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2007 Workshop for Senior High School Sports Club Executives

Visitors:1491
Source:Sports Administration, Ministry of Education
Date:2012/09/18

Event title

2007 Workshop for Senior High School Sports Club Executives

Responsible Agency

Chinese Taipei School Sport Federation 

Website

http://www.rocnspe.org.tw/

Subcategories

2007 Workshop for Senior High School Sports Club Executives

Purpose

Promotion of an athletic spirit on high school campuses, enhancement of organizational skills of student club executives for the planning and implementation of sports activities as well as encouragement of participation in and promotion of sports activities and inter-school sports exchanges.

Task list

Two workshops for senior high school sports club executives are planned for this year. Each workshop will last 3 days and 2 nights.
1. The workshop for Northern Taiwan will be held in the Fuhsing Youth Activity Center from July 24 to 26, 2007 (No.1, Zhongshan Rd, Zeren Village, Fuhsing Township, Taoyuan County)
2. The workshop for Southern Taiwan will be held in the Sun-Moon-Lake Youth Activity Center from August 1 to 3, 2007 (No.101, Zhongzheng Rd, Yuchih Township, Nantou County)
After a planning meeting to confirm the curriculum and event agenda had been convened in May, all senior high schools were notified and preparatory tasks such as the invitation of instructors were carried out. By the end of June, the registration process had been completed and the Federation took the initiative in planning all matters pertaining to the activities and had already confirmed all details regarding traffic, board, and lodging. Notifications to report for the event were sent out in early July. Schools were also informed of check-in times, locations, and important reminders as well as items to be brought along. In late July and early August the events will be held, weather permitting, to give teenage students an opportunity to acquire professional sports knowledge in a relaxed fashion as well as closely interact with students from other schools. We are convinced that this will have a concrete positive impact on the promotion and observation of physical education activities in the future.