University of Liege | Version française
Academic year 2014-2015Value date : 31/10/2014
EDPH0650-2  Organization and management of leisure physical and sport activities (Part II)

Duration :  15h Th, 15h Ex.
Number of credits :  
Master in Motor Skills : General, Research Focus, 1st year3
Master in Motor Skills : Physical Education, Research Focus, 1st year3
Master in motor skills : general, professional focus in sport physiotherapy, 1st year3
Master in Motor Skills  : General, Professional Focus in Physical Activity, Health and Well Being, 1st year3
Master in Motor Skills  : Physical Education, Professional Focus in Sports Training and Preparation for High-level Compe, 1st year3
Master in Motor Skills  : Physical Education3
Lecturer :  Marc Cloes
Language(s) of instruction :  
French language
Organisation and examination :  
All year long
Course contents :  
Theoretical course The notions approached at the time of this course complete those which have been developed at the previous partim (BSM 3). It consists in seminars focusing on specific aspects dealing with the managment of sport and recreational activities (subsidies of the Federation Wallonie - Brussels establishing to accountancy)
Practical course They are based on students analysis of one sport organization, preparation of one report and one presentation of the synthesis.
Learning outcomes of the course :  
Theoretical course - To acquire a systematic approach in analysing sport organisations. - To develop competences in communication. - To improve knowledge on practical sport management. - To provide references to prepare students to the final exam (Partim III).
Practical course - To reach the objectives of the theoretical course.
Prerequisites and co-requisites/ Recommended optional programme components :  
Concepts approached during partim I are necessary.
Planned learning activities and teaching methods :  
Practical work comprises various aspects: survey with persons chairing of sport organizations and exploitation of the collected data.
Mode of delivery (face-to-face ; distance-learning) :  
Theoretical course All information is provided during the first lesson.
Practical course Guidelines to do the analysis, synthesis and presentation are provided during the first session. The report is expected in December. The definitive mark is provided on the same time that the one on the third part of this course.
Recommended or required readings :  
A pdf version of the slides and documents proposed during the theoretical lessons is posted on the Website myULg. In addition, the students will have to seek other information, according to recommendations' of the course's leader.
Assessment methods and criteria :  
The assessment of this course is based on the report prepared by the students during the whole year. Details of assessment are provided during the first session.
Work placement(s) :  
Organizational remarks :  
Any modification of the organization or the content of this course will be described during the first session.
Contacts :  
Course holder: Prof. Marc CLOES Institut Supérieur d'Education Physique et de Kinésithérapie - Bât. B21, Allée des Sports, 4, 4000 LIEGE Tel. : 04/366.38.80 Fax : 04/366.29.01 E-mail : Marc.Cloes@ulg.ac.be
Staff: Jérôme ROMPEN, Assistant (04/366.38.96 - Jerome.Rompen@ulg.ac.be)
Administrative support and Secretary: Catherine THEUNISSEN, Pedagogical coordinator (04/366.38.98 - ctheunissen@ulg.ac.be) Catherine MORSA, Secretary Tel. : 04/366.38.91 Fax : 04/366.29.01 E-mail : catherine.morsa@ulg.ac.be(joelle.gris@ulg.ac.be)



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