The course was lectured by a group of experts organizing Asian championships, management staff of the Qatar Olympic Committee and sports federations as well as Qatar University.
This course is part of a series of courses specialized in several fields in the organization of Asian games, which the Academy has placed on its agenda this year, where the series will be completed later by establishing a public relations and sports marketing course in Asian tournaments, and then a crisis management course at the Asian Games.
The first day's events were presented by Mr. Louis Lewis, an expert on the Qatar Olympic Committee, who spoke about the history, origin, development and relationship of the Asian Games, as well as the mechanism of candidacy for the Asian Games, the way the file is prepared and the conditions to be provided in the application file.
The second day of the Asian Games management and organization session was entitled "Organizational Structure in the Asian Games", where
his lectures were presented by Mr. Mohammed Abdullah Al Shayeb, Executive Director of the Qatar Swimming Federation, who touched on the organizational structures of the organizing committees of the Asian Games and the tasks and duties of each department, Mr. Al Shayeb participated in the presentation of lectures by a group of experts organizing tournaments at the Qatar Swimming Federation, which flew
Each of them has a specific axis in his specialty, and the experts are Dr. Ziad Abbas, technical performance expert, Mr. Mohsen Al-Qalibi, technical expert, Dr. Haitham Imam, technical operations expert, and Mr. Willy D.B. Musharraf in the committees organizing swimming championships
The third day was devoted to the "Human Resources Management at the Asian Games" hub, in which Mr. Mohammed Bin Hamida, an expert at the Qatar Olympic Committee, spoke about the importance of managing human resources, building organizational structures for departments in human resources, managing volunteers, building teams and other related topics.
On the fourth day of the course, dr. Osman Mohammed Al-Dhawadi, Associate Professor of Marketing at Qatar University's School of Management and Economics, presented her lectures entitled "Marketing in Asian Games", where he talked about many topics related to marketing, partners and stakeholders and that target market internally and externally.
The last day of the session was entitled "Financial Management in the Asian Games" and presented by Mr. Mohammed Abdullah Al Mir, Head of Financial Supervision at the Qatar Olympic Committee, who provided an integrated explanation of the construction of Asian championship budgets from the moment the application file was built to the financial closures after the end of this major sporting event.
The Qatar Olympic Academy concluded last Thursday the first chapter of the advanced level of the Arab trainer's program, which lasted for five days from March 6th to 10th with the participation of 20 courses from various sports and training specialties.
أThe Qatar Olympic Academy on Tuesday launched the new version of the Advanced Sports Management Diploma program for sports and Olympic institutions, which is the 12th edition, which is being held by the Academy in partnership with the International Olympic Committee, in the presence of more than 30 students from inside and outside Qatar and from various functional and educational discipline
The Qatar Olympic Academy concluded last Thursday the Modern management of Olympic Organizations course (level 1), which was organized in cooperation with Olympic solidarity in the International Olympic Committee as part of the series of annual sessions to educate the community on Olympic culture, were the first qualifying session of the diploma program of management of sports institutions and Olympic institutions held by the Academy for the 12th year, from which many sports leaders graduated in the Cooperation Council, while the second qualifying session comes under the name of modern management in sports institutions.