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Canberra Private SchoolsÂ introduces Australian Society Of Sport Administrators in Brighton, for all your education and learning needs.
Established in 1983, the Australian Society of Sport Administrators aims to achieve excellence in sport through the professional development of sport management at all levels. As a national organisation for people engaged in managing sport, whether paid or voluntary, the society is about disseminating information appropriate to the developmental needs of people who manage and administer sport in Australia.
ASSA operates through a network of state chapters and regional branches to deliver a range of information and services to members within the sport and recreation industry. ASSA produces a range of educational resources including the National Accreditation Scheme for Sport Administrators and has been involved in the development of the Volunteer Involvement Program (VIP).
The Level 1 and 2 ASSA courses are part of a comprehensive and up-to-date education and information program aimed at meeting the needs of the voluntary and salaried sports administrator. They are designed to enhance the administrative and management skills of administrators and are nationally recognised. They provide practical sports administration education for club, regional, state and national sporting organisations. Participants access course materials on line and receive certificates upon the satisfactory completion of these courses. For more information about these courses or ASSA (SA) membership please ring 0412 711 156.
Welcome to Australian Society Of Sport Administrators one of the popular educators in your Brighton area. Our aim is help you in your learning journey.
We endeavour to celebrate each other's uniqueness by providing opportunity for all and to develop a culture that identifies that the journey towards excellence is often paved with trial and error, risk taking, learning from mistakes, flexibility and adaptability. We believe that encouraging students to take ownership of the learning is critical in achieving the best learning outcomes and that implicit in this concept is that students learn their own areas of strength and areas of development, through useful and explicit feedback.