Safe Sport Certified Centers

Safe Sport Certification

To be a Safe Sport Certified Curling Center as a Curling Alberta Member, as a minimum you must: 

a. Adopt a suite of Safe Sport policies (templates can be found here);

b. Have the manager, president and any program heads (as a minimum), complete the free, online Safe Sport training module offered by the Coaching Association of Canada (access the training here); and

c. Have the manager, president and any program heads (as a minimum), partake in a DEI training session. Watch a short DEI review video here and take a look at our online workshop review document here.  

These are certification minimums and we encourage anyone within the curling centers to take part in the training.

Look for the Safe Sport Certified window sticker at your local centre! 

Why Should your Centre be Safe Sport Certified?

The Safe Sport training promotes safe, inclusive sport environments to help make sport rewarding and enriching for all. Safe Sport Training gives you the knowledge and skills to create those environments by recognizing, addressing and preventing maltreatment in sport. By promoting that your curling centre is filled with individuals that promote safe and inclusive environments, you can increase the willingness for new individuals to join the sport of curling. The Safe Sport training is not a curling specific training, but multidisciplinary meaning all concepts and learnings are valued and can be used in any sporting environment. We want to help grow the sport of curling! By including a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) training aspect, we hope to help curling centres foster environments to help increase diversity within our centres, ensure everyone is treated with equity and create space for anyone who wishes to take part in our sport. Become a Curling Alberta Safe Sport Certified Centre and show the community that your curling centre is leading the way in safe and inclusive sporting environments. 

Certified Curling Centres: 

  • Avonair Curling Club
  • Crowsnest Curling Club
  • Dawson Creek Curling Club
  • Garrison Curling Club Calgary
  • Lethbridge Curling Club
  • Millet Curling Club
  • Westlock Curling Club

Certification In-Progress:

  • Acadia Recreation Center
  • Airdrie Curling Club
  • Banff Curling Club 
  • Bonnyville Curling Club
  • Calgary Curling Club
  • Calgary Winter Club
  • Canmore Curling Club
  • Chestermere Curling Club
  • Chetwynd Curling Club
  • Crestwood Curling Club
  • Ellerslie Curling Club
  • Grande Prairie Curling Center
  • Granite Curling Club
  • High Prairie Curling Center
  • Inglewood Curling Club
  • Jasper Curling Club
  • Jasper Place Curling Club
  • Kinuso Curling Club
  • Lakedell Curling Club
  • Leduc Curling Club
  • North Hill Curling Club
  • Mayerthorpe Curling Club
  • Oilfields Curling Club 
  • Okotoks Curling Club
  • Peace River Curling Club
  • Red Deer Curling Center
  • Rimbey Curling Club
  • Shamrock Curling Club
  • Springbank Curling Club  
  • Stettler Curling Club  
  • Strathcona Curling Club
  • Sundre Curling Club   
  • Taber Curling Club 
  • Thistle Curling Club  
  • Viking Curling Club
  • Vulcan Curling Club
  • Wetaskiwin Curling Club

If there are any questions regarding our Curling Centre Safe Sport Certification, please contact Paige Papley at [email protected] 

We would love to help any club become certified, please reach out with any questions! 

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