The Quattro Sports Center, in cooperation with the Olympic Academy of the National Olympic Committee, organized a training course entitled “Organizational and Legal Structure of Sports Entities”, at the Youth Center headquarters in Ajman, and witnessed great participation.
The course came within the agenda of the memorandum of understanding signed between the Olympic Academy of the National Olympic Committee and the Quattro Sports Center.
The course, in which Dr. Muhammad Fadlallah, an expert on international sports laws and regulations, lectured, dealt with the axis of the organizational structure of sports organizations, the legislative pyramid of sports organizations, in addition to learning about sports regulations, rules and laws, and reviewing the systems for drafting sports tournament regulations.
Abdulaziz Abdullah, Director of the Quattro Sports Center, confirmed that Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Chairman of the Tourism Development Department in Ajman and Chairman of the Ajman Holding Group, directed to cooperate with sports institutions and establish partnerships, including the initiative between the “Olympic” and “Quattro”, which aims to raise the level Academic and professional training for sports workers, including coaches, administrators, and executives, as well as players and media professionals, by organizing training courses, workshops, and scientific, professional and academic conferences on a monthly basis. Attendance certificates are granted approved by the National Olympic Academy.
Mohammed bin Darwish, Director of the National Olympic Academy, said: “The National Olympic Academy is interested in preparing national sports cadres, enhancing their competence, advancing their future ambitions, and providing them with the capabilities to lead educational, youth and sports institutions.”
He added: We extend our thanks to Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, and to the management of the Quattro Sports Center, for their keenness to enhance and strengthen cooperation in the field of developing human cadres in the sports sector, and to enhance the exchange of knowledge and experiences between all parties.