Chinese Taipei Olympic Committee (CTOC) has proudly launched the 11th edition of 2021 International Sports Affairs Training Course (2021 ISATC) on July 1st. The Course will run until July 30th on the designated online education platform. Due to the impact of COVID-19 pandemic, CTOC has altered the hybrid training courses into all-online format, including conducting small group discussions on Agenda 2020+5 via online meeting room, enabling our participants to understand values IOC advocates and joining the courses without the restriction of time and space.
With the utmost support from Sports Administration, Ministry of Education (MOE), the ISATC program has successfully cultivated more than 1400 alumni throughout the years, our participants body came from a variety of backgrounds, including officials from government authorities, sports administrators from National Federations and students who are currently studying the sports management program…etc. Moreover, many more individuals who are passionate about being involved in international sporting affairs from all age groups has joined this year’s edition.
With the purpose of enhancing our relationship with the international sports organizations, CTOC has invited phenomenal speakers, to deliver topics on the concurrent trends in international sports affairs. Our speakers include Ms. Raewyn LOVETT ONZM, Co-Chair of International Working Group on Women and Sport (IWG), Dr. Jeno KAMUTI, President of International Fair Play Committee (CIFP), Mr. Anthony Edgar, Senior Advisor of Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games, Dr. Dionyssis GANGAS, Member of the IOC Commission for Culture and Olympic Heritage; IOA’s Development Projects Consultant, Ms. Gunilla LINDBERG, Secretary General of Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC), Mr. Jens V. HOLM, CEO of International Masters Games Association (IMGA), Mr. Louis LOUIS, International Relations and Olympic Advisor of Qatar Olympic Committee and many more reputable domestic speakers.
Furthermore, CTOC is delighted to have more than 40 counterparts from National Olympic Committees to join our domestic participants online, with an aim to strengthen our relationship with the Olympic Family amidst the challenging time.