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CANOC/TO2015 October Programme

Theme – Promoting the value of physical education and sport for healthy lifestyle and social development

 

Programme components:

 

Day 1

8.30am

Opening Ceremony  -    JOA/MINISTER OF SPORT

8.45am

Introduction of participants  -

9.00am

Defining Physical Education 

 

Vilma Charlton (Olympian, Lecturer in Physical Education, UWI

 

Defining Sport for All  

 

Yvonne Kong, former Principal GC Foster College of Physical Education

9.25am

Non-Communicable and Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases in the Caribbean – a reality check  -

 

Dr. Marion DuCasse, member of JADCO board, 

9.55am

Group Work on Reality Check

10.15am

Break

10.30am

Group Reports

11.20am

Summation of Discussion  -  Need for a moderator

11.30am

Physical Education in the development of national Health and Well Being.  -

 

Dr. Joyce Graham-Royale (Director of Physical Education, Ministry of Education

12noon

Group Work

12.30pm

Lunch

1.30pm

Plenary  -

 

TOR2015 SELECTEE/CXC Head

2.00pm

Obesity Prevention, Physical Activity, Diet and Physical Education in Schools: A review of Challenges and Best Practices.

 

Dr. Heather Littlewhite, Nutritionist and Lecturer

 

Mrs. Pat Thompson, Nutritionist, lecturer at UWI, Author 

2.40pm

Plenary – sharing best practices etc  - TOR2015 SELECTEE

4.00pm

Wrap up

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2

 

8.30am

Physical Education and social development  - 

 

Dr. Dwayne Vernon, Head Social Development Commission, Board Member, Institute of Sports

9.00am

Plenary  - Moderator to be selected

9.30am

Policy, Process and Practice – Physical activity in community development

 

 

 

Mr. Paulton Gordon (Memos Graduate) Head of Management Programme in Sports, UTECH

9.55am

Plenary  - Moderator to be decided

10.15am

Break

10.30am

The impact of modern technology on lifestyles in the Caribbean context

 

Dr. Paula Daley Morris, Lecturer in Information Technology, UWI,

 

Manager of Jamaica Netball Association Information Technology systems

11.20am

Plenary  - Moderator to be decided

11.30am

Linking physical education and sport programmes with sport for all.

 

Mrs. Claudette Jones, President, Physical Education Association, Jamaica & school principal

12noon

Lunch

1.00pm

The integration of policies of the Ministries of Education, Youth, Sport, Social Development, Health, Social and Community Development

 

Dr. Maria Smith, Project Coordinator, UNESCO

1.30pm

Group Work

2.00pm

Plenary   -  Open

2.30pm

Establishing regional physical education and sport for all networks

 

Professor Errol Morrison, Principal, University of Technology

3.00pm

Summary of Workshop - 

 

Professor Neville Ying, Former Principal of the Graduate Mona School of Business.

3.30pm

Closing

 

The team also considered two Canadians with whom they have worked,

 

  • Laura Aldridge
  • Joanne Mortimer

 

As potential resource persons and suggested that TOR2015 might want to contact them.

 

 

HOTEL INFORMATION

 

Knutsford Court Hotel in New Kingston.

  • Arrival October 4th
  • Workshop October 5th and October 6th

 

Rate: US$127 per night per person inclusive of all taxes, including Daily Buffet Breakfast, high Speed Wireless Internet access and welcome drink. 

 

All incidentals are for personal account. Reservations have been made for 30 rooms, let me know how you feel about this number.

 

Conference Package to include coffee break and lunch for 30 persons (subject to review), plus rental of Projector and Screen adds another US$2,422  to the bill.

 

Total cost for Accommodation and Meeting = US$13,798.92 Requirement is for 50% deposit and signed contract. 

 

I have copy of contract. Final date for all payment is September 27th 2012.

 

Rooming list and arrival and departure date to be in Knutsford’s possession by September 27 2012.

 

 

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