A brief look at Sport and Recreation's Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund and the work completed at the Ellenbrook sport's precinct. This community project was funded by the City of Swan and Sport and Recreation's Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund.
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As the only fitness and recreation facility in the growing north end of the City of Peterborough, the Athletics Centre at Trent is a modern, multi-sport centre of excellence, designed to serve the wellness needs of seniors and older adults, students, children, youth, persons with disabilities, and the local workforce.
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Hannah talks about the new Mental Health Award, sponsored by Hiscox, as part of the Community Sport and Recreation Awards. http://www.sportandrecreation.org.uk/events/2017-community-sport-and-recreation-awards-
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The Department of Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation (DAPER) welcomes you. Here, social interaction, regular participation in fitness and recreation and the development of community through programs and services is encouraged through the recognition of the dynamic connection between mind and body. Take a sneak peek into all of the programs and services the Recreation department has to offer. Our goal is to bring students, faculty, and staff together in educational activities that promote healthy lifestyles, enhance a sense of community, foster growth in leadership and teamwork skills, and encourage the pursuit of excellence. Stop by today to start your own path toward a healthy lifestyle! Visit www.mitrecsports.com for more information.
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https://www.snhu.edu/about-us/news-and-events/2016/07/what-is-sports-management?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=socialmedia&utm_campaign=YTchannel_Bitly&utm_content=MPM-1206-content-article-vid-what-is-sport-mgmt&snhu_segment=ol Sport management is a vast and varied industry. You an find sport managers working for professional sports teams, colleges and universities, recreation departments or sport marketing firms. As event and facility managers, sports economists, promotions experts and more. Some love sports. Some love taking chances and challenges. These traits, together, make a winning combination for a career in sports management. Sport management has to do with any and every business aspect of sports and recreation. The field is vast. Sport managers can be found working for professional teams, their parent programs (such as the NFL, NBA, MLB or NHL), colleges and universities, recreational departments and sports marketing firms. They can be event managers, facility managers, sports economists, financial, promotion or information experts. They can run the front office, work behind the scenes or act as the interface between players, coaches and the media. In all of these sports management roles, energy, motivation, good sportsmanship and teamwork are considered strong assets. Hit subscribe, or join our social communities to keep in touch: https://www.facebook.com/SNHU/ https://twitter.com/SNHU
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The #GSA2018 Community Based Sport & Recreation of the Year Nominees • Mpho Makhoba – Hockey and Football • Faith and Hope Foundation – Football and Netball • Moonira Ramathula
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Moletjie Sports Academy is a multi sporting code, having ball games codes, indigenous games and Golden games (from age of 60years and above). Now we are going to add new code where we will be playing two activities: namely chess board and graph game. Project leading by Mr. Tlou Sekwaila (community sport builder).
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If you like the idea of working for a sporting organisation, club or recreation facility, then why not study a Bachelor of Sport and Recreation Management? Our program will introduce you to the business of sport and recreation. You will study areas such as sport and recreation event management, sport and recreation facility management, and community recreation planning. You will build networks within the industry by undertaking up to three industry placements as part of your program. You can elect to take placements locally, interstate or overseas. Past students have worked with well-known organisations and many have been offered employment at the end of their placements.
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'Dance in the Community' is a dance project that wants to inspire people to choose a healthy, active and creative lifestyle. Delivered by Inspiring healthy lifestyles, the programme targets children and young people aged 8-16 years-old in the Wigan Borough and 45% of participants come from some of the most deprived communities in the area. http://www.sportandrecreation.org.uk/pages/csra-winners-2016#social
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Club Doncaster CEO Jim Lord explains the benefits of the Community Sport and Recreation Award.
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Public lecture for Kyle Rich's PhD dissertation. Abstract: The research conducted for this dissertation involved a participatory action research (PAR) project with the Municipality of Powassan Recreation Committee. Framed with the literature pertaining to sport and recreation development, community development, and rural community studies, the project aimed to explore the perceived significance of sport and recreation and the processes of sport and recreation management, as well as to inform changes to current management and policy making practices within the rural community context. This project also sought to identify strengths and challenges of PAR as well as to explore the processes through which researchers can work with community stakeholders as agents of change within the context of (rural) community sport and recreation management. This lecture will provide an overview of the project and include time for questions and discussion from the audience.
