The Sport for Life Society
The world’s leading provider of Long-Term Development and Physical Literacy knowledge
What we do
- Creation of resources
- Educating, training, and mentoring
- Improving programming
- Support awareness
- Embed in strategy and upgrade policy
- Encourage assessment and mobilize research
For information on why we do what we do, please visit: https://sportforlife.ca/a-message-from-the-international-division-of-sport-for-life/.
Did you know...?
Sport for Life has worked with and presented to over 65 countries worldwide on Physical Literacy and Long Term Development in Sport and Physical Activity. We have worked with governments, national olympic committees, non-governmental organizations, sport organizations, Olympic Solidarity, and more.
Sport for Life offers a comprehensive suite of services, programs and tools:
- Shaping national sport strategy
- Asset mapping
- Facilitating national sport development frameworks
- National sport competition review
- International certification
Physical Literacy for Nations and Communities
- Strategic framework customized for your nation or community including sport, recreation, education and health sectors
- Physical Literacy training and education including workshops, conferences, e-learning modules
- Training to build in-country expertise
- Mentoring leaders and representatives from all sectors
Physical Literacy for Clubs, Schools, and Organizations
- Program Review
- Program Design
- Program Development
- Physical Literacy Instructor Training
- Program Piloting
- Physical Literacy Assessments
- Monitoring and Quality Assurance
Quality Sport for Indigenous Communities
- Support sport and physical activity leaders and organizations enhance their support of Indigenous participants and athletes in their programming.
- Support local champions to develop sustainable quality sport and physical activity programs, build collaborative relationships, and re-engage their community members into active and healthy lifestyles.
- Facilities based on Sport for Life principles of Long Term Development in Sport & Physical Activity promoting movement and physical activity:
- Multi-sport leisure facilities
- Early years facilities design to develop physical literacy
- Sport-specific high school facilities for international competitions
- Variety of standard or custom built workshops available to request.
- Online eLearning courses on a variety of topics including:
- Introduction to Long-Term Development in Sport and Physical Activity
- Introduction to Physical Literacy
- Risk Management in Sport
- Accessible Anytime...Anywhere. Learn at your own pace.
- Custom branded online campus to manage education and compliance regulations.
- A simple online platform for creating and sharing lesson plans that support physical literacy development.
- Searchable database of activities and lesson plans based on age-and-stage-appropriate tags
- Ability to create custom lesson and program plans
- Live instruction mode – access lesson plans and supporting media directly on your mobile device
- A series of physical literacy assessment tools developed by Sport for Life Society to determine the level of an individual's physical literacy including PlayBasic, PlayFun, PlayParent.
Notable Projects include:
- Long-Term Athlete Development Leadership Education Program in the Caribbean – With the Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees and Olympic Solidarity, we delivered Education Program in 6 nations over 18 months, producing 40+ fully developed and approved sport-specific LTAD models.
- Education and Evaluation Tools for New York Road Runners – Developing education and evaluation tools for Rising New York Road Runners.
- Physical Literacy Master Training in India with the Andra Pradesh State Government – Physical Literacy Master Tutor Training, program development, and State Coaches’ Long-Term Athlete Development education.
- Apex Sport Academy in Egypt − Design, construction and implementation of Sport Academy in a Kindergarten to Grade 12 international school based on the principles and best practices of physical literacy and Long-Term Athlete Development.
Sport for Life aspires to contribute to the United Nations’ sustainable development goals through building quality sport and developing physical literacy with governments and organizations around the world. Specifically:
To inquire about Sport for Life services, please contact Thomas Jones, Director of International Relations, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.