The Qatar Olympic Academy concluded the lectures of the third semester of the Advanced Diploma Program in Sports and Olympic Institutions Management "Thirteenth Edition of 2023", which was held for three days, in the presence of all the program's students, from inside and outside the country from various sports and administrative disciplines.
This semester's lectures were delivered by Dr. Christos Anganostopoulos, a member of the Education City Network and Assistant Professor of Sports Management at Hamad Bin Khalifa University, and Associate Professor of Sports Management at the University of Molde in Norway, who has a vast experience in this discipline, in addition to the studies, research, and books he has written and published in this discipline.
Dr. Christos began lectures of the first day about the organization of administrative work in human resources management, and explained the different types of administrative organizational structures, explaining the pros and cons of each type, in addition to the importance of having an administrative organizational structure for any sports institution, whether it is small in activity and functional specialization or a large institution with specialized activity.
On the second day, the lecturer touched on the importance of human resources for any private or public institution, as the human element is the optimal investment for the long-term sustainability of the institution's services, and ways to develop human resources through training, and develop their strategies through ideal planning, and optimal mechanisms in recruiting and motivating human resources.
Dr. Anganostopoulos concluded the second day's lectures discussing about ways to develop human resources skills through training, and the best ways to develop human resources.
On the third and last day of this semester, the students presented their presentations for the last semester, which was entitled "Strategic Planning", where Dr. Ali Al-Bakri, Director of the Program, evaluated the presentations of each student and the percentage of ideas learned in that semester.
Mr. Khalil Ibrahim Al-Jaber, Executive Director of the Qatar Olympic Academy, received on Tuesday morning at the Academy's headquarters in the Qatari capital, Mr. Mubarak Rashid Al-Buainain, Vice President of the Asian Sports Press Federation, and member of the Sports Media Committee.
The Qatar Olympic Academy received a group of speakers at the Fourth Conference of the International Association of Sports Management "WASM" to learn about what the Academy offers to spread the culture of sports, Olympic and various sports sciences through various programs, courses and workshops.
The Qatar Olympic Academy concluded the training of trainers course in Olympic education, which was held over four days divided between theoretical lectures and practical application. Approximately fifteen students from different disciplines, studies and positions participated in this course, which reflected positively on the course, and who enriched the content of the course from their field and practical experiences and provided a lot to the content of the course.