Sport management introduction

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Sport management introduction

  1. 1. Global Sport Stadia
  2. 2. <ul><li>Commercialisation takes away from the essence of sport...... </li></ul><ul><li>Professionalism and specialism have undermined the community and recreational focus of sport........ </li></ul>Commercialisation has been the driving force behind sport as a business ......
  3. 3. Adapted from Parks et al. 1998
  4. 6. <ul><li>The main consequence of the commercialisation of sport has been the increasing professionalism of those managing sports organisations </li></ul>
  5. 7. Adapted from Parks et al. 1998
  6. 8. Adapted from Parks et al. 1998
  7. 11. http://shop.london2012.com/
  8. 16. Private Sector
  9. 17. Not for Profit
  10. 18. Voluntary Sector
  11. 20. Level 4 (first year) Level 5 (second year) Level 6 (final year) Applied Personal & Professional Development Applied Industrial Placement for Leisure, Events, Tourism & Sport Organisational Consultancy Introduction to Leisure, Events, Tourism & Sport Personnel Resourcing and Development Sports Development Planning Operations Management for Leisure, Events, Tourism & Sport Sports & Leisure Facilities Management Sociology of Sport & Recreation Sports Leadership, Fitness & Exercise Coaching & Elite Sports Performance Sports Events Management Marketing Essentials Option (20 credits) Select one 20-credit option module from level 5 of the Portfolio Options (40 credits) Select Dissertation (40 credits) or two 20-credit level 6 option modules

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