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In this 2019 GDC talk, No More Robots founder Mike Rose shares how he built multiple game communities from scratch for games like Descenders and Not Tonight, and how any developer can follow these steps to bring together their own community. Register for GDC: https://ubm.io/2yWXW38 Join the GDC mailing list: http://www.gdconf.com/subscribe Follow GDC on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Official_GDC GDC talks cover a range of developmental topics including game design, programming, audio, visual arts, business management, production, online games, and much more. We post a fresh GDC video every day. Subscribe to the channel to stay on top of regular updates, and check out GDC Vault for thousands of more in-depth talks from our archives.
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Minister of Sport and Recreation Makhosini Hlongwane said his ministry is working closely with SRC and ZIFA in the Government-sponsored Community Sport and Recreation Club system and the envisaged establishment of a national football academy. The ambitious community club system, which seeks to see the establishment of 8 000 clubs across the country, has already been set in motion but funding and human resource shortages have hampered progress. This project was that started in September 2016 immediately after the national Sports Policy was passed.
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Educating Aboriginal Community of Gapuwiyak (NT-Australia) through empowerment, Sports, Music and Mentoring.
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Listen to Derby County Community Trust’s Paul Newman (Community Manager) on why you should enter this year’s Community Sport and Recreation Awards.
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The Indigenous Sport and Recreation certificate is a professional development opportunity designed to support working professionals gain a deeper understanding of the cultural context of Indigenous communities through sport and recreation. Offered in partnership between the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation and the Faculty of Native Studies, the focus of this certificate is the health and well-being of Indigenous communities through sport and recreation.
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As part of Council's Sport and Recreation Strategy, we want to hear from the community about the future of Townsville's Sport and Recreation facilities. For more information, visit https://www.townsville.qld.gov.au/about-council/community-consultations/sport-and-recreation-strategy/_nocache
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Winner of the State Government 2017 Service to Victorian Community Sport and Recreation is Sandy Frame - Swimming
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The Bowling Green Community Center, located at 1245 W Newton Road in Bowling Green, Ohio offers a state-of-the-art fitness center, a 4 court gymnasium, a 1/8 mile indoor track, on-site childcare for Annual Passholders, on-site youth sports & recreation programs, on-site adult sports leagues, on-site adult fitness classes, and on-site family special events. We also off affordable and flexible pass options to meet your needs, including 1 month, 3 month, and 12 month options. More information is available on our website at www.bgohio.org/parks or by calling (419)354-6223.
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Campus & Community Recreation (CCR) at the University of Alberta is about inspiring and empowering exceptional experiences through recreation, sport, and wellness. CCR facilitates and delivers leading-edge programs, events, services, and facilities for their communities.
