Scholarships, Grants & Education for future Parks, Recreation & Culture

Harrison Administrators Workshop

Parks, Recreation & Culture Leadership Summit (Virtual and In-Person)

The topics discussed in our leadership workshops are aimed at the parks, recreation, culture, the broader areas of government administration, and aligned disciplines.

Each of our annual leadership workshops will differ in terms of design and topic, but the essence stays the same: current issues reviewed by expert colleagues with lots of time for questions, discussion, debate, and networking. There is plenty of room for you to bring along a planner, engineer, or city administrator to promote further discussion and insights.

In addition to bringing current industry professionals, the RFBC wants to continue to build on our workshop devotees and encourage you to bring one of your staff who might be expected to step into a senior role in the next few years. The next generation is a crucial part of our planning as well as yours.

VIRTUAL: Nov 9th, 10-12pm PST via Zoom

Getting up to speed – introducing new Councils to the value of recreation services and the numerous factors that go into delivering these services.

This timely session will focus on how to best inform new Councils on how recreation services work, how decision are made and priorities set, and the overall context of providing public recreation services in the 2022 context.

The panelists will share experiences and lessons learned during the facilitated discussion and the Q and A.

Facilitator: Steve Slawuta

IN-PERSON: January 11 – 13, 2023 at Harrison Hot Springs

The Recreation Foundation of BC is proud to host the Parks, Recreation & Culture Leadership Summit. This professional development conference educates participants in pressing topics with high-level think tanks that provide information from a variety of perspectives while giving participants a chance to network, communicate and connect with other industry professionals.

While each session will vary in topic and design, the essence stays the same: current issues reviewed by expert colleagues with lots of time for questions, discussion, debate, and networking. There is also plenty of room to bring along a planner, engineer, or city administrator to promote further discussion and make new industry connections. In addition to networking and generating new ideas, this Leadership Summit is the perfect tool for building recreational leaders for tomorrow by providing them with valuable insights and knowledge from today’s current leaders.

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