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The WORLD CURLING FEDERATION (WCF)
and The GERMAN CURLING ASSOCIATION (DCV)

WCF Seminar "The Business of Curling"
WCF Seminar "Youth Curling Development"

 

WCF Seminar "The Business of Curling"

Date

Saturday, July 10, 2004 14:00 - 21:00 hrs and
Sunday, July 11, 2004 09:00 - 12:00 hrs

Fees

Euro € 50.00 includes instruction, course material, and WCF “The Business of Curling” participation certificate.

Entries

Maximum 30 participants. Register here

Course conductor

Harold Riemer, Ph.D.

  • Member of the CCA’s Development Advisory Committee. Associate Professor, Sport & Recreation Administration, U of Regina (Faculty of Kinesiology & Health Studies).
  • Helped develop and teach the USCA’s Membership Marketing Seminar series.
  • Teaches professionally program development and sport/recreation, and has been teaching Business of Curling courses since 1999.

Course Contents

Three phases including idea sharing, developing short term action plans, and writing a long term business plan. Participants will share success stories, identify key trends, learn how to manage volunteers, develop novice trial opportunities, and learn how to recruit and keep new members.

WCF Seminar "Youth Curling Development"

Date

Saturday, July 17, 2004 10:00 - 18:00 hrs, and
Sunday, July 18, 2003 08:00 - 12:00 hrs.

Fees

Euro € 25.00, includes instruction, course material, and WCF Youth Development participation certificate.

Participants are also welcome to attend the Junior Camp BBQ at 19:00 hrs Friday.

Entries

Maximum 30 participants. Register here

Course Conductor

Mr. Dieter Kolb

  • Vice President European Curling Federation

  • Executive Member German Curling Association

  • Competitive curler and coach (Worlds & World Juniors)

Course Contents

The aim is to have open discussions on how to develop international Youth Curling. Topics include: a junior bonspiel circuit, a communication network, organizing and running youth curling camps, recruiting new junior members, and developing interesting youth programs.

2003-01-04

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