The Chengdu 2021 World University Games have been postponed until 2022 because of the coronavirus crisis.
For the complete press release, see below:
The process of restarting sport activities presents significant challenges for coaches and participants. After an extended period of restricted training and competition, participants may experience a variety of physical and psychological effects that will influence their return to sport participation.
Coaches play an important role in providing a supportive environment for participants during this transition period. This eLearning module provides guidance and resources to help coaches create a safe and adaptable return-to-sport plan.
After completing Leading a Return to Sport Participation, coaches will be better prepared to:
- Identify the physical and psychosocial effects participants may be experiencing
- Understand the role of a coach in facilitating the return to sport participation
- Design a plan to return to sport participation during COVID-19
- Lead and communicate with empathy
How to Register - This free eLearning module takes approximately 45 – 60 minutes to complete and is available HERE. Coaches who are maintaining their NCCP Certification will earn one NCCP PD point upon completion of this module.
For an NCCP overview (at a glance) for Saskatchewan Athletics coaches, please click HERE.
Bold Italic font indicates events that are greater than the provincial level.
NAIG Summer Games - July 12-18 (to 2022)
Olympic Summer Games - July 31-August 9 (to 2021)
Paralympic Summer Games - August 30-Sepetember 6 (to 2021)
Canada Summer Games - August 6-21, 2021 (to 2022)