Presentation on theme: "ITTF Development and Education & TrainingWorkshop 26 th March, 2012 Dortmund, Germany."— Presentation transcript:
ITTF Development and Education & TrainingWorkshop 26 th March, 2012 Dortmund, Germany
ITTF Development Program Began1999-pilot project in Oceania Expanded to other continents 2001 Funding formula based on member countries and needs. 4 year Agreements of Understanding based on a menu of possible activities. Currently more than 100 courses and equipment assistance to 30 countries annually as well as multiple goodwill projects.
ITTF Development Program Staff ITTF Deputy CEO/Executive Director -Development: Glenn Tepper Overall responsible for Development Program + responsible for ASI, OCE Development Programs ITTF Deputy Executive Director -Development: Leandro Olvech Assists Executive Director, responsible for LA,NA Development Programs, PTT, Goodwill Fund-Dream Building ITTF Deputy Executive Director-Education & Training: Polona Susin Works with Development and Education & Training Departments Responsible for AFR, EUR, WWG, and Haiti within Development Department.
Continental Development Officers Asia Afshin Badiee Co-ordinates the ATTU Development Program Europe Lilamani DeSoysa Co-ordinates the ETTU Development Program Latin America Evelio Alvarez Co-ordinates the LATTU Development Program Conducts ITTF-PTT L1 Courses Oceania Michael Brown Co-ordinates the OTTF Development Program Conducts ITTF-PTT L1 Courses Fulltime course conductor
Africa 12 Development Projects: 1 Womens Course, Junior Training Camps before ITTF Global Junior Circuit events, Coach Education, Training Camps or URC courses. 20 ITTF Manuals: provided to each Coach Education course Womens Forum-Course Equipment Assistance: to organizers of African Championships + 6 member countries by rotation (8 packages in total) ITTF Cadet Challenge: assistance - US$ 20,000
2012 Asia 9 Development Projects: Coach Education, Training Camps or URC courses. 20 ITTF Manuals: provided to each Coach Education course Womens Forum Course Equipment Assistance -10 packages ITTF Cadet Challenge assistance - US$ 20,000
Europe Investing in Our Youth - Eurokids - Eurokids for Hopes - EK Talent Identification Program Olympic Selection Assistance Program Coaching Seminars, URC Courses, Equipment Assistance, Marketing Womens Forum-Course ITTF Cadet Challenge Assistance US$ 20,000
Latin America Development Projects: 5 ITTF-PTT Level 1 Coach Education Courses 3 ITTF Level 2 Coach Education Courses 5 WJC, 2 Pre-Cadet, 1 Cadet Challenge Training Camps 5 Base Level URC Courses 1 International Referee or Marketing Course 1 Womens Forum-Course 20 ITTF Manuals : provided to each Coach Education course Womens Forum Course Equipment Assistance: 5 equipment assistance packages ITTF Cadet Challenge assistance- US$ 20,000
North America Development Projects: NATTU-LATTU Jr. Training Camp NATTU-LATTU Jr. Training Camp Cadet Training Camp Cadet Training Camp World Junior Circuit Training Camp World Junior Circuit Training Camp Womens Course ITTF Cadet Challenge assistance- US$10,000
Oceania Development Projects: Development Officer Courses National Development Officers in targeted countries Training Camp before WJC and Oceania Championships 20 ITTF Manuals; provided to each Coach Education course Womens Forum-Course Equipment Assistance: organizer of Oceania Championships ITTF Cadet Challenge assistance- US$ 20,000
7 STEPS FOR EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION ITTF – National Association (NA) AFRICA-ASIA-LATIN AMERICA A) BEFORE the Course: 1.ITTF sends offer (allocation of activity/equipment package on rotation and needs basis) 2.National Association confirms, providing 3 dates, preferred language, address for Manuals (if Coach Education) 3.ITTF nominates expert, sends Manuals (if CE); NA assures to meet the requirements (equipment, facilities etc.), acknowledges reception of Manuals and assists the Expert in visa arrangements etc. B) DURING the Course: 4.NA arranges meetings with NOC, Sport Council, Ministry C) AFTER the Course: 5.NA completes the ITTF National Associations Report and sends it to ITTF together with related receipts for reimbursement 6.NA/Supervisor makes sure that post-course requirements are fulfilled (coaching practise and supervision) and sends the Confidential Coaching Reports to the Expert 7.Continuous contact for updates, news etc. EUROPE-NORTH AMERICA All correspondence is through the Continental Development Officer (Europe-Ms. Lilamani de Soysa) or Continental President (North America-Mike Cavanaugh) (apart from Olympic Solidarity course, which are coordinated by ITTF).
COMMUNICATION ENVIRONMENT(S) INTL. FAMILY - ITTF Continent, other NAs NATIONAL ASSOCIATION - Clubs, Schools - National Authorities - Media - Public The ART of conveying meaningful information - EXTERNAL - INTERNAL Events Development/ Educational Activities Information (rules, news etc.) Cooperation
Issues for the ITTF Development Program
Development Issues Legacy Give a fish or teach to fish Multiskilled DOs vs Specialists Courses- rotation, needs or by request? Multiple short courses vs few long courses Humanitarian Projects -what is the role of an IF? Partnerships
Allocating Courses? Rotation policy? Needs basis? By request? Using databases?
Continental Models Multiskilled Development Officer who does it all [Latin America and Oceania] VS Administration and pay per course [Asia and Europe]
Continental Issues A few long Courses Multiple cities-clubs-venues, multi-skilling, teach to fish vs Many short courses-rotation Hit and run Followup essential Local DOs?
Maximizing the Legacy Multi-skilled Development Officers-Course Conductors educated on what is required during visits in addition to traditional courses Education-World Championships, Continental Championships, Website, Courses Requirements for Certification Teach to fish