Let us help via an ‘electronic community visit’ for now.
In following the recommendations by the Government of Canada, Health Canada, and the Saskatchewan Health Authority, Prairie Central will be postponing all workshops, community session and visitations until further notice. Once restrictions are lifted and you’d like a CV please fill out a CV Request Form , and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org
A Community Visit (CV) is an opportunity for your community or group of communities to gather key people in one room and meet with a Community Consultant. Key people include either paid staff or volunteers, and are those who have a vested interest in making your community a better place to live, work and/or raise a family. Those who serve on sport, culture, and/or recreation boards, councils, organizations or committees, those who hold positions as Recreation Directors, Administrators, Councillors and those who are involved with the justice, health, and education sectors would be ideal candidates for participating in a meeting such as this. People you invite to the table will be as diverse as your community or group of communities.
The Community Consultant’s role is to provide these key people, our members, with an overview of the District, Provincial sport, culture and recreation initiatives, and the programs, services and resources available to you. Through discussion, the District gains valuable insight into your needs. This ultimately allows us to support you better by improving our services. We know we can’t be everything to everybody, but we can create connections to better enable your community to succeed.
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For now, Summer School with Prairie Central?
Is your community interested in ‘hosting’ a workshop with Prairie Central District this summer? In three easy steps we can make it happen!
- Work with a consultant to build a workshop or select a workshop for your community*
- Help us advertise and ‘fill seats’
- Sit back, relax and leave the rest to us
*If you can dream it, we can help you host it!
We want to help your community and your volunteers build skills, knowledge and awareness within the sport, culture and recreation realm! Topics may include… Board Governance, Poster Making, Land Acknowledgements, Grant Writing 101, Newcomer Engagement, Next Gen – Leading With Confidence, Sport Medicine… and so much more!