Line Robert

Line Robert

Sports have always played an important role in Line’s life. Inspired by the 1976 Montreal Olympics, she competed in swimming at the National level during her teen years and played rugby for Vanier College. Line is also a certified coach in swimming, soccer, skiing, and cross country skiing, and has worked with youth and Masters teams in Quebec and B.C. A law graduate from the University de Montreal, Line is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Island Coastal Economic Trust and serves on the VIU School of Business Advisory Board.

Advance Practice Planning

Advance Practice Planning

The Advanced Practice Planning (NCCP Competition Development) module examines the impact of daily training sequencing, and the manipulations that can affect training outcomes.

This module is a great follow-up to the Planning a Practice module. It is recommended that the Performance Planning module be taken before Advanced Practice Planning.

After completing the Advanced Practice Planning module, you will be able to:

Performance Planning

Performance Planning

In order to achieve peak performance, an athlete’s training program needs to be periodized according to the demands of their sport, as well as their individual development needs. The Performance Planning module allows coaches to reflect on the structure of a yearly plan, and appropriately sequence training and development priorities so as to achieve peak performance.

Aboriginal Coaching Module

Aboriginal Coaching Module

This interactive workshop is available to both Aboriginal and mainstream organizations who have Aboriginal youth in their sport, social, or employment programs. Aboriginal Sport Circle’s trained instructors will facilitate discussions which include role playing and group activities to engage all participants. This type of interactive setting has provided a fun, fulfilling, and positive learning experience for both participants and facilitators alike.

Emergency Preparedness for Sport Events & Organizations

Emergency Preparedness for Sport Events & Organizations

Are you ready? In today’s changing world, managing risk is key competency for the sport event industry. From natural disasters to terrorism, coaches, athletes and parents must all understand their role, and the role of local government to both prepare for and respond to emergency situations.

What is an emergency action plan? What should you as a coach/ parent do during an emergency? What is the role of the PSO? How do we mitigate risk when our club hosts an event? Is your club protected from cyber threats (are you sure!)?

Mental Performance Workshop - Campbell River

Mental Performance Workshop - Campbell River

This workshop will educate athletes on the mental factors that influence their sport performance. In order for an athlete to properly prepare play, regulate their thoughts and emotions in a game, and remain calm under pressure, they will be required to use skills that extend beyond the physical aspect of their sport.By understanding what mental factors impact an athlete’s play, mental tools such as imagery, self-talk, and intensity control can be developed to help an athlete cope with the psychological demands of their sport.

FREE to PacificSport carded and registered athletes.

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