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Sports Training and Technical Development |28 February 2020

New sports training programmes target managers and first aiders


Introduction to Administration and Basic First Aid are the two training programmes that will launch this year’s series by the local sports governing body in its efforts to better equip aspiring local sports personnel and representatives with the skills, strategies and requirements to better serve and represent.

National Sports Council (NSC) through its sports training centre will begin the 2020 training programme with an Introduction to Administration course which will provide knowledge on how to better govern sports organisations.

The training will provide tools to facilitate the administration of sports organisations in line with the modern trends where good governance prevails.

Trainees will attend the course once a week thus will have ample time to slowly implement and practice the concept to be acquired.

It will cover various modules such as governance of a sport organisation, the operating environment, the constitution and other regulations of a sport organisation, communication, leadership, decision making, management of meetings, time management, managing conflicts, ethics in sports, violence and harassment in sports, the key roles and functions of an organisation and also planning.

The next course on NSC’s training programme will be First Aid for beginners and it will cover topics ranging from scene safety to cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

Participants will learn the theory of the subjects and practice the newly acquired knowledge and protocols with guidance and they will sit of an examination in order to be certified as First Aiders.

Among the different areas of First Aid, the module will cover topics such as legal aspects, signs and symptoms, wounds and bleeding, different positioning, fractures, heart attacks seizers / epilepsy, strains and sprains, allergies, water accidents, as well as heat and cold emergencies.

All training sessions will take place at the National Sports Training Centre at Stad Popiler and registration can be done in person, by post or through email address:


Roland Duval


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