Add a new qualification and fresh ways to integrate environmental education into your teaching and your life.
WILD Education is a range of workshops focused on conservation of wildlife and the environment including lakes, rivers and oceans, and adaptable for a wide range of participants. Aimed at both school teachers, informal educators (i.e. sports instructors) and community leaders including youth, WILD Education is a professional development program leading to Project Wild and Environmental Resources Instructor certification.
The Canadian Wildlife Federation and Nautical Youth Toronto* presents
Project WILD and Environmental Resources Workshop
for teachers, water sport instructors and youth leaders
Date: Saturday 14th June 2014, 0900 – 1500
Location: Ashbridges Bay Yacht Club
(foot of Coxwell Avenue, west end of the boardwalk, 30 Ashbridge’s Bay Park Rd., Toronto)
Cost: $45 (payable to the Canadian Wildlife Federation)
WILD Education workshop includes:
The Environmental Resource Manual for Water Sports, forms part of a list of tools available to instructors and youth leaders.
We will provide an opportunity to network with other instructors and clubs who are already using these tools. You will discover a wealth of additional resources, ideas and activities to help young people understand the links between wildlife and nature on the water.
*Nautical Youth Toronto is a collaboration of agencies mandated to advance youth development and leadership by means of nautical recreation, sports, skills and sail training.
Happy Spring and welcome to the 2016 sailing season!
This message is for those of you who have indicated interest in volunteering with Broad Reach Foundation. We are reaching out to you now, at the beginning of the season, to tell you about our upcoming activities in hope that you will lend your support.
We are having a volunteer crew bank meeting next week at the National Yacht Club, located at 1 Stadium Rd., Toronto. The date and time of the meeting is Thursday May 5th @ 6:00 pm. You will have the opportunity to meet our amazing Chief Program Instructor Mr. Bill Turner who will share details of this year’s plan with you.
If you are interested in attending, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can plan for the right amount of refreshments (refreshments are essential, are they not?).
Also, please let us know if you are unable to attend this meeting but are still interested in volunteering: inform of your availability and the activities you’re interested in participating. All responses are welcome at [email protected] .
We invite you take a look at our website www.sailbroadreach.ca and Facebook page where we share our news and events.
You might like to know that we are in the beginning stages of an exciting collaboration with several other Toronto-based youth sailing partners.
Broad Reach thanks you for your past support and looks forward to your continued support of our work.
Best regards to all and fair winds from the Broad Reach Team!
Please check out our listing on the CRA Charities’ Directorate website.
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