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Metal building systems are highly versatile, providing environments for many sports/recreation uses, such as fitness clubs, indoor sports facilities, community recreation, equestrian centers and much more. Metal buildings provide a solution that is quick to construct, long-lasting and low-maintenance. That means lower long-term costs and reduced facility maintenance requirements over the entire life of the structure. Versatile clearspan structures have no interior columns which allows for the hassle-free reconfiguration of spaces. Such flexibility allows an owner to easily change out fitness or recreation equipment, add new programs and adapt the space to meet changing consumer expectations. A case in point is Evan’s Fitness Club in Evans, Georgia. When owner and general manager Mike Montarbo envisioned his quintessential fitness center, he imagined a contemporary, industrial appearance featuring exposed framing and wide-open interiors. The 50,000 square foot fitness club includes racquetball courts, a rock climbing wall, a golf simulator, an indoor running track, a two-story spin room, a cardio room with cinema, batting cages, and aerobics studios. Members have been impressed by its sleek and contemporary appearance. Evan’s Fitness Club’s management team plans to build another facility with similar aesthetics in the future. Metal buildings also serve the growing indoor skydiving market. Paraclete XP Skyventure in Raeford, North Carolina is a case in point. The owner’s design and construction team was able to meet the expedited schedule and unique facility requirements due customized solutions, flexibility, durability, and ease and speed of construction of the metal building system. The indoor skydiving facility has four 541 horsepower fans to provide a range of air flow for all skydiving training and recreation and currently houses the largest indoor vertical wind tunnel. Many community centers also rely on the versatility that metal buildings will provide. Bentonville Community Center in Arkansas is just one example. This 80,000 square foot facility serves the local community by providing an aquatic center with indoor pool, a full-fitness gym and many more amenities. Another community venue, the Myrtle Beach Sports Center in South Carolina, features 8 indoor basketball courts and 16 volleyball courts. This 100,000 square foot metal building hosts over 15 million visitors per year and was designed to host both sporting events and trade shows. Metal building systems are custom engineered to provide an exact fit for each specific developer’s program. After a building’s specifications are input into building design software, components and structural members are manufactured, then materials are delivered to the construction site as a complete package—assuring single-source responsibility and consistency in overall project delivery. Metal buildings allow space for energy efficient insulation which saves money and reduces interior noise. Flexible wall panel configurations accommodate future expansion as well as potential equipment and programming changes. The wide range of flexible design alternatives helps owners meet the branding objectives of their franchise facilities and multiple locations. Metal building systems are the most sustainable and efficiently designed solution for today’s low-rise commercial market. Due to benefits like design, durability, single source responsibility, fast delivery, sustainability and speed of construction, metal buildings are the preferred choice for a growing number of fitness and recreation locations nationwide. To learn more about metal building systems, visit mbma.com and our YouTube channel at MBMA media. For the latest industry updates and events follow us on twitter @LearnAboutMBMA. #MetalMeansMore #metalbuildings
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Our state-of-the-art sports facilities rank among the best university facilities in the UK and are used by some of the world's top athletes. Our facilities are open to students, staff and members of the community. Activity programmes run throughout the year but with seasonal variations. We welcome everyone and aim to provide a welcoming and friendly environment that is supportive to all our users with lift and ramp access. We are committed to providing opportunities for all to take part in sport and active recreation. Visit our website for more info: http://www.brunel.ac.uk/life/sport Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/brunelsport Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrunelUniversitySport Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brunel_sport/
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http://www.lpainc.com/design/portfolio/recreation LPA Inc. Associate Arash Izadi talks water efficient sports parks and recreation facilities, how to get your community involved, meet user needs, design and plan sustainably, how to decide between natural versus synthetic grass, and more. (water efficiency) (sustainable development) (sustainable planning) (sustainable materials) (water conservation) (water conservation in parks) (natural grass) (synthetic grass) (synthetic field) (sustainable design) (thorough design process) (master planning) (sports and recreation experts) (LPA) (LPA Inc) (landscape architecture) (Sports and Recreation southern california design) California Sport Design - Welcome http://www.calsportdesign.com/ CalSport Design wants to empower your team, school, business or organization with quality design, promotional screen printing and embroidery services. ... California Sport Design - Contact Information http://www.calsportdesign.com/contact.htm California Sport Design. 2878 South Bascom Avenue San Jose, CA 95124 ... Show more results from calsportdesign.comArchitecture Firm Awards & Honors http://www.lpainc.com/lpa/content/awards ASLA So California Chapter Quality of Life Awards ... California Parks & Recreation Society Facility Design and Park Planning - Cultural Facilities ... Southern California Landscape Architect Earth Art Ltd, San Diego ... http://earthartltd.com/ Earth Art Ltd, Southern California Landscape Architect, landscape design services ... Lighting design, Parks, recreation, sports facility planning & design. California Sport Design - San Jose, CA http://www.yelp.com/biz/california-sport-design-san-jose 4 Reviews of California Sport Design "A wonderfully professional firm who has been in business for decades providing quality goods for a competitive price ... Show map of 2878 South Bascom Avenue, San Jose, CA 95124-1449 Tagger Designs - Sports/Recreation/Activities - Lake Elsinore, CA ... http://www.facebook.com/pages/Tagger-Designs/111347035586988 You +1'd this publicly. Undo Sports/Recreation/Activities · Lake Elsinore, California. Tagger Designs ·. Top Posts. Top Posts · Most Recent. Top Posts, Most Recent ...
