With Quality Sport for Communities and Clubs, our purpose is to provide a guide to quality sport delivery based on Long-Term Development, and to identify how community sport organizations can work with key partners, such as their national sport organization (NSO), provincial/territorial sport organization (PTSO) and municipal recreation departments, to improve and sustain quality sport. The resource will be useful for sport leaders, coaches, municipal recreation leaders, PTSOs, funders and everyone committed to working together to deliver the best possible sport to all Canadians.
We have also established a collection of supplementary material, much of which was not included in the resource, as it will continue to change and grow. The resource is broken into five key actions that community sport organizations can take toward delivering quality sport. Within each action, we offer considerations for quality sport promising practices. You can access our growing list of promising practices here. If you have a promising practice that you think should be included, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each action of the resource contains links to organizations and resources that support or highlight that action's content. You can find the list of links in the sections below.
If you would like additional reading on this topic, the author of Quality Sport for Communities and Clubs Dr. Paul Jurbala has compiled a reference list that may be of interest to you.