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Leadership & Self-Development

Toronto East York Special Needs Integration Request

General programs for children with a disability ages 6-12 which promote social and skill development. These programs will require an additional registration process to become eligible to participate.

NY Special Needs Integration Request

General programs for children with a disability ages 6-12 which promote social and skill development. These programs will require an additional registration process to become eligible to participate.

Scarborough Special Needs Integration Request

General programs for children with a disability ages 6-12 which promote social and skill development. These programs will require an additional registration process to become eligible to participate.

EY Special Needs Integration Request

General programs for children with a disability ages 6-12 which promote social and skill development. These programs will require an additional registration process to become eligible to participate.

Learning Camp: Leader Nation

What's going to work? Teamwork! You will participate in exciting team building exercises, co-operative competitions, challenging mind and body activities that will improve your leadership potential! Daily activities will include indoor and outdoor games as well as swimming.

Integrating Yoga Poses & Stretches in Aquatifit Classes

This workshop is offered in partnership with CALA. Invite everyone to choose the level of intensity that suits their needs, their energy level and their goals. Introduce a diverse vertical water training session using water running as the base move. Add carefully constructed core exercises that target all four abdominals, the pelvic floor and the multifidus using cues that motivate participants. Complete the class with a dynamic stretch formula that releases muscle tension, improves body awareness and leaves participants with a ‘feel good finish’. Participants will earn credits that will go towards maintaining certifications for CALA, OFC, YMCA, and CanFitPro. For workshop specific questions contact CALA directly at cala_aqua@mac.com or call 416 751-9823. Non CALA members are welcome and can earn CALA credits for attendance

PHCD- Healthy Childhood Development

The HIGH FIVE program is committed to assisting healthy development among children. This program teaches participants to integrate the 5 principles into program planning, conflict resolution and creating a safe environment.

Swim, Lifesaving & Emergency First Aid Instructors

The Lifesaving Society Swim Instructor course prepares the instructor to teach and evaluate basic swim strokes and related skills. Candidates acquire proven teaching methods, a variety of stroke development drills and correction techniques. Current Swim Instructors teach and certify candidates in all levels of the Swim for Life® program. The Lifesaving Society Lifesaving Instructor course prepares individuals to organize, plan, teach and evaluate lifesaving and first aid skills and resuscitation techniques in the Society's lifesaving and first aid awards. Because the Society's first aid courses are recognized by the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board, the Society complies with the WSIB's request that only 'first aid instructors' teach WSIB approved courses. Required Materials: Lifesaving Instructor Pack will be charged at the time of registration. If not already owned; Current Canadian Lifesaving Manual and Current Canadian First Aid Manual may be purchased for an additional fee. Prerequisite: 16 years of age by the end of the course, Lifesaving Society Bronze Cross.

Lifesaving Assistant Instructor

Prerequisite: 14 years of age and current Bronze Cross (or higher) certification and Standard First Aid. Through classroom learning and in-water practise, this program prepares candidates to help certified instructors with swimming and lifesaving classes. You will be introduced to key principles of learning and teaching, and master basic progressions. The roles and responsibilities of instructors and their assistants are emphasized. 100% attendance is required.

Lifesaving and Swim Instructor

Prerequisite: 16 years of age and Bronze Cross award or higher and Standard First Aid. This program prepares the instructor to teach and evaluate swim strokes and lifesaving skills. Through classroom learning and in-water practise, instructor candidates explore proven teaching methods; learning strategies and activities; a variety of strokes and skills; effective correction techniques and evaluation criteria. Practise teaching is emphasized throughout. 100% attendance is required.
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