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Principles of Maintenance

BASIC PRINCIPLES OF MAINTENANCE Safety All equipment in the facility must always be in optimal working order. All areas of potential risk must be constantly evaluated by the relevant manager.…

First Aid

What First Aid Equipment is needed? Completing a First Aid Needs Assessment checklist will help you identify what equipment and how many first aiders you need. This section provides more…

Planning for a Sports Program

Planning is the process of setting goals, developing strategies and outlining tasks and schedules to accomplish those goals Planning for a sports program will entail the following 3 decisions 1.…

Organising a Sports Program

  Organising is defined as the process of combining resources in order to achieve objectves. This may take the form of delegating tasks, coordinating activities and resources and creating responsibility.…

Facilities Management

  Facilities include areas that are constructed or maintained to allow people to participate in sport and recreation activities, such as a pool, gym or oval, as well as any…

Preventing Injuries and Overtraining

General Adaptation Syndrome The human body is designed to establish and maintain a state of balance called, homeostasis. General Adaptation Syndrome (G.A.S.) is a term used to describe how the…

Planning an Event

  Step 1: Determine the type of event being organized Leisure Event: Sports competitions, picnic’s, Etc. Cultural Event: Ceremonies or heritage celebrations Organizational Event: Political or charity event Step 2:…

Workplace Communication

What is workplace communication? It is well known that before you come to work, you have to leave your informal self back home. In the office, you’re an employee, someone…

Presentations

  The object of a presentation is to transmit information and opinions to an audience in your own words, within a limited amount of time. A presentation is a form…