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News from January 2020

AFLCA Education Workshop Series

January 16, 2020

AFLCA is excited to launch a series of four professional development workshops in Edmonton and Calgary designed to help you stay engaged and up to date with new information, research, and industry trends.

Check out the hot topics and professional development sessions the AFLCA has planned for 2020!

- Four Professional Development Workshops
– Exciting Topics to keep you current
– Excellent AFLCA Presenters
– Two locations – Edmonton and Calgary
– 3 CECs per workshop – Attend all four and obtain 12 credits!

Edmonton Workshops

March 14 – Bringing Intention to Intensity Training – Naissa Preston
June 13 – Integrating Mindfulness into All Movement – Anita Parker
September 20 – Creative Choreography “FUN”damentals – Jennifer Potocnik
November 15 – Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes: How Corrective Exercise Can Promote Better Movement and Injury Prevention – Lisa Workman

Calgary Workshops

March 15 – Cardio Party with Portable Equipment* – Jessica Power Cyr
June 14 – Form + Focus = Function* – Helen Vanderburg
September 27 – Stress Management for the Fitness Professional – Lisa Daroux-Cole and
*Motivation: Getting the Most out of your Participants – Randi MacFarlane
Note: this workshop will be from 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. (3.5 CECs)
November 22 – Mindfulness Stretching – Lana Asuchak

More information and registration

Don’t miss these great professional development opportunities!

AFLCA Pre & Postnatal Certification

January 15, 2020

New course dates added for the AFLCA Pre & Postnatal Certification. Add to your credentials, gain professional development credits, and learn everything you need to know to teach pre and postnatal classes.

For information and course dates

Don’t miss this great learning opportunity!

AFLCA Arthritis & Exercise Online Course

January 1, 2020

Learn about the latest on arthritis and exercise and earn professional development credits for your recertification. This online course provides basic knowledge about arthritic conditions, an understanding of the barriers associated with arthritis and exercise, benefits of regular exercise, and general recommendations for the instruction of mild to moderate exercise. For more information and registration:

http://www.provincialfitnessunit.ca/arthritis-and-exercise/