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Sport for Life Society – Winnipeg, MB – We’re getting excited about our upcoming International Physical Literacy Conference (IPLC) 2019 Winnipeg, running from May 7 to 10. There’s still time for you to join one of the most innovative conferences in the world of physical literacy. But hurry, today is the deadline to register at the regular rate!

#1. Activate Knowledge

Surrounded by hundreds of like-minded professionals, attendees will not only be exposed to new ideas but also given the practical tools to put this learning into action. Because physical literacy crosses sectors, this is an opportunity to witness some of the compelling work being done by other organizations and discover opportunities to innovate based on that knowledge.

#2. Network with Thought Leaders

The people who present at IPLC 2019 are the ones making waves in the physical literacy community. People such as keynotes Dr. Dean Dudley, Dr. John Cairney, Catherine Carty, Dr. Guy Faulkner, Dr. Dean Kriellaars, and Dr. Stephane Lenoski. You might not know their names now, but you should. They’re leading us into the future.

#3. Learn to Inspire

Through our workshops, you will team up with other industry professionals to discuss ways Long-Term Development pathways can be developed, how more multisport initiatives can be introduced to communities, and ways you can take your organization or team to the next level.

#4. Get Social

It’s not all work, work work at these conferences. You’ll also have plenty of time to get network with other physical literacy professionals over a coffee or a drink or two. Over the course of the three days you’ll get the chance to meet hundreds of people, including at an event hosted by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

#5. Plan for Progress

We don’t believe in being stagnant, so we’re constantly looking at ways to streamline and improve our resources and services. The organizations who embrace the work being done at IPLC 2019 will be experience transformative change as we work to make society more accessible, inclusive and physically active.

Regular registration closes TODAY, April 12. Register for IPLC 2019 here. To see the program or list of active workshops, view the program page. For more information, visit the IPLC homepage – www.iplc.info/iplc_winnipeg/.

 

For more information contact:
Claudine Gilbert
Coordinator of Conferences and Workshops, Sport for Life Society
claudine@sportforlife.ca