'Risk Management in Sports' by Republic Polytechnic (RP)
23 June 2020 (Tuesday), 9am to 5pm and 24 June 2020 (Wednesday), 9am to 1pm
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‘Risk Management in Sports’ by Republic Polytechnic (RP)
(For All NROC Coaches)
Every sport and recreational event involves risk. The type and level of risk depends on variables such as the activity, location and environment, skill level and number of participants, weather conditions and number of spectators, etc.
Risks to health, safety and well-being are implicit to sport and recreation. Participants must be aware of the various possible risks involved. Organisers have a legal responsibility to take reasonable steps to manage such risks.
Effective risk management applies a clear process to identify, analyse and evaluate event-related risk. This will assist to deliver a positive and safe event for all stakeholders.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to
- Understand the process for managing event risk
- Know the key considerations and principles when development event risk management
The course delivery involves various strands of experiential learning methodology such as facilitated discussions, problem-based learning, practical / hands-on, peer supported activities and documented observations for presentations.
Participants will be awarded the Certificate of Attendance by Republic Polytechnic upon meeting 80% of the attendance requirement.
This course is being offered as part of Enhanced Training Support Package (ETSP). Click here for more ETSP courses.
About the Presenter
This course is presented by Ms Delphine Fong and Mr Raymond Cheong.
Ms Delphine Fong manages the Safety Management Division of Sport Singapore since the Division’s inception in 2005. She has been actively engaged in sports safety promotion and drowning prevention programs; conceptualized and developed the Sports Safety and Water Champs program, the ‘Buddy-Up’ and the ‘Be Seen, Swim Safely’ national seminar and campaigned the first Water Safety Networking Session in 2006. She has also produced more than 100 sports safety guides and collaterals, conducted more than 700 workshops and presentations both locally and overseas. In addition, she has investigated and reviewed more than 30 sports incidents in Singapore. Her latest accomplishment is achieving the PST Exemplary Innovator Award 2019 with the implementation of the Computer Vision Drowning Detection System (CVDDS) in all public competition pools. Of the 79 nominations, 5 were selected as winners in which the CVDDS is one of the projects.
Raymond Cheong is currently the Work Learn Programme Chair for School of Sports, Health and Leisure in Republic Polytechnic (RP). He has been with RP for 10 years and was promoted from being a Senior Lecturer to an Assistant Programme Chair managing the Diploma in Sports Management before his current appointment. He has taught modules such as Sports Facilities Management, Sports Law and Sports Management. He is also BizSafe Level 2, ACTA and 1st Aid Certified. He has extensive work experience in sport from being Assistant General Manager overseeing the Northern Cluster of Sports Facilities under Singapore Sports Council (SSC). He was also the General Manager for Singapore Motor Sports Association (MSS) involved in the F1 prior to joining RP.
Date and Time
23 June 2020 (Tuesday), 9am to 5pm and
24 June 2020 (Wednesday), 9am to 1pm
This course is conducted online to facilitate off-campus learning from home.
All pricing below includes GST:
- Original price: S$181.90 per pax
- Enhanced Training Support Package (ETSP) Scheme: S$18.19 per pax
- Companies sending their employees for training enjoy 90% course fee funding
- Fees for ETSP are 10% of full course fees
- Please click here for registration. Registration closes on 8 June 2020 (Monday)
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