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Bicycle Safety Education

May 11, 2023 @ 9:15 am. - 2:00 pm.

Registrations for Bicycle Safety Education are now FULL! Thank you for the great response!

*** FOR GRADES 2-4 ***

Bicycling is great way for students to get around, enjoy the outdoors, and keep active. Despite the amazing benefits, injuries can and do occur.

Bicycle Safety Week is May 14-20, 2023. Join staff from the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute and Acquired Brain Injury Services Education & Prevention with the Saskatchewan Health Authority for a 45-MINUTE LIVE VIRTUAL PRESENTATION about this important topic.

DateTime
Thursday, May 119:15 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Thursday, May 111:15 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Tuesday, May 169:15 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Tuesday, May 161:15 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

NOTE: Session numbers are limited. If your preferred date or time is full, please consider signing up for a different session.

The presentation is a great introduction to bicycle safety for young riders that can be used in conjunction with a planned bike rodeo or as a stand-alone activity. It is FREE OF CHARGE for Saskatchewan classrooms.

Topics covered include:

* Why safety matters
* Your brain and the importance of protecting it
* Bike helmets
* Bike fit
* Rules of the road
* Arm signals

Bicycle safety materials that support and reinforce injury prevention messages will be mailed out after the presentations.

Upon registration, a Zoom link will be forwarded for your preferred session date. An email reminder will also be sent a week before the virtual event. PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER and add ABI Education & Prevention to your list of contacts ([email protected]) to ensure you receive timely communications from us.

Details

Date:
May 11, 2023
Time:
9:15 am. - 2:00 pm.
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Organizer

Robyn Stewart
Phone:
306-651-4316
Email:
rstewart@skprevention.ca

Details

Date:
May 11, 2023
Time:
9:15 am. - 2:00 pm.
Tag:
, ,

Organizer

Robyn Stewart
Phone:
306-651-4316
Email:
rstewart@skprevention.ca
Saskatchewan Prevention Institute