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Administration course starts in Sihanoukville

Administration course starts in Sihanoukville

A six-day administration course for 25 high school sports teachers and officials from the Department of Education, Youth and Sport in Sihanoukville gets under way today in the southern coastal resort town.

The course is being co-hosted by the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia and the International Olympic Committee’s Olympic Solidarity program. NOCC secretary-general Vath Chamroeun said there are three instructors conducting seminars.

“The deputy chief of the National Physical Training Centre and president of the Cambodian Football Institute, Keo Sareth, will lecture on legislation for starting clubs and associations, as well as relationships in sports society,” Vath Chamroeun told the Post.

“Deputy chief of the NOCC’s Sport Science and Medicine Centre, Dr Sdoeung Chea, will give lessons on how to deal with doping, as I will offer an introduction to Olympic and sport history, international Olympic management and modern sport policies.”


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