UncategorisedFirst Module of Sports Management Course Concludes

September 11, 20190

?The first module of the Sports Organisations Management Programme, organised by the Bahrain Olympic Committee’s (BOC) Sports Training and Development Section, came to a close yesterday (OCT. 10).Held at the section premises at Manama Club in Juffair, the module saw 31 officials, representing different sports organisations from Bahrain and abroad take part.This modules was supervised by a professional team from the World Academy of Sport. They are Director Chris Solly, Brand and IF Relations Director Michael Cary, as well as Academic and Research Professor Gordon Mandry.The participants, who underwent the final examination will now take a two-month break before attending the second  modules of the program that will be held from December 1 to 5 this year. The third and last is scheduled to take place from January 26 to 30, 2014.Developed by the World Academy of Sport (WAoS), the programme meets the specific training needs that National Sporting Federation Managers face.It’s split into three modules, each of five days duration. The first module topic is strategy, national and international stake holder identification and management.The remaining two topics are defining and connecting the athlete path way to federation operations, as well as federation commercial, event operations and integrated planning and measurement.Consultation with the Bahrain Olympic Committee has  led to agreement on the dissemination of standardized best practice through this programme, while will lead to greater success and sustainability across the National Sporting Federations.Participants would achieve several benefits from attending the programme, such as developing management skills specific to their sporting organization.It also helps understanding how the Olympic Committee can support the administration of National Federations through standardized process and requirements, besides learning the management principles required to successfully manage the athlete pathway in their sport.

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