Thu
Jul
07
08:00 AM
Quebec 2
Quebec 1
Thu
Jul
07
08:00 AM
Quebec
Ontario
Thu
Jul
07
09:15 AM
Ontario 2
Ontario 1
Thu
Jul
07
09:15 AM
Saskatchewan
Alberta
Thu
Jul
07
10:30 AM
Big West
Alberta
Thu
Jul
07
10:30 AM
Ontario
Saskatchewan
Thu
Jul
07
11:45 AM
Ontario
Quebec
Thu
Jul
07
11:45 AM
Quebec
Alberta
Thu
Jul
07
01:00 PM
Saskatchewan
Alberta
Thu
Jul
07
02:15 PM
Quebec 1
Big West
Sat
May
28
09:15 AM
Mavericks
Ottawa Titans
8
14
Sat
May
28
10:30 AM
Pacific Storm
Southwest Sharks
13
10
Sat
May
28
11:45 AM
Surrey-Tsunami
Saskatchewan
5
4
Sat
May
28
01:00 PM
Fraser Valley
Mavericks Black
8
10
Sat
May
28
02:15 PM
Fraser Valley
Calgary Renegades
14
13
Sat
May
28
03:30 PM
Saskatchewan
CAMO
5
13
Mon
Jun
20
01:30 PM
Italy (Women)
Canada (Women)
7
7
Tue
Jun
21
01:30 PM
Spain (Men)
Canada (Men)
19
2
Wed
Jun
22
01:30 PM
Canada (Women)
Colombia (Women)
22
2
Sun
Jun
26
08:00 AM
Netherlands (Women)
Canada (Women)
10
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Learn to Play Safe


 

Program Description

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Responsible Coaching Movement

Rule of Two

Safe Sport Resources

 

Program Description

Learn to Play Safe is Water Polo Canada's new safe sport program. 

 

The objective of this program is to provide pertinent safe sport information to Water Polo Canada (WPC) Members and Registrants under one umbrella, the Learn to Play Safe program. Through the utilization of this program's branding, WPC's Members and Registrants will be able to easily find and recognize safe sport related elements.

 

This program will...

  • include, but is not limited to, educational resources and tools, external resources, and safe sport documentation.
  • be updated on a regular basis to ensure its accuracy.
  • address a variety of safe sport related topics.
  • allow WPC and its Members to become leaders in safe sport. 

 

Why Learn to Play Safe? 

The Learn to element explains the notion that in order to ensure WPC stakeholders are provided with a safe environment that encourages their development, being aware of and understanding the concept of safe sport is imperative. When individuals educate themselves and others using tools such as resources, discussions and learning modules they are being proactive and intentional about safety in sport. This knowledge can be be relied on to assess factors influencing an individual’s feeling of security within their sport, as well as nuturing and maintaining safe sport environments.

The Play Safe element explains the notion that in order for all WPC Registrants to have positive experiences and the opportunity to thrive within the sport of water polo, their safety must be a top priority. To ensure that this notion comes to fruition, WPC’s stakeholders must first acquire the knowledge to foster a safe sport environment, then implement what has been learned. 

 

Hence, Learn to Play Safe!

 

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