The Canadian Sport School Hockey League (CSSHL) is proud to have partnered with Aimability for the 2021/22 season.
As we strive “to be National Leaders in Education-Based Hockey” the CSSHL works with its members to teach the life lessons that will make all of our student athletes successful in whatever career or hockey path they take. As part of that process, all of our members are required to deliver yearly education topics to all of their student athletes and we have partnered with Aimability to deliver those topics.
The Life and Citizenship Series is a six-part, league-wide webinar series encompassing a diverse set of skills and values contributing to the short and long-term development of the CSSHL community. Aimability will facilitate six separate presentations with some of the top experts in the respective topics below:
- Mental Health and Performance
- Social Media and Internet Safety
- Respect and Character Building
- Gender Identity and Expression
- Racism and Diversity in Sport
- Drugs, Alcohol and Vaping
Aimability is equipped with some of the best professionals the sports world has to offer and this partnership will provide all of our student-athletes and coaches with a wealth of knowledge and understanding,” said CSSHL Chief Operating Officer Kevin Goodwin.
Aimability was founded by former NHL player Kris Beech in 2017. The Aimability team consists of some of the best doctors, health professionals, mentors and educators the sports world has to offer.
“We are pleased to announce the CSSHL Life and Citizenship Series in partnership with Aimability performance and health university. Aimability provides information and services from top thought leaders in their fields, enhancing athletic and academic development for student-athletes,” said Beech.
“Aimability harnesses the elite athlete privilege and connects people with high-level performance and health professionals to maximize potential, enjoyment, and growth opportunities. Our mission is to provide a support network for life, where everyone has the best chance to succeed in their purpose.”