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Sports Development Event
Management
Mr. Al-lyn L. Vocal, LPT, M.Ed-PE
Physical Education 10
4th Quarter
La Salle Universit...
Basic understanding of
an EVENT
Preparing an event is an
ART and a SCIENCE.
– Friedmann (1997)
Basic understanding of
an EVENT
ART – it requires enthusiasm and
creativity
Basic understanding of
an EVENT
SCIENCE – it requires factual knowledge,
discipline, and methodical work
Basic understanding of
an EVENT
EVENT- generally understood as
an organized, functional specific
happening, with limited t...
Basic understanding of
an EVENT
Example of EVENT
ICC-LA
SALLE Alumni
Homecoming
2016
Photo Credits:
Yzel Tagaloguin
FB Acc...
Basic understanding of
an EVENT
Example of EVENT
Ms.
Ozamiz
Tourism
2016
Photo
Credits:
Archer
Concepts
Photo
and Films
Basic understanding of
an EVENT
Example of EVENT
LSU-IS Grade-
3 First
Communion
Photo Credits:
Mary Grace
Luna FB
Account
Basic understanding of a
SPORT for DEVELOPMENT EVENT
Sport for DEVELOPMENT EVENT
– means that there are specific
objective...
Basic understanding of a
SPORT for DEVELOPMENT EVENT
Sport for DEVELOPMENT
EVENT – this could be the integration
of releva...
Basic understanding of a
SPORT for DEVELOPMENT EVENT
Social Issues
Malnutrition (Obesity)
Bullying
HIV/Aids
Drugs
Characteristics of an Event
Characteristics of an Event
Uniqueness
Personal Interaction
Fixed
Timescale
PerishabilityIntangibility
Ambiance and
Service
Uniqueness
- Each event is different. The same
kind of event can be repeated
several times, but each time there
will be so...
Fixed Timescale
-Events follow a fixed
timescale: they have a fixed
beginning and a fixed end.
-The timescale can be short...
Perishability
- If the event is unique, then it is
without any doubt also
perishable. The event
cannot be repeated
exactly...
Intangibility
Generally speaking, an
EVENT is intangible.
You cannot really see
or touch the activity.
Personal Interaction
As you can imagine, an event has lots of
personal interaction. In a sports event
you definitely have ...
Ambiance and Service
When it comes to events, ambiance
and service are two very important
factors. An event with the right...
Sports Event Management
Event Management – the act of organizing
something that takes place in a given place at
a given ti...
Why run a Sport for Development Event?
- When you plan an event, it is
advantageous to know why and for
whom you want to h...
Benefits of Running a Well
Organized Event
a.Raise awareness for your project
b.Provide an avenue for
competition
c.Raise ...
Benefits of Running a Well
Organized Event
e. Spread a relevant message
f. Promote your activity to newcomers
g. Deliver b...
Who is the Event for?
Children and Youth
Who is the Event for?
Children and Youth
-Our main aim is to educate children
and youth. Therefore, they are our
main targ...
Who is the Event for?
-Furthermore, the event is also
for YOU organizers. The
planning and organizing will
improve your ma...
Stakeholders
Community
Members of your
organization/team
Potential
members
Participants
SpectatorsSupporters
Sponsors
Pote...
Sport for Development Event Implications
Social Community Implications
Sport for Development Event Implications
Social community
implications
- teamwork, cooperation, and
unity may develop sinc...
Sport for Development Event Implications
Economic Implications
Sport for Development Event Implications
Economic Implications
- Managing an event deals with money
- It cannot be fully i...
Sport for Development Event Implications
Development Implications
Sport for Development Event Implications
Development Implications
- Skills and more
importantly values of the
participatin...
1. Insufficient consideration of the
organizing structure, aims, and objectives.
2. Not appointing an event coordinator
3....
5. Unwieldy committee, subcommittee or work unit
structure
6. Poor relationships with local authorities, governing
bodies ...
Sports Event Management Process
Planning
Organizing
Leading
Controlling
Objectives and Getting Started
• Why do I have to hold an
event?
• When will it be held?
• Do I have the respective
facili...
Objectives and Getting Started
• Do I have enough equipment?
• Do I have enough manpower?
• Do I and the participants have...
