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Rolling Forward with Cycling Skills Training in Ontario Schools

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Offers expert tips to implement or improve cycling skills training programs in your community.

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Join Ontario Active School Travel for the Webinar:

Rolling Forward with Cycling Skills Training in Ontario Schools

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Wednesday 23 June from 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

The Ontario Active School Travel program brings together a panel of experts who are currently running bike training programs in schools to help you implement or improve skills training events in your school.

Panelists:

Andrew Hibma - New Hope Community Bikes, Hamilton

Jaime Akiyama - GreenUp, Peterborough

Kristin Schwartz - CultureLink Settlement and Community Services, Toronto

Sabat Ismail - Urban Planning Graduate Student, York University, Toronto

Host: Jamie Stuckless, Stuckless Consulting

You will get to hear about lessons they learned and receive replicable curriculum and other program materials that you can use to strengthen cycling skills training efforts in your community!  

Program Schedule:

  • Welcome & Introduction
  • Cycling Skills Training Briefing:
    • Snapshot of examples
    • Past provincial efforts
    • Lessons learned
  • Panel Discussion & Audience Q&A
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    Organizer Ontario Active School Travel, a program of Green Communities Canada

    Organizer of Rolling Forward with Cycling Skills Training in Ontario Schools

    Founded in 1995, Green Communities Canada is a national association of community organizations that help people go green – in their homes and gardens, on the road, at work, and in the community. GCC and its member organizations work together to help Canadians:

    • improve the health of our communities
    • conserve resources for future generations
    • reduce pollution

    GCC has been a leading organization promoting active school travel for two decades. We do this through research, advocacy, training, educational resources, events, partnerships, and on-the-ground programming.

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