CKC is committed to protecting the health, safety, and physical and mental well-being of every individual that is involved in the Canadian paddling community. CKC takes any situation involving misconduct, maltreatment, and prohibited behaviour very seriously. As part of our programming, we are offering to our community a series of workshops.
These sessions will be led by Allison Forsyth, COO, Partner ITP Sport & Recreation, Olympian, and World Championship bronze medalist skier. Allison is a survivor of abuse in the Canadian sport system and is passionate about providing audience relevant education in a real, conversational, and interactive ways. These sessions will provide you with real life scenarios and help all participant groups work through the realities and challenges of Safe Sport implementation, behaviour shifts, and identifying potential predatorial abuse. If you have taken online training before, rest assured that training is considered and these sessions will elevate your knowledge, your duty to protect and be protected, and how to navigate the nuances from commonly seen micro-aggressions and when and how to report maltreatment.
Allison does not take sides. She believes in Safe Sport for all, and whether you are a parent, athlete, coach, official, or administrator, she leads with empathy for your position in this movement and is positive and supportive in her approach.
Safe Sport is a critical component of the future of sport in our country and in every sport organization. These sessions will also support you in your understanding of the why behind that and how you can contribute to this new, safer era of sport.
We look forward to welcoming you to learn more! Please share with all your members to encourage participation in the session that best speaks to the role you/they play in our community!
(over 15 years of age)
Athletes are encouraged to join both sessions (if they can) as they will follow a slightly different framework.
|Postponed until August 2023||TBD||Session #2 of 2
Review and deeper discussion.
*EN/FR slides & simultaneous interpretation for the main presentation (first half)
|Athletes Date TBD|
* Note that the sessions will be run in English but slides will be sent in both languages. Simultaneous interpretation will be offered for the sessions as indicated above (please note that this will only be for anything offered in the main discussion and presentation and not in any potential breakout rooms). Should this change, participants will be notified.