Steps in Planning a Sports Event
Step 1: Compiling of an EVENT
CONCEPT
A. Idea
B. Nature of the Event
C. Purpose of the Ev...
Steps in Planning a Sports Event
Step 2: Setting Objectives
- When you start planning a tournament, it is
crucial to set o...
Steps in Planning a Sports Event
Step 2: Setting Objectives
Steps in Planning a Sports Event
Step 2: Setting Objectives
SPECIFIC
- you have to be precise about
what you want to achie...
Steps in Planning a Sports Event
Step 2: Setting Objectives
MEASURABLE
- you have to quantify your
objectives
Steps in Planning a Sports Event
Step 2: Setting Objectives
ACHIEVABLE
- Can I achieve my goals and
objectives?
Steps in Planning a Sports Event
Step 2: Setting Objectives
REALISTIC
- Do I have enough resources
to achieve my goal?
Steps in Planning a Sports Event
Step 2: Setting Objectives
TIME-BOUNDED
- You have to set time frame
for your tournament
Quiz 1
About the teacher
@altheovocal
Sports Development LSUIS
aldashlyn
allyn.vocal@lsu.edu.ph
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Sports development event

  1. 1. Sports Development Event Management Mr. Al-lyn L. Vocal, LPT, M.Ed-PE Physical Education 10 4th Quarter La Salle University Integrated School
  2. 2. Basic understanding of an EVENT Preparing an event is an ART and a SCIENCE. – Friedmann (1997)
  3. 3. Basic understanding of an EVENT ART – it requires enthusiasm and creativity
  4. 4. Basic understanding of an EVENT SCIENCE – it requires factual knowledge, discipline, and methodical work
  5. 5. Basic understanding of an EVENT EVENT- generally understood as an organized, functional specific happening, with limited time scale, and the participation of a group of people
  6. 6. Basic understanding of an EVENT Example of EVENT ICC-LA SALLE Alumni Homecoming 2016 Photo Credits: Yzel Tagaloguin FB Account
  7. 7. Basic understanding of an EVENT Example of EVENT Ms. Ozamiz Tourism 2016 Photo Credits: Archer Concepts Photo and Films
  8. 8. Basic understanding of an EVENT Example of EVENT LSU-IS Grade- 3 First Communion Photo Credits: Mary Grace Luna FB Account
  9. 9. Basic understanding of a SPORT for DEVELOPMENT EVENT Sport for DEVELOPMENT EVENT – means that there are specific objectives that need to be achieved through the event, and the event itself would be the vehicle for raising awareness to the participants and general public
  10. 10. Basic understanding of a SPORT for DEVELOPMENT EVENT Sport for DEVELOPMENT EVENT – this could be the integration of relevant life skills and using the event to raise awareness about relevant social issues
  11. 11. Basic understanding of a SPORT for DEVELOPMENT EVENT Social Issues Malnutrition (Obesity) Bullying HIV/Aids Drugs
  12. 12. Characteristics of an Event
  13. 13. Characteristics of an Event Uniqueness Personal Interaction Fixed Timescale PerishabilityIntangibility Ambiance and Service
  14. 14. Uniqueness - Each event is different. The same kind of event can be repeated several times, but each time there will be something different. E.g. The participants, the venue, or the message you want to spread
  15. 15. Fixed Timescale -Events follow a fixed timescale: they have a fixed beginning and a fixed end. -The timescale can be short (One-Day event) or rather long (UAAP)
  16. 16. Perishability - If the event is unique, then it is without any doubt also perishable. The event cannot be repeated exactly the same as the event before.
  17. 17. Intangibility Generally speaking, an EVENT is intangible. You cannot really see or touch the activity.
  18. 18. Personal Interaction As you can imagine, an event has lots of personal interaction. In a sports event you definitely have personal interaction. First of all the players have interaction. But also the spectators play a crucial role. They are not only watching the event- the crowd is also helping to create a unique atmosphere.
  19. 19. Ambiance and Service When it comes to events, ambiance and service are two very important factors. An event with the right ambiance and a good service can be a great success. On the other hand, an event with the wrong ambiance and bad service can be a failure.
