Stuckless Consulting Inc. has partnered with Green Communities Canada on a new project focused on walking & wheeling skills training in schools.
Funded through Ontario Active School Travel, the core objective of the project is to enable efficient collaboration across communities on the delivery of in-school training.
Between September 2021 to March 2022 we are working with 12 organizations across Canada that deliver walking & wheeling skills training in schools to conduct a best practices audit. We will then use our findings to develop an online resource hub.
One of the catalysts for this project has been the recent cycling skills training initiative launched by the Near North District School Board. Instead of investing in the development of a new curriculum, Green Communities Canada and Stuckless Consulting Inc. worked to connect local stakeholders with New Hope Community Bikes and their Ride Smart program. In addition to providing proven curriculum materials and strategic guidance, New Hope also helped the school board procure bicycles.
This openness to sharing was also reflected in the response to our recent cycling skills training webinar, and it is the type of collaboration we hope to help foster through this work!
Visit the Green Communities Canada blog to read more about the project and who is involved.