Who should attend?
Multi sector stakeholders committed to healthy child development and environments that support outdoor play and risky play. Sectors include: education, recreation, health and well-being, mental health, social services, research, youth, planning, municipal.
- increased knowledge of evidence based practice and research to support outdoor play
- improved understanding of language related to risky play—liability, hazards, risk and duty of care
- skill development to implement risk benefit analysis and risk assessment systems
- increased knowledge and evidence base to shift towards an outdoor, risky, unstructured and nature play-based culture
- identify emerging and innovative approaches to system change
- increased knowledge and navigation of multi sector policies
- explore collaborative knowledge building principles and methods
- build a connected network of partners and evidence-based resources
**Space is limited! Register by April 01, 2016**
$115 • Healthy, local lunch included