  20. 20. Sports Event Management Event Management – the act of organizing something that takes place in a given place at a given time (FIFA/CIES,2010) Sports Event Management – the coordination of resources, technologies, processes, personnel and situational contingencies for the efficient production and exchange of sport services (Chelladurai,1994)
  21. 21. Why run a Sport for Development Event? - When you plan an event, it is advantageous to know why and for whom you want to hold the event. - Delivering a well organized event can have a lot of advantage.
  22. 22. Benefits of Running a Well Organized Event a.Raise awareness for your project b.Provide an avenue for competition c.Raise funds d.Educate youth
  23. 23. Benefits of Running a Well Organized Event e. Spread a relevant message f. Promote your activity to newcomers g. Deliver benefits to sponsors and members h. Media coverage i. Highlight certain life skills issues
  24. 24. Who is the Event for? Children and Youth
  25. 25. Who is the Event for? Children and Youth -Our main aim is to educate children and youth. Therefore, they are our main target group. But nonetheless, you also have sub-target groups like parents, elderly and the local authority. Keep in mind that your event can attract the stakeholders.
  26. 26. Who is the Event for? -Furthermore, the event is also for YOU organizers. The planning and organizing will improve your management skills and will empower you to become a better Event Manager.
  27. 27. Stakeholders Community Members of your organization/team Potential members Participants SpectatorsSupporters Sponsors Potential Sponsors Media Sports Event
  28. 28. Sport for Development Event Implications Social Community Implications
  29. 29. Sport for Development Event Implications Social community implications - teamwork, cooperation, and unity may develop since the community/society is involve or engage in the event
  30. 30. Sport for Development Event Implications Economic Implications
  31. 31. Sport for Development Event Implications Economic Implications - Managing an event deals with money - It cannot be fully implemented without financial stability. - It could also be means of income generation.
  32. 32. Sport for Development Event Implications Development Implications
  33. 33. Sport for Development Event Implications Development Implications - Skills and more importantly values of the participating individuals of the event are developed.
  34. 34. 1. Insufficient consideration of the organizing structure, aims, and objectives. 2. Not appointing an event coordinator 3. Insufficient planning time 4. Poor communication and coordination with subcommittees or individuals
  35. 35. 5. Unwieldy committee, subcommittee or work unit structure 6. Poor relationships with local authorities, governing bodies or competitors 7. No or bad catering 8. Lack of hospitality or visitors 9. Program running into overtime 10. No budget 11. No first-aid
  36. 36. Sports Event Management Process Planning Organizing Leading Controlling
  37. 37. Objectives and Getting Started • Why do I have to hold an event? • When will it be held? • Do I have the respective facilities needed for the tournament? • Do I know all my stakeholders?
  38. 38. Objectives and Getting Started • Do I have enough equipment? • Do I have enough manpower? • Do I and the participants have the time? • Do I have enough budget? • How can I reach as many participants as possible? • How do I review the event?
  39. 39. Steps in Planning a Sports Event Step 1: Compiling of an EVENT CONCEPT A. Idea B. Nature of the Event C. Purpose of the Event D. How should it operate? E. What benefits are there for participants?
  40. 40. Steps in Planning a Sports Event Step 2: Setting Objectives - When you start planning a tournament, it is crucial to set objectives, as they can serve as guidelines. - It is important to set realistic dates, know your budget and know your target group - They serve as reference points to evaluate your objectives or goals for your event.
  41. 41. Steps in Planning a Sports Event Step 2: Setting Objectives
  42. 42. Steps in Planning a Sports Event Step 2: Setting Objectives SPECIFIC - you have to be precise about what you want to achieve
  43. 43. Steps in Planning a Sports Event Step 2: Setting Objectives MEASURABLE - you have to quantify your objectives
  44. 44. Steps in Planning a Sports Event Step 2: Setting Objectives ACHIEVABLE - Can I achieve my goals and objectives?
  45. 45. Steps in Planning a Sports Event Step 2: Setting Objectives REALISTIC - Do I have enough resources to achieve my goal?
  46. 46. Steps in Planning a Sports Event Step 2: Setting Objectives TIME-BOUNDED - You have to set time frame for your tournament
  47. 47. Quiz 1
  48. 48. About the teacher @altheovocal Sports Development LSUIS aldashlyn allyn.vocal@lsu.edu.ph

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