The strategic planning for sports institutions course starts and lasts for 3 days
Yesterday morning, Oman Olympic Academy (OOA) organized online the strategic planning for sports institutions course, within the framework of enabling participants to define the goals of sports institutions and linking them to the functions of administrative work and institutional organization. As well as to provide them with methods of systematic planning that help them determine directions for future work.
The course lasts for three days and targets administrative affairs staff in sports and military sports institutions. It aims to shed light on the basic stages of strategic planning, use modern analysis methods in planning, identify following-up and evaluation tools in strategic plans, and recognize strategic options and implementation methods.
The course will be lectured by Dr. Mansour bin Sultan Al-Touqi, Chairman of the Oman Paralympic Committee – an accredited lecturer by the International Olympic Committee. He will address many topics, including the basic concepts, types and levels of goals in strategic plans, analysis tools to determine strategic priorities, and implementation strategies, in addition to addressing the types of following-up, evaluation and performance indicators to gain new models for strategic plans in the sports field. At the end of the course, participants will be able to acquire many skills represented in formulating strategic and monetary objectives, environmental and institutional analysis, and critical and creative thinking.
Moreover, OOA concluded yesterday a three-day course for selecting medical sports talents with the participation of members of sports federations and committees. The future of the athlete through medical examinations and management of the medical file of the talents, in addition to reviewing the experiences of a number of developed countries in this field.