SportRisk Training Videos

Short training videos perfect for staff meetings

Why Online VideoTraining?

Video training is designed to complement your ‘on-ground’ training efforts.

Key benefits of these exciting training modules

  • Training videos are short, narrowly focused on one topic
  • Applying micro-learning concept results in ‘quick refreshers’ and just-in-time learning
  • Videos can be viewed individually or in a group setting (e.g. staff meetings)
  • Animated videos are fun and engaging
  • Unlimited access to videos by all department staff
  • Viewed on any platform at any time

Core Risk Management Series: Negligence & Risk Management Simplified

Why is Negligence such a Big Deal?

What is Risk Management?

Negligence Awareness Training for Student Supervisors (with tracking)

Determining Risk Profile (3 mini videos)

  • Introduction
  • Risk Matrix
  • Risk Rating

Core Risk Management Series package price

Core Risk Management Series package price $250

Professional Series

A. Risk Management

1. Risk Management Committee
2. Nuts & Bolts of Risk Management Planning
Package Price $75

B. Sport Clubs

Hazing
Safety Officer Training
Negligence Awareness Training
Budgeting
Transitioning
Classification Systems
Sport Club Council
Leadership Training
Package Price $300

C. Travel

Transportation Planning Essentials
Travel Planning Tools
Package Price $75

D. Emergency Response Planning

Putting it together
Training
Best Practices
Student Training
Package Price $150

E. Youth Camps

Behaviour Management
Missing Child Procedures
Package Price $75

F. General

Lightning Safety
Waivers Simplified
Medical Screening Simplified
Event Planning Simplified
Climbing Wall Safety
Package Price $150

Safety Shorts Series: Launching soon!

The Risk Management Best Practice program provides institutionally-specific feedback allowing our University Recreation department to prioritize areas for improvement to enhance the safety and well-being of our participants.  The thorough analysis by areas of operations provides our staff tangible information to determine our next steps and most effective course of action.  This feedback would take much longer and be less objective if we attempted to undertake the reviews on our own. The comparative data is good for learning trends in best practices of other institutions.

George M. Brown

Assistant Vice Provost,
Director of University Recreation and Wellness
The University of Minnesota

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