Lyon has hosted the S2A Sport project’s final conference

 

The Final conference of the S2A Sport project on Sport administration was held on 29th of  November in the city of Lyon. Some 40 people from the sport sector of Europe took part in it. The National Sports Academy was represented by associated professor Ivan Slavchev, who also lead the Academy’s work on the project.

 

The results of the concluded pilot training in Finland were presented on the conference. In one week sport administrators from all over Europe were trained on selected modules, built on the results of the project. The Bulgarian participation in the pilot training was by Todor Kolev, who is not only a student at the NSA, but also a manager in the Bulgarian Basketball Federation. The presented participants from the pilot training gave an excellent evaluation and stressed the high benefits of the course, especially the opportunities to establish international contact network and to exchange experiences with specialists of the same fields in different countries.

 

More on S2A Project: The aim is to provide a program for training for the necessary skills and knowledge for the middle level management of sport. The partners of the project are representatives of  12 European countries, and 4 of them are international organizations in all levels of sport. More information on the project you can get on its website:

www.s2a-sport.eu