Northern and Dene Games Instructor Training Application

 

2019 Northern and Dene Games Instructor Training Application 

 

The Aboriginal Sports Circle NWT (ASCNWT) is currently accepting applications for the upcoming Northern and Dene Games Instructor Training in Katl'odeeche First Nation from November 25-29, 2019. Interested applicants should have a passion for the traditional sport or show interest in starting their own programming in their community, and a resident of the Northwest Territories. 

 

This workshop will be taught by elders and facilitators Donald Kuptana & Colinda Blondin. They will go in depth about the history of Northern and Dene Games, teach proper technique for competition, give advice on facilitating and share valuable knowledge for your own programming in your community. All of those who attend will be given the opportunity to attend special ASCNWT events as an official. Together we would like to build capacity in Northern and Dene Games and pass on the importance of the traditional survival games. 

 

There are limited seats available. All selected participants will be expected to attend the full workshop and pay $100.00 fee. ASCNWT will cover the costs of travel, accomodations, breakfast and lunch. All participants will be expected to provide their own suppers. Only those selected will be contacted. 

 

Deadline to apply: November 1st 2019 

 

To apply, please fill out the application below

 

Contact for more information:
Shawna McLeod 
shawna@ascnwt.ca 
867-669-8382
Please note that there is a limited amount of seats available for the training and only those selected will be contacted

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ABOUT THE ABORIGINAL SPORTS CIRCLE WORKING IN YOUR COMMUNITY

Established in 1999, ASCNWT was created through a national consensus-building process in response to the need for more accessible and equitable sport and recreation opportunities for Aboriginal peoples across the Northwest Territories.

We believe that all Aboriginal people in the NWT should have the opportunity to participate in sport and recreational activities at a level of involvement they find meaningful and valuable.