Qatar Olympic Academy concluded the Modern Management Course in Sports Institutions (Management 2), the second qualifying program to enter the Diploma in Sports and Olympic Institutions Management program held by the Academy this year in its thirteenth edition.
The Academy organizes this program in cooperation with the Olympic Solidarity at the International Olympic Committee, as part of a series of annual courses to educate the community about Olympic culture, which was held over five days during the period from the eighth to the twelfth of this October, with the participation of a large turnout of students interested in administrative work in the field of sports, both from inside and outside the State of Qatar, this program graduated many sports leaders at the level of the region in general and in the Gulf Cooperation Council in particular.
This course was presented by IOC-accredited lecturer Dr. Ali Al-Bakri, Director of the Diploma in Sports and Olympic Institutions Management Program, who is renown in this field.
In this course, Dr. Ali Al-Bakri talked about management skills in the field of sports, such as the benefits of good communication and effective communication, which leads to an increase in communication efficiency that leads to a decrease in the number of errors, increases the person's motivation for higher achievements, communication reduces the costs of the institution and reduces work errors, which facilitates understanding the wishes of shareholders.
He also talked about work environment management and time management in sports institutions through meetings between work teams, whether they are employees or various stakeholders, and what is the importance of time management during any work in order to reach the desired success, in addition to other topics, most notably technical management, activities and events management, as well as human resources management.
It is worth mentioning that this course is considered the second part of the Sports Management Diploma Program, while the first part was under the name of the Principles of the Olympic Movement in the Sports System course, the course was presented by the Omani lecturer, Mr. Hisham Al-Adwani, Vice President of the Oman School Sports Federation, Director of the Sports Management Diploma Program at the International Olympic Committee, and the international lecturer in sports management science accredited by the International Olympic Committee, who held many positions in the field of administrative work in Omani sports.
Qatar Olympic Academy concluded on Tuesday the Olympic Values Education Workshop, which is held periodically by the Academy in cooperation with the International Olympic Academy and Olympic Solidarity at the International Olympic Committee, whether at the headquarters of the Qatar Olympic Academy or in the venues of events, schools and others.
The conclusion of the course on the principles of the Olympic Movement in the Olympic system - management 1
As part of a series of sports management programs accredited by the International Olympic Committee and held by the Qatar Olympic Academy periodically throughout the year, the Academy concluded the course of the principles of the Olympic movement in the sports system "Management 1", which was organized in cooperation with the Olympic solidarity in the International Olympic Committee, as this course is the first qualifying course for the diploma program in the management of sports and Olympic institutions held by the Academy for the thirteenth year, which witnesses a large turnout of students interested in administrative work in The sports field, both from inside and outside the State of Qatar, this program has graduated many sports leaders in the region in general and in the Gulf Cooperation Council in particular.
Last Thursday, the Qatar Olympic Academy held the Olympic Values Workshop as part of a series of periodic workshops held by the Academy this year, in cooperation with the Women's Police College at the Police Academy - Ministry of Interior, which is considered the first area of cooperation between the two parties in the field of Olympic and sports education.