The Canadian Physical Education Association (CPEA) was established in 1933 by Dr. Arthur S. Sheep of McGill University. In 1951, the affiliation got to be consolidated to better serve the necessities of its developing enrollment, and changed its name to the Canadian Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation. In 1994, to perceive the worth and uniqueness of move training, the name was altered to the Canadian Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (CAHPERD). In its 75th year of administration to the calling, the association changed its name to Physical and Health Education Canada (PHE Canada). We have been Canada's chief expert association for physical and wellbeing teachers for more than 80 years.
Our individuals are transcendently instructors working in the educational system, the chairmen who bolster them and the college educators occupied with pre-administration instructor preparing and in exploration in physical and wellbeing training. We endeavor to accomplish our vision by supporting schools in getting to be Health Promoting Schools that incorporate the arrangement of Quality Daily Physical Education and encouraging sound school groups. We bolster schools through a scope of projects, assets and activities.
We advocate for and advance quality physical training and quality wellbeing instruction programs offered in Health Promoting Schools to empower understudies the chance to build up the learning, abilities and states of mind expected to lead physically dynamic and sound lives, now and in their future.Read More»