The General Sports Authority has signed an agreement of understanding with the National Olympic Academy and the Emirates Center for Sports Science and Sports Medicine, with the aim of strengthening cooperation in the field of organizing and developing human cadres in the sports sector, in line with the 50 Principles aimed at promoting investment in human capital and increasing the exchange of experts and specialists in The field of sports and its applied sciences, which contributes to strengthening the partnership between the sports sector institutions, improving administrative work, and preparing a new generation capable of leading the future of the sports sector.
The signing of the agreement was attended by the Secretary-General of the General Sports Authority Saeed Abdul Ghaffar, and the Assistant Secretary-General for Administrative and Financial Affairs of the National Olympic Committee Azza bint Suleiman. The Interim Committee for the Management of the Affairs of the Emirates Center for Sports Science and Sports Medicine Abdullah Mahioh.
After signing the agreement, Saeed Abdul Ghaffar said: “The authority, in cooperation with its partners, looks forward to developing joint work in the sports sector and raising the pace of administrative work by enhancing the professional capabilities of all administrative cadres, with the aim of developing work mechanisms, promoting sustainable administrative development, and creating an environment of Fruitful cooperation that stimulates continued development, in addition to working continuously to keep pace with the latest international studies to qualify and empower new cadres to be able to take an active role and occupy leadership positions.
For her part, Azza bint Suleiman said, “This agreement reflects the continuous endeavor to develop the administrative system in the sports sector, which will have a positive impact on the technical work directly, and contribute to increasing the organization of work and developing a mechanism for discovering and developing talents, through the use of the latest international academic methods and studies. related to the development of administrative work in the sports field.
Among the objectives of the agreement are organizing joint scientific, professional and academic seminars, workshops and conferences, and approving training certificates related to jointly implemented programs.
Objectives of the agreement
■ Looking to the future by developing and empowering human cadres in the sports sector.
■ Preparing a generation of new sports leaders.
■ Organizing seminars, workshops and conferences.
■ Approval of training certificates related to jointly implemented programs.
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