'Count Me In' Disability Education Workshop

Date posted: 
23 February 2005

Cycling Queensland
Friday 1 April 2005

Cycling Queensland is committed to providing opportunities for people of all abilities to enjoy cycling.

The Australian Sports Commission's Count Me In Workshops are just one way that Cycling Queensland can help clubs, commissaries and coaches to support cyclists with a disability.

The first Count Me In Workshop for 2005 will be held in Brisbane on April 1 in preparation for a 'Come and Try Cycling' Day for cyclists of all abilities (April 2).

Join local workshop presenters, including Athens Paralympics cycling gold medallist and Australian Team Captain, Chris Scott, as we explore:

  • Attitudes to disability
  • 'Disadvantage' and how to overcome it
  • The broad nature of inclusion
  • Latest developments and key contacts

Date: Friday, 1 April 2005

Time: Registration 5.30pm
Workshop 6.00pm - 8.30pm
(includes refreshments)

Venue: The Chandler Arena - VIP Lounge
The Sleeman Centre
Cnr Old Cleveland Rd & Tilley Rd

Cost: $20 per person

RSVP: Monday 21 March 2005
Skye Janovsky
State Development Officer, Cycling Queensland
Phone 07 3390 1477

Bookings are essential!

For more information on the 'Come and Try Cycling' Day (April 2) contact Skye.