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Hi, Zoe here from NDIStv. Getting involved in sport and recreation is a great way to meet new people and stay fit. We’re here at the Disability Sport and Recreation festival in Melbourne today to find out about the great range of sports on offer for people of all abilities. Equal access to sport is important because it allows you to connect with your community, connect with your peers, and I’ve made the best friends through sport that I’ve ever made. It makes me feel included, in that you’re part of a team and you’re part of a greater community. My absolute favourite sport has to be wheelchair rugby. It’s fast, it’s full-contact, it’s strategic and I love how it really challenges people’s perceptions of what someone with a disability can do. Sport in general changes lives. It’s important for everyone to be involved in sport. Remember that it’s not just sports. There are different activities, different physical activities, recreational things that you can do that will get you out, get you moving, get you connected to your communities. For people that don’t have disabilities, include people with disabilities. And also, people with disabilities, have a go. Focus on what you can do, rather than what you can’t do, because there’s all sorts of different sports out there for all types of abilities. Anyone can do whatever they put their mind to. You don’t know how things will turn out unless you try. Well, there is no denying us Aussies love sport, and it’s great to see how accessible so many sports and recreational activities can be. So why not take a look in your community? You’ll be surprised to find how many accessible sports are available to you.
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This Sport Inclusion CoP by the Victorian State Government featured speakers who have experience working with people with disability to support them to access and participate in sport and recreation in Victoria. Jack Swift, who has recently joined Sport and Recreation from the NDIS covers a few key terms and the main ways people are managing their plans. Jack is joined by a variety of speakers providing an evidence base, practical examples and personal experiences of sport, recreation and the NDIS, including Sophie Lynch, Brian Kirk and Veronica Treloar.
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This episode follows up on a topic we explored in our April 2017 podcast titled “Enhancing Life Through Sports and Recreation" (https://youtu.be/imSNwj8aEsE). We had a specific focus at that time on people with disabilities. In addition to the usual work-life demands, our friends, family members, co-workers, and neighbors with disabilities have a few more challenges to address on a daily basis. How do they do it? What services are available for them? This episode shines the spotlight on four participants from that program who will tell us what this program means to them and their fellow participants. *Don Bergman *Sarah Williford *Matt Sechrist *Chris Fonner ©Steve Piscitelli. 2017. All rights reserved. The Growth and Resilience Network® Music by Billy Bowers (www.billybowersjax.com). Used with permission. All rights reserved.
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The Philippines sustained the world's strongest typhoon last November 8, 2013. To date, many are still homeless and in despair. Can Sport be the Answer? The Sport Management Council of the Philippines (SportPhil) has lead efforts to use sports as a development tool for communities in distress. When Typhoon Haiyan happened, a new initiative was born - RePlay, ReLive, and ReCreate: Community Resilience through Sports (R3). R3 aims to build capacities amongst people in disaster areas to use sports as a psychosocial relief tool. Through sports and recreation, communities can find a way to heal and rebuild their lives again. Part of the R3 initiative was a partnership with the Korea New Sports Association and Chung Ang University of Korea. Last September 1, 2014, AASM Member Prof. Hyungil Kwon of Chung Ang University, together with students and volunteers from Korea New Sport Association, went to Tacloban to introduce New Sport. New Sport is a series of modified sports activity, allowing for easy and safe play for kids. Teachers from St. Therese Educational Foundation of Tacloban Inc. (STEFTI) and Bethel International School learned the basic skills and techniques, and were trained on how to introduce and facilitate New Sport play. The intention was to encourage kids to move and play again - a return to innocence and hope, amidst the uncertainty and destruction brought by Typhoon Haiyan. The call now is to create more safe spaces for children in at-risk communities. SportPhil is leading Project 118, an initiative to build recreation spaces in communities. With basketball being the prevalent community sport in the country, building such courts would encourage the survivors to play and move again, a way to build new rhythms in their healing community. Would you help us encourage resilience? Would you help us create communities? Would you help us build 118 basketball courts? For more information on SportPhil and our initiatives, email us at [email protected] or visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Sportphil
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Community & School Recreation Coordinators are reCreating the north, one community at a time...but they are not alone. It takes a core group of dedicated individuals to make a positive impact on the lives of children and youth. Supported by the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund, twenty-one communities and schools in Northern Saskatchewan have the resources to create and facilitate sport, culture and recreation opportunities through the employment of a Community and School Recreation Coordinator (CSRC). Guided by a local Steering Committee and using the school as a major asset in the community; CSRC's plan and implement a variety of activities during the critical after-school time period, evenings and weekends.
