GNOC to organise two high calibre courses
Monday, July 02, 2012
In its drive to achieve excellence in sports, the country’s National Olympic Committee will on Monday organise two important courses at its Resource Centre at the Bertil Harding Highway and the Djeliba Hotel in Kololi.
The Gambia National Olympic Committee will start the busy week with a seven-day course for Sports Administrators in the Security/ Disciplined Services from the 2nd to 10th July 2012. The Course, which will help these sports administrators improve on their administrative approach to sports development will be held at the GNOC Resource Centre along the Bertil Harding Highway, Mile 7 Bakau.
The Executive Bureau of the Gambia National Olympic Committee will overee both the Opening and Closing Ceremonies on Monday 2nd July and Tuesday 10th July 2012 at 10:00 am and 16:00 pm respectively.
SPORTS MEDICINE COURSE
The Gambia National Olympic Committee, ANOCA Medical Commission and the IOC Medical Commission are also organising a four-day intensive Sports Medicine Course for Sports Medicine officers from the 2nd – 5th July 2012 at Djeliba Hotel in Kololi.
The Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa (ANOCA) nominated Prof. ConstantAntoine Roux to conduct the course and the participants are drawn from the following institutions:
Victoria Teaching Hospital (RVTH), the Gambia Fire and Rescue Services, the
Gambia Red Cross Society and the Gambia Football Association Medical Department.
This will be Prof. Constant Antoine Roux’s Second visit to the Gambia. He conducted a similar course in 2000 and the GNOC say they found him to be very experienced and knowledgeable in Sport Medicine. The general public is invited to the Opening Ceremony on the 2nd July.
Author: Daily Observer