Sport Canada Athlete Assistance Program (AAP)


Sport Canada AAP Carded athletes registered with Canadian Sport Institute/PacificSport planning to access services while visiting a Canadian Sport Institute/Centre outside of British Columbia must contact a Canadian Sport Institute Athlete Coach Services Coordinator at least two weeks in advance of their departure. Each Canadian Sport Institute/Centre location has a different service delivery process, and it is essential that the athlete follows the correct process. Athletes who do not follow the appropriate process for accessing services will be personally responsible for any expenses incurred.

Sport Canada Carded athletes should also review the Athlete Assistance Program materials. Topics of interest may include:

  • Tuition Support & Deferred Tuition
  • Special-Needs Assistance
  • Child-Care Expenses
  • Relocation Assistance
  • Retirement Assistance

 

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The Athlete Learning Gateway


  • Created and hosted by the IOC, the Athlete Learning Gateway is an innovative new way for elite athletes to study while training and competing. The service is available for you to use at any time, wherever you are, free of charge. Short courses feature academic lecture videos created by leading academics and professionals from the world of sport. They also include practical insights from top athletes, coaches and inspirational leaders.
  • Visit The Athlete Learning Gateway
     


Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada (SDRCC)


The SDRCC helps to prevent conflicts and, when they are inevitable, resolve them.

 

SportMed BC Directory of Practitioners


The SportMed Directory of Practitioners is a comprehensive resource that identifies sport medicine and sport science professionals who are dedicated to the development and delivery of services for the benefit of the sport, recreation, and fitness communities in British Columbia.

 

BC Ferries Experience Program


BC Ferries and ViaSport recognize that travel is often a barrier to amateur sport teams as they seek competitive opportunities for their athletes.

To assist in removing this barrier, the BC Ferries Sport Experience Program has been developed to provide travel support to not for profit sport organizations. Eligible applicants may apply for up to $400 in ferry vouchers. Through this exciting program, BC Ferries and ViaSport will assist with ferry travel costs for eligible athletes.

Applications are accepted between April 1, 2014 and March 31, 2015. For eligibility criteria and application details, please visit their website.

 

NSF International Certified for Sport Program


NSF International is a public health and safety company whose Certified for Sport program makes it easy for athletes and coaches to identify nutritional supplements that do not contain any banned substances and are safe to take.

For more resources and information on Clean Sport, Supplement and WADA Anti-Doping policies, click here

 

101 Daily Mental Performance Tips & 101 Hockey Winning Mindset Tips


Get your *FREE* Daily Mental Performance Tips from Best Selling Author and Lead Human Performance Consultant Isabelle Hamptonstone, CEO of the award-winning Brain Train International and author of Hockey Confidence. MORE INFO

 

Personal Sport Record  - **NEW** Performance Data App


Meet your ultimate sports data companion. Experience the easiest way for athletes and teams to use data to take their performance to new levels. MORE INFO
  • Comparative real time data for athletes by age, team, and geography
  • Historical, qualitative and quantitative data to create team selection & practice plans
  • Leave paper based systems and excel file transfers behind for good
  • Finally use data to discover athlete strengths and weaknesses

 

Partner Resources


Useful athlete resources can be found through partner organizations such as:

For more information contact our Sport Performance Coordinator.

Please go to our Resources page for all other resources available.