Green Sports Alliance 2015 Summit Beyond the Building: How Sports Facilities Contribute to Sustainable Communities & Urban Vitalization Tuesday, June 30, 2015 New sports venue projects provide a unique opportunity for far-reaching impact, from the individual fan to the surrounding community. Join leaders from across the industry as they highlight historic perspectives and emerging trends in sports facility design and discuss how sports venues can spur sustainable communities and urban vitalization. From San Francisco and Las Vegas to Bloomington, IN, Atlanta and Edmonton, perspectives on this panel will showcase how sports facilities have the ability to reshape communities beyond the building with no limit on potential for positive impact. Moderator: Chris DeVolder | Sustainable Design Leader for Sports and Recreation, HOK Greg Beadles | EVP, CAO & CFO, Atlanta Falcons, AMB Sports & Entertainment Group Bob Black | EVP, Edmonton Arena Corporation/Katz Group Kristine Fowler | Associate Athletics Director for Compliance, Indiana University John Marler | Senior Director of Energy and Environment, AEG Kunal Merchant | VP, Strategic Initiatives, Sacramento Kings Find out more at www.greensportsalliance.org
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Occupational Therapist and Program Manager Alice Krauss gives us an inside look at a free, community-based multi-sport program that serves individuals living with physical and/or visual disability. She tells us how Brooks Adaptive Sports and Recreation nurtures a higher quality of life with its holistic focus on Fun, Fitness, and Friendship! All photos of Brooks staff, programs, and participants provided and cleared by Brooks Rehabilitation--and used here with permission. You can also download this podcast episode by going to Libsyn.com (http://piscitellipodcasts.libsyn.com/...) or to iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/g...). Thank you for sharing. A kind review on iTunes would help this podcast channel as well. Music soundtrack (used with permission) provided by (c) Billy Bowers (www.billybowersjax.com). Podcast (c) 2017 Steve Piscitelli. All rights reserved. The Growth and Resilience Network(TM)
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Winning the award in the category of Strengthening Families and Communities'; the City of Stirling, the Department of Sport and Recreation and the Office of Multicultural Interests were recognised for their collaborative efforts and the success of their CaLD Youth Sport, Recreation and Leisure Project'.
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When finished, the multi-purpose sporting and aquatic facility at Port Pirie, South Australia, will have a 120 square metre, state-of-the-art gymnastics hall, squash courts, dance hall, and learn-to-swim and leisure pool facilities. The design form of the proposed building celebrates the silhouetting nature of the nearby Flinders Ranges. The vibrant colours and textures, with the extensive use of cor-ten perforated metal and timber, are borrowed from the surrounding landscape and pay tribute to the industrial history of Port Pirie. http://www.pta.com.au
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Apply NOW for the Graduate Indigenous Sport and Recreation Certificate. uab.ca/PERCert Created for professionals working in the field of sport, recreation and leisure, the Indigenous Sport and Recreation Certificate provides professionals with the skills and knowledge to better communicate with and relate to the Indigenous peoples and communities they serve. The certificate is offered in a blended learning format, with online and in-person learning experiences. The courses offered will provide professionals a deeper understanding of the cultural context of Indigenous communities through sport and recreation.
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