[Sust-mar] Cycling, Walking, Skateboarding and In-line Skating Expert Trainers needed!

Cheyenne Dickinson cclawrie at yahoo.ca
Thu Nov 12 12:12:53 EST 2009

Cycling, Walking, Skateboarding and In-line Skating 
Expert Trainers Needed!

Are you a competent cyclist? A perfect pedestrian? Do you
excel at in-line skating? Or maybe you’re a savvy skateboarder?

If so, Active & Safe Routes to School wants you to help
us grow Making Tracks, a province-wide active transportation safety education
skills program.

Using a train-the-trainer model, Making Tracks enlists the
help of adults and youth in teaching safety skills to other youth and children.
We’re looking for Expert Trainers to teach these skills to Youth Mentors and
Adult Leaders, so that they can train other youth and children in their

Expert Trainers are needed to lead occasional training
sessions for any or all of the program’s four transportation modes: walking,
cycling, in-line skating and skateboarding. It’s a great opportunity to get
paid to do what you love!

We’re looking for folks with experience in using one or more
of these transportation modes and with some teaching or train-the-trainer

To express your interest, or for more information, please

Cheyenne Dickinson

Making Tracks Program Coordinator, Active & Safe Routes to School

walk at ecologyaction.ca  |  902.442.5055


Making Tracks is offered through the Ecology Action Centre’s
Active & Safe Routes to School program with support from the Nova Scotia
Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, The Bicycle Trade
Association of Canada, St. FX University and Skate Pass®.

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