification Course, and/or Officials Training Session in their community/organization.

These sport camps or courses are community-based programs and can range from 1-2 day events up to multi-week sessions.

Each of our Regional Committees have identified priority sports for their respective region (listed in the application), and these priority sports serve as the focal point for region-wide sport development in the areas of youth sport camps, and coaching/officials development.  Note:  Requests for sport development activities not included on the regional list of priority sports are welcome and the Regional Coordinating Group will consider these requests during the application review and selection process.

Once applications are approved, the Regional Sport & Physical Activity Coordinator will work with the host community/organization representative to plan and deliver the event(s).

HOST ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Appoint representative as primary contact between the Regional Coordinator & Camp/Clinic Facilitator
  • Consider inviting local Elder/Knowledge Keeper to open or close your camp (honorarium available)
  • Promote the event within surrounding communities (e.g. circulate and post event posters)
  • Collect the online registrations and have registrations forms available at your event when permitted
  • Ensure all necessary equipment (e.g. audio visual, sports gear, cones, tables, chairs etc.)
  • Ensure appropriate emergency plan (identify first aid plan, local EMS, and have contact info ready)
  • Check-in all participants and have representative on-site at event
  • Provide final participation list as part of final report
  • MUST fill out an on-line post-event report (within 7 days of event)
  • MUST provide all invoices to the Regional Coordinator (within 14  days of the event)

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 2018 – 5:00 pm, for program delivery dates of APRIL 1 to JUNE 30, 2018.

 

MNBC Event March 4, 2018 Kamloops BC

Métis Nation British Columbia Early Learning and Child Care Community Engagement

If you believe that early learning and child care for our Métis
children needs to reflect Métis culture, history and language then we
need your support! Consulting with Métis children and families and gathering information from Métis community members will inform MNBC, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Children and Family Development what early learning and child care should look like in British Columbia.

A community engagement session will be held in Kamloops
and we are hoping that you can participate.

When: Sunday March 4th @ 11:00AM to 3:00PM
(lunch is provided)
Where: 707 Tranquille Road
Lii Michif Otipemisiwak Family & Community Services

Let us know if you can participate and we will enter you into a draw for a
$100.00 Visa gift card!

Email us at earlylearning@mnbc.ca
If you have a child aged 0-8 years please complete an important survey here:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/metisearlylearning