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International Programs

Another key to the development and phenomenal growth of the Academy has been its international programs. In 1976, the institution signed one of its first international agreement to deliver educational and training programs in the State of Bahrain, located in the Arabian Gulf. This historic relationship has continued to this day with the latest program commencing in February, 2002. This latest three year program in the Ministry of Education has the objective to upgrade the Kingdom’s physical education curriculum and introduce an interscholastic competitive sport program in the nations schools. The Academy has a truly global reach, having conducted sport education and service programs in more than 60 countries around the world. The institution currently has in place almost fifty Protocols for Cooperation with sports organizations or institutions of higher learning around the world.


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Instruction

The Academy has delivered a wide range of quality sport education programs throughout the world. These have included special seminars and symposia, certificate, certification such as the International Certification in Sports Coaching (ICSC) and Sports Management (ICSM), International Diploma (IDSM-Sports Management, IDSC-Coaching, and Physical Education (IDPESC) as well as the institution’s degree programs.

1979

Mexico – Ministry of Sports (via The University of Chihuahua): ICSC and ICSM programs.

1981 – 1989

Bahrain – General Organization for Youth and Sports. ICSC and ICSM programs.

1981 – 1986

Philippines – Office of the President; (via University of Life). ICSC and ICSM programs.

1983 – 1986

Malaysia – Sabah Foundation. ICSC and ICSM programs.

1984 – 1987

Singapore – Singapore Sport Council. ICSC and ICSM programs.

1986 – 1989

Malaysia – Majlis Sukan Nasional. ICSC and ICSM programs.

1985 – 1990

Thailand – National Olympic Committee. ICSC and ICSM programs.

1988 – 1989

Egypt – Supreme Council for Youth and Sport. ICSM program.

1993 – 2000

Korea – The Academy organized the Korean Special Project that ultimately awarded over 50 doctoral degrees to Korean students who represented virtually every Dean of Physical Education in the university system of that nation.

1995 – 2003

Singapore -USSA – Alumni Association. ICSM program.

1996

Panama – University of Panama. ICSM program.

1997

Mexico – University of Tamaulipas. ICSM program.

1997 – 1999

Hong Kong – Sport Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong China. ICSC and ICSC programs.

1998 – 1999

Aruba – National Olympic Committee. ICSC program.

1998 – 2001

Botswana – Botswana National Sports Council. ICSM and ICSC programs.

1998 – 2012

Bahrain – General Organization for Youth in Sports and National Olympic Committee. Taught the ICSM, ICSC and/or diploma programs and conducted specialized clinics and seminars, undertook studies and other consulting work to support the national sport effort.

1999 – 2000

Bahrain – University of Bahrain. The Academy provided adjunct faculty to teach sports management on the campus of the University of Bahrain and educated three doctoral students who upon graduation became the nucleus of the faculty of sport management at the University.

2000 – 2007

Taiwan – The Academy conducted a special doctoral program similar to that of the Korean Special Project which ultimately resulted in more than 20 Taiwanese students receiving doctoral degrees from the Academy.

2003 – present

Thailand – Sport Authority of Thailand. ICSM and ICSC programs in Bangkok and arranges an annual sport study tour of sports in America.

2003 – present

Singapore – International Sport Academy – Singapore. ICSM, ICSC and diploma programs and periodic specialized seminars.

2007 – 2010

UAE – The Academy taught its ICSC and ICSM programs in Dubai and Abu Dhabi to various groups and individuals through a private concern.

2010

Jamaica – University of Technology. ICSM program.

2008 – present

Malaysia – Institute Sukan Nacional (ISN). ICSC, ICSM and Sport Diploma programs.

2010 – present

China – Shaolin Temple. The Academy has been teaching a special course on the Philosophy of the Shaolin in an online environment and will teach the course on-site in Malaysia and China in the coming year.

2012 – present

Malaysia – Ministry of Education. International Diploma in Physical Education and Sports Coaching to more than 700 teachers per year.
CLICK HERE to watch a video from the 2014 Malaysia IDPESC program.

2014

China – Shanghai Administration of Sports. International Diploma in Sports Coaching for 100 high performance athletes and Olympians.

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Research

The Academy has developed a physical fitness test battery that has been used to assess the very young to the very old. The Academy has also undertaken a variety of special studies to help governments and policy makers chart a course for their national sport efforts.

1977

Bahrain-General Organization for Youth and Sports. developed the Physical Fitness test used until this day (with some modifications) and tested every school age child in the country. First complete physical profile of the nation’s youth.

