First Assist programs are based on the Indigenous Long-Term Participant Development Pathway.
Sport for Life defines the Indigenous LTPDP as a “roadmap for developing sport and physical activity among Indigenous peoples,” and is a “reference for those who work with Indigenous participants in sport and recreation. It has grown out of the understanding that mainstream models for sport development do not necessarily align with Indigenous needs or experiences. As such, this document tries to address that gap by outlining the key elements that need to be considered when planning, developing, and implementing programs for and with Indigenous peoples and communities.”
For more information please visit: https://sportforlife.ca/portfolio-view/indigenous-long-term-participant-development-pathway
All First Assist staff have qualifications in their respective sports, CPR & First Aid and have completed the Aboriginal Coaching Modules. Most importantly they are quality people who will engage with the local community to embrace this active lifestyle and education first initiative.
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- Data analysis based on participant growth and maturation stages
- Anti-bullying policies and programming, including appropriate uses of social media
- Nutritional information sessions and meal preparation