Organisational Capacity Programme Lead Training 4
20 October - 24 October 2016
Introduction

The IPC’s Strategic Plan 2015-2018 under Organisational Capacity prioritises learning and training opportunities for NPC/NF staff and volunteers in the areas of governance, management, leadership and sport promotion.

With resources now available through the Agitos Foundation and its partners, the Japan Sport Council and the Nippon Foundation Paralympic Support Center (NFPSC), the aim is to continue to offer such educational opportunities for NPCs in 2016, through the successful Organisational Capacity Programme (OCP).

The IPC Academy is supporting a 5 day programme in Tokyo to train selected individuals to lead Level 1 of the above programme in their own countries.

Prospective Programme Leads should register all their details for this training programme by clicking on the box below, in order to access an online toolbox of resources to help them better prepare for this opportunity. 

Following the training, Programme Leads should regularly log back in and check this toolbox for the latest materials that supports the implementation of the OCP within their NPCs.

 
Benefits of attending

At the end of this training Programme Leads should be able to;

  • Undertake a needs analysis of their NPC
  • Design ‘needs driven’ sessions
  • Facilitate (non-lecture) sessions
  • Explain key knowledge topics

Programme Leads will be assessed as to their competence by World Academy of Sport and Agitos Foundation Trainers during the training. All will receive a certificate of attendance from the IPC Academy.

At the end of the training World Academy of Sport and Agitos Foundation Trainers will give each participant feedback on their facilitation skills and determine whether individuals are competent to run Level 1 Organisational Capacity Programmes independently as Programme Lead. 

 
Who should attend?

By recruiting and training talented individuals from within the NPC network to lead these programmes, the aim is to ensure programmes are pitched at the right level and delivered in the most engaging and impactful way.

Programme Leads will use World Academy of Sport techniques, to create an interactive learning environment and to motivate participants completing the course to implement the knowledge they acquire.

We have selected prospective Programme Leads to attend the training with the following attributes:

  • Excellent presentation skills with experience in facilitation and training
  • Ability to adapt programmes to specific audiences
  • Have a strong understanding of the Paralympic Movement and a genuine interest in its development
  • Experience in building organisational capacity through good governance, strategic planning and stakeholder engagement
  • Knowledge of athlete development, including sports development, administration and athlete pathway models is strongly encouraged
  • Speak fluent English and a prominent national language
  • Quick learner, high initiative, self-motivated
  • Excellent communication via email and phone
  • 14 months programme commitment to participate in training and facilitate three OCP workshops
 
Programme outline
Day 1
09:00-09:30: Welcome and Introduction
09:30-11:15: Facilitation delivery 1 and feedback
11:15-11:30: Morning Break
11:30-13:00: Preparing a Need Analysis
13:00-14:00: Lunch
15:00-17:00: Sport Culture World Forum
17:30-18:00: Visit to NFPSC
18:00-19:30: Welcome Party

 

Day 2
09:00-09:30: Preparation Delivery 2
09:30-11:00: Delivery 2 and Feedback
11:00-11:30: Coffee break
11:30-12:30: Designing Learning
12:30-13:00: Preparation Delivery 3 
13:00-14:00: Lunch
14:00-15:00: Skill stations 
15:00-15:30: Coffee break
15:30-17:00: Delivery 3 and Feedback

 

Day 3
09:00-09:30: Preparation Delivery 4
09:30-11:30: Delivery 4 and Feedback
11:30-12:00: Coffee Break
12:00-13:00: Individual Feedback
13:00-14:00: Lunch
14:00-15:00: Implementation Plan (driving/hindering forces)
15:00-16:15: Implementation Plan Development
16:15-17:30: Implementation Plan Feedback

 

Day 4
09:00-11:00: Q&A on content supported by Japan Paralympic Committee (JPC)
11:00-11:30: Coffee Break
12:00-13:30: Lunch
13:30-14:30: Visit Tokyo Sports Center
15:00-16:00: Anti-doping session by JADA
16:00-17:30: Visit JISS and National Training Center 

 

Day 5
09:00-10:00: Ice breaker by Japan Blind Football Association
10:00-12:00: Q&A on content supported by JPC
12:00-12:30: Wrap up
13:00-14:00: Lunch
14:00-16:30: Final preparation of workshop plans 
16:30-17:00: Questionnaires, Provision of certificates
19:00-21:00: Farewell party