The IPC Academy developed the programme in partnership with the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF), and the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) after recognizing a need to better prepare administrators involved in the selection, preparation and management of Para-Sport athletes for the Commonwealth Games.
Senior delegates from Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, India, Malaysia, the Maldives, Pakistan, Singapore, and Sri Lanka completed the programme this week, taking part in seminars and group work projects focusing on key areas such as Athlete Development, Stakeholder Integration, and Team Logistics for Para-sports.
The delegates had the opportunity to discuss and debate relevant case studies, share knowledge and establish best practise ideas with fellow administrators, industry experts from the CGF and the IPC, and leading visiting fellows from the World Academy of Sport. The Asian Paralympic Committee also generously hosted attending delegates to a Cultural Celebration as part of the official programme on Wednesday evening.
The programme was targeted at administrators from Asian National Paralympic Committees, and Commonwealth Games Associations. It comes at a critical time for those administrators who are supporting their Paralympic and Para-Sport athletes in the run up to the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games and the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games in the longer term.
For further details about this programme, and all other IPC Academy education programmes, contact the Academy on [email protected] or +44 (0) 161 275 6739
The IPC Academy is the educational partner of the IPC, working together to improve educational standards within sport through the Paralympic Movement. The IPC Academy ensures that executives, administrators and officials have an educational centre that is sensitive to their needs and in touch with industry trends and development, providing world class programmes.