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In Moscow have passed courses of improvement of qualification of additional professional education "Sport management".
This is the second series of lectures in the framework of the common program of the Fund of support of Olympians of Russia, implemented by the Russian International Olympic University in social adaptation of athletes who have completed active career. The programme was attended by 22 sportsmen from 17 regions: the Olympic medalists, winners and prize-winners of the world Championships, the Europe and Russia, Directors, coaches, specialists from the center of sports preparation, schools, federations by kinds of sports. The candidates were recommended by the sports federations, the Commission of the athletes at the Olympic Committee of Russia and coordinated with the Ministry of sports of the Russian Federation.
Recognised Russian experts-practitioners, professors of leading Russian universities and teachers of the RIOU held for the participants of the course of a cycle of lectures on the key areas of sport management - from "the Fundamentals of the sport law", "PR and marketing in sport", "Sport sponsorship" to "Management sport construction", "Development of the industry of sports in Russia" and other objects. In the course of the training were carried out and visiting the practical sessions. The curriculum of the course, formed by the Russian International Olympic University, certified by the Russian Ministry of education. All the expenses for training and accommodation of trainees were provided with grants of Fund of support of Olympians of Russia.
The Director of the Foundation Alexander Катушев said: "the Fund continues begun in the end of last year, the pilot project of the program of support of socially professional adaptation of completed a career athletes. The Presidium of the Board of Trustees of the Fund, held in the end of February, noted its significance. Interest in the show and in the regions: they cover the transportation costs of the participants in the place of study. If in the past year on the courses arrived in Moscow by representatives of 11 subjects of the Federation, the now - from 17 regions of the country. Selection for the pilot project RIOU - establishment of innovation - and specialization of "sport management" is not accidental. It highlights the need in qualified specialists of this profile in the modern Russia. On the preparation of "decent specialists in the field of physical culture and sport" stated at a meeting held on 19 March 2013 meeting of the presidential Council on development of physical culture and sports. But finally on the effectiveness of this program we are not to judge, and regions. We know that regional management intends to take into account the collected audience in the course of the study a new professional qualification".
Yesterday, on may 24, Deputy Chairman of the government of the Russian Federation Dmitry Kozak held in the White house meeting of the organizing Committee for the preparation of Russian athletes for the XXII Olympic winter games and XI Paralympic winter games 2014 in Sochi. Some details of the Agency of sport information «All sports» was informed the media-project «Team Russia-2014».
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has signed a new government agreement regarding the volume of financial rewards to the athletes of the Russian Federation and their coaches are based on performances in the framework of the XXVII world summer Universiade of the current year in the Russian city of Kazan, - declared on Tuesday the Internet portal of the Russian government. Details experts of departments of «Russian news» and «sport news» economic journal for contemporary investors «market Leader».
From 25 to 30 March 2013 in Moscow have passed courses of improvement of qualification of additional professional education "Sport management". This is the second series of lectures in the framework of the common program of the Fund of support of Olympians of Russia, implemented by the Russian International Olympic University in social adaptation of athletes who have completed active career.