1979

Kenya – Ministry of Youth and Sports. The Academy conducted a feasibility stady for the Kenyan Government to host the World University Games.

1981 – 1990

Saudi Arabia – Royal Saudi Air Force. The Academy did physical fitness testing on thousands of military personnel annually utilizing the test developed in 1977 for Bahrain and reported the results to the Commanders.

1986 – 1994

Saudi Arabia – Royal Saudi Air Defense Force. The Academy did physical fitness testing on thousands of military personnel annually (as per the above).

1984

Oman – Ministry of Education. Provided an assessment of the national sport infrastructure and programs and prepared a master plan for sport development for the country.

1990 – 1996

Malaysia – City of Kuala Lumpur and Badminton Association. ICSC and ICSM programs.

2004

Bahrain – Ministry of Education. Academy faculty supervised physical fitness testing, data analysis and reporting on over 35,000 Bahrain school children.

2006 – 2008

Bahrain – Ministry of the Interior. A team of four faculty supervised physical fitness testing on thousands of police officers, reduced and reported the results.

2012

Gabon – Office of the President. Legacy study and report on the facilities erected for the Cup of Africa Nations Football Tournament.

2012 – present

Malaysia – Ministry of Education. Physical Fitness testing and reports on more than 100,000 Malaysian school children.

2013

Gabon – Office of the President. Completed an assessment of the national sport effort of the Republic of Gabon and based on the findings, the Academy is currently planning the development of a National Sports Academy which will be implemented in 2015.

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Service

Over the decades, the Academy has helped sports organizations of all types to develop effective and comprehensive sport programs. These have varied in size from those requiring hundreds of personnel to a few, specially targeted disciplines.

1977 – 1980

Bahrain – General Organization for Youth and Sports. Full- charge conduct of the nation’s national sports effort including sports medicine and human performance research laboratory.

1980 – 1983

Kuwait – Supreme Council for Youth and Sport. The Academy provided a team of coaches as well as sports medicine and strength coaches to support the national sport effort.

1981 – 1986

Philippines – Office of the President. The Academy provided training to various sports coaches or directly coached sports with terms of service varied.

1983 – 1986

Malaysia – Sabah Foundation. Provided a team of four coaches and a sport medicine specialist.

1984 – 1987

Brunei – Ministry of Culture Youth and Sport. Provided six coaches to work with the national teams.

1984 – 1987

Indonesia – Komite Olahraga Nasional Indonesia. Provided a team of four coaches to work with various national teams.

1986 – 1989

Malaysia – Majlis Sukan Nasional. Provided various coaches and sport specialists for varying lengths of time.

1981 – 1990

Saudi Arabia – Royal Saudi Air Force. Conducted a physical fitness sport and recreation program at 5 Air Force bases which at its peak required approximately 200 fulltime coaches and approximately 300 maintenance staff. The sport program typically had 20 different sports or activities. Additionally,

1986

Saudi Arabia – Ministry of Defense and Aviation (MODA). Undertook a study and developed a master-plan for sports facility development.

1986 – 1994

Saudi Arabia – Royal Saudi Air Defense Force. At its peak the Academy had approximately 120 coaches working in seven different cities in the Kingdom coaching approximately 20 sports and activities.

1984 – 1994

Saudi Arabia – General Presidency of Youth Welfare. Recruited and provided national coaches for various sports. Also arranged training camp in the United States for Saudi Olympic Teams in preparation for the 1984 Olympic Games and conducted various clinics and seminars of varying lengths during this period.

1984

Oman – Ministry of Education. Arranged training camps in the United States for the Olympic teams in preparation for the 1984 Olympic Games.

1997 – 2000

Brunei – Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports. Provided the national swimming coach.

1998

Botswana – Botswana National Sports Council. Design review of the Molepolole Sports Complex and a feasibility study for the development of a National Sports Academy.

2002 – 2005

Bahrain – Ministry of Education. Provided a team of four faculty to rewrite the physical education curriculum for primary through secondary school levels. Also developed a plan for a seasonally based, year-long interscholastic sport program.

2006 – 2008

Bahrain – Ministry of the Interior. A team of four faculty to delivered physical Fitness, sport and recreation program to the nation’s police forces as well as training exercise and fitness leaders.

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Contacts For International Programs

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Singapore 079212
Tel: +65 6423 0668
Fax: +65 6423 1163
Contact:
Joyce Keong
joycekeong@isa.edu.sg
Website:
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United Arab Emirates
Edraak Training and Consultancy
PO Box 110403
Abu Dhabi, UAE
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Dr. Khalid Al-Hashimi
dr.khalid@edraak.ae

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