Ulu Klang Recreation Club (UKRC) has been given the recognition and endorsement by the Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) and National Olympic Academy, to be the first club in Malaysia to be allowed to conduct the Basic Sports Administration Course (BSAC) on behalf of National Olympic Academy.
INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE
OLYMPIC COUNCIL OF
ULU KLANG RECREATION CLUB (UKRC)
NATIONAL OLYMPIC ACADEMY
DATE : 25th MARCH – 28th MARCH 2010
A. What is the Basic Sports Administration Course?
The Basic Sports Administration Course is designed to assist volunteers who work in sports organizations to improve, operate and manage their sports organization efficiently and effectively.
B. Aims of Course
· To inculcate professionalism in sports management among sports administrators
· To enable sports administrators run their organization efficiently and effectively
· To equip sports personnel with critical administration skills
· To enhance organizational skills in managing sports events
C. Course Content
The Basic Sports Administration Course consists of eight modules covering the following topics:-
· The Olympic Movement
· Government & Sports
· Value & Ethics in Sport - Fairplay
· Governance of a Sports Organization
· Budget & Money Management
· Source of Revenue
The main content for the modules will be derived from the book, “Sports Administration Manual”. This book provides the primary content for the learning experience and is the framework for delivery of the course. The materials presented are taken from Olympic Sport Organizations throughout the world and represent a balance of sport management theory and practical examples, providing a rich and extensive database of applied materials. The use
of the book as the standard referral text will enable participants to identify what is and is not appropriate for their organizations and learn how to specifically apply the information to improve their organizations.
A. Course Strategy
The course strategy is participant-centred and the methodology will be participative, interactive and experiential in nature. Participants will be involved in making short presentations of the modules, discussions of the content, group work and sharing of experiences.
B. Course Schedule
The course will be conducted for a period of four days from 25th March – 28th March 2010.
C. Course Venue
Ulu Klang Recreation Club
No. 2, Jalan Pelangi
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Participations must attend 100% of the sessions for all eight modules. For each module, participants are required to make a presentation based on the topic of the module.
Participants who fulfill all the requirements of the course will be awarded a Basic Sports Administration Certificate by the Olympic Council Of Malaysia certified by the International Olympic Committee.
The BSAC programme will be managed by a qualified Programme Director certified by Olympic Solidarity and OCM. Facilitators who are qualified and experienced selected from the Sports Institutes, sports organizations and other related institutions will conduct the sessions.
Please contact Mr. Ng Weng Soon of UKRC at +6019 3203365 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
J. Organizing Committee
Advisor : Y.Bhg. Prof. Dato’ Dr. Zakaria Ahmad
NOA Director : Dr. Tan Siew Eng
National Course Director : Mr. Andrew Gopal
Facilitators : Y.Bhg. Dato’ Sieh Kok Chi
: Ms. Moira Tan Siew See
: Mr. Wan Yew Leong
: Mr. Stanley Charles Louis
: Mr. Suhardi Alias
: Mr. Dan Leong Theng Choon
Invited External Consultant : Mr. Aloysius Lee Fook Kwang
Secretariat : Mr. Lee Paw Koi
: Mr. Jeffrey Lau
: Mr. Yap Wei Pun
: Mr. Chan Kar Yee
: Mr. Mohd Parweez
: Mr. Ng Weng Soon
: Mr. Seow Kok Min
: Mr. Phua Chee Wah