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Oman Olympic Academy launches 2019 calendar
February 12, 2019 | 8:44 PM
by Times News Service
The Academy’s agenda for this year includes 15 programmes, the first of which was already conducted several days ago, namely the law and sports programme./Photo: ONA
 
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Muscat: The Oman Olympic Academy of the Oman Olympic Committee has launched its 2019 calendar of training, which encompasses several courses and programmes of study, including eight miscellaneous sports courses, five sports management courses and two Olympic education programmes.



The Academy’s agenda for this year includes 15 programmes, the first of which was already conducted several days ago, namely the law and sports programme.

In March, the Academy will organise the Sports Events Organisation Course and Advanced Sports Management Course.

Leadership and innovation


In April, the Academy will conduct two courses in the field of leadership and innovation in the management of sports facilities, sports injuries and rehabilitation.

In September, a specialised programme concerned with qualifying coaches of a number of sports associations will be conducted through the two courses, namely the Hockey Coaches Course (Level I) and Handball Coaches Course (Level I).

In October, three courses will be held, the first of which is in Olympic and societal education, the second will be concerned with principles of Olympic movement in a sports setting and a finance management course.

In November, three training programmes will be held, specifically in the modern management of sports organisations, human resources and sports risk management modern methods. In December, the Academy will conclude its programmes with two courses in sports media and various methods of integration of the disabled into sports.

The programmes and plans of the Oman Olympic Academy are based on a predetermined vision approved by the Board of Directors of the Oman Olympic Committee, the aim being to propagate and strengthen the Olympic values and philosophy.

The academy seeks to develop human competitiveness in sports organisations and serve as a hub for scientific research and constructive initiatives and thoughts to better serve the sports community.

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