Sports Education in Papua New Guinea

Up to 95 Pacific sport enthusiasts from government sports offices, 11 national
sports federations and sports & physical education teachers will be participating
in the Papua New Guinea Oceania Sport Education Programme (OSEP) scheduled
for July 4 to 14, 2016 in Port Moresby.

The programme is supported by the Papua New Guinea Sports Foundation and is
coordinated through the Papua New Guinea Olympic Committee. OSEP is a
programme under the Oceania National Olympic Committee that delivers training
courses that include the Master Educator, Educator, Managing in Sport
Organizations, Sport in Community Administration and Community Coaching &

The training is expected to develop in-country Master Educators and Educators
with high levels of presentation and assessment skills who can deliver and assess
these courses. Successful completion of this training will certify graduates as
OSEP Master Educators and Educators.

The training will run at different venues with the main one being at the Sir John
Guise Indoor Complex Conference Room. The others include the Taurama
Aquatic Centre and the Rita Flynn Indoor conference rooms.

The national sports federations represented include Swimming with 9 candidates,
Handball, Badminton, Volleyball, Basketball, Netball, Triathlon, Disability Sports,
Softball, Rugby Football Union and Cricket.

OSEP mentor, Talemo Waqa will be the facilitator for the training. Co-facilitating
will be OSEP Master Educators, Sainimili Talatoka, Tirani Uluinakauvadra, John
Susuve and Janet Gimots.

All Participants will be addressed formally at the welcome event on Monday 4
July at 9am at the Sir John Guise Indoor Complex.

Information on all OSEP training courses may be obtained at the Papua New
Guinea Olympic Committee on (675) 3251449 / (675) 71001062 / (675) 7100



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