Twenty delegates from the world of Scottish Sport attended the latest five day residential Executive Education Course on Club and Sport Management at the Stirling Management Centre.
Twenty delegates from the world of Scottish Sport attended the latest five day residential Executive Education Course on Club and Sport Management at the Stirling Management Centre. The programme was organised and underwritten by sportscotland and was run by CMAE. Fifteen different sports were present at the programme.
Delegates at the programme with CMAE’s Director of Education Michael Braidwood who facilitated the programme
The twenty delegates were treated to presentations by leading educators, including Bill Sanderson (Management), Duncan Ritchie (Finance), Jo Buchanan Smith (Understanding Talent) and Kevin Fish (Club Governance and Strategic Planning)
Host sportscotland firmly believes that progressive and on going education for regional development officers will contribute to the continuing growth and development of Sport in Scotland.
sportscotland’s Stuart Harris, who opened the weeks’ education, said:
“Sport in Scotland is in a healthy place and an important factor in that robustness has been the significant collaboration and engagement between partners in the sector.
CMAE’s Executive Education Course on Club and Sport Management held at the Stirling Management Centre was a great example of that partnership approach and proved to be an informative week as well as a terrific opportunity to learn and share best practise in an important area. It was a very valuable course, which I am happy to recommend and endorse.”
The week long programme is on CMAE’s internationally recognised Management Development Pathway which was originally developed by the Club Managers Association of America and thanks to their vision and generosity, has been given to CMAE, who adapted the materials for the European Golf, Sports and City Club Markets.