UncategorisedThree BOC officials for Sports Management course

September 11, 20190

?The Bahrain Olympic Committee (BOC) will be sending three of its employees to study in the first module of the Sports Management’s Postgraduate Certificate course, set to take place from April 6 to 17.
BOC’s Human Resources executive coordinators Seema Al Kharraz and Mamoon Al Khateeb, along with administrative coordinator Fadi Humaidan, were named to attend the 12-day course, presented in cooperation with the World Academy of Sport (WAoS). It’s designed to equip students with the tools and skills to excel in this burgeoning industry sector.
The three employees have successfully passed a qualifying course after completing a series of theoretical and practical exams.
Students make several benefits from successful completion of the programme, such as gaining new insights into what they can achieve as inspiration sport leaders. They can also acquire an enhanced ability to build high quality relationship with key internal and external stake holders.
They also interact with world-class faculty and gain from their knowledge and idea, as well as being a flexible residential workshop based programme schedule that fits with the demands of work.
This programme is designed to provide the skills and expertise to compete in the sport industry and related businesses and organisations, by combining specialist teaching about the principles and practice of sport management and economics with general training in management, business organisation, strategy and research methods.
It covers several key areas, such as governance and regulatory issues, with emphasis on the wider sport sector.
It will help develop a deeper understanding of management, governance and regulatory issues within the business of sport. It is ideally suited to the needs of executives within a variety of sport organisations, such as professional sport clubs, governing bodies, media organisations, members of supporters’ organisations, and local government officials with responsibilities in the leisure field, as well as people with a general interest in the sport and media industries

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