New Educational Videos Released by Ottawa Sport Council
The Ottawa Sport Council – OTTAWA (February 7, 2018) – The Ottawa Sport Council is proud to release a pair of videos that summarize insight from its two most recent Sport Summits – Let’s Talk about Concussions (June 2017) and Grants Demystified (November 2017). The videos capture these valuable information sessions, hosted by subject matter experts in Ottawa.
As an organization that provides leadership to the local sport community, the Ottawa Sport Council works to provide accessible, pertinent educational resources. Our webinars have provided a relevant online resource, helping stakeholders add value to their respective sport programs by making them more inclusive, innovative, ethical and respectful. This new set of videos allows us to bring even more content to our audience, ensuring the values and teachings shared at our Sport Summits aren’t lost to those who couldn’t attend.
Let’s Talk About Concussions
Featuring CHEO’s Dr. Andrée-Anne Ledoux, PhD and Post-Doctoral Fellow, and a panel of experts including parent Gordon Stringer, Rowan’s Law and Rowan’s Legacy Project, Lorraine Lafreneiere, Chief Executive Officer, Coaching Association of Canada and Paralympian Karolina Wisniewska, the Spring, 2017 Sport Summit Let’s Talk About Concussions held an open dialogue on the impacts of concussions in sports. Attendees discussed how to help mitigate the concussions through awareness, prevention and identification. Click here for a short promo of the video.
Facilitated by local business leader Julien LeBlanc, Grants Demystified, provides viewers with insight into how to identify relevant grants for community sport organizations and how to create a winning application. A panel of decision makers talk about what makes a grant application stand out, eight attributes of highly effective grants, and the details that make a grant provider want to say yes. Click here for a short promo of the video.
The Ottawa Sport Council would like to thank the Government of Ontario for its generous support through the Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund, without which the development of these videos would not have been possible.
We invite you to use these educational materials on the Ottawa Sport Council YouTube page and welcome any feedback you may have.
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As the unified voice of amateur sport in Ottawa, the Ottawa Sport Council (OSC) facilitates advocacy and growth for all community sport organizations
We believe that there should only be positive experiences in sport