May 11 - 12, 2019
Limited Space Available - Register Here
SIMA is very excited to present this unique workshop that will sharpen driving skills and cultivate resilience and strength. IMSA Prototype Series Champion, Dane Cameron will share his race craft expertise in the classroom and on track. Counselor and educator, Colleen Drobot will share information, wisdom and perspective to parents on how to foster resilience in their kids. It's a one of a kind workshop for the whole family. Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to work with two of the best in their fields.
NOTE: If you are unable to commit to the full weekend, but interested in learning about what Colleen offers you can still register for her 2-hour workshop! - Register Here
"I believe that we start to see our true personalities when we go through the most difficult moments. This is when we get stronger."
- Ayrton Senna
9am-11am Cultivating Resilience in our children with Colleen Drobot (parents only) I Mechanics, Skill Development and the Racing World with Dane Cameron (drivers only)
11am-1pm On Track Group Coaching with Dane Cameron
2pm-4pm Senior Private Coaching with Dane Cameron
4pm-6pm Senior Private Coaching with Dane Cameron
9am-11am Semi Private Coaching with Dane
11am-1pm Semi Private Coaching with Dane
1pm-3pm Semi Private Coaching with Dane
3pm-5pm Semi Private Coaching with Dane
About Dane Cameron
Dane Cameron is a celebrated race car driver in the IMSA Prototype series. A native to Glen Allen, California, Cameron has always felt at home at a race track as his father, Rick Cameron, is a race engineer with over 40 years experience in motorsport. Growing up with a race-winning engineer as a father, Dane brings a unique knowledge of race set ups and how to maximize performance to his skill set. Dane is a graduate of the Michael Valiante Driving Program himself and is excited to come back to a familiar home to share his knowledge. Read more about Dane Cameron at www.danecameron.com
About Colleen Drobot
Colleen is a registered and professional counselor and parent consultant with a private practice in West Vancouver. She is also an educator, has over 20 years' experience working with children in the regular classroom and consults with several school districts. Colleen knows that children and teens face disappointment, loss and circumstances they cannot change. How can we as parents cultivate resilience so that our children will not only endure these experiences, but will be able to gain strength and confidence in their ability to cope with them. In this presentation, Colleen will uncover the roots of resilience and offer ideas as to how parents can foster this process in their children.