Oceania Sport Education Program

Background

The Oceania Sport Education Program (OSEP)  is a partnership between the Australian Sport Commission (ASC), Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC)  and the Organisations of Sport Federations in Oceania (OSFO).

OSEP are sport education training courses available for ONOC member countries' sport organisations and training providers.  The program currently offers sport administration and generic coaching training materials and is expected to expand to other sport education areas like sport science and medicine, community social sport coaching, team manager and sport management and governance.

"It is currently ONOC's flagship program and is offered collaboratively by a program team based at ONOC headquarters in Suva (FIJ) and alumni spread across three zones in 15 of the 17 member NOC countries of Oceania. It covers the Small Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs). It excludes ONOC members, Australia (AUS) and New Zealand (NZL).

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Activities

OSEP offers courses for sports trainers, educators, strengh and conditioning coaches, assessors, managers, and mentors. The OSEP Team Manager Course in Guam is mandatory for all National Federation team officials who manage or coach sports and part of the upcoming events include the following events:

  • Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games (2021)
  • Asian Martial Arts and Indoor Games (2022)
  • Asian Beach Games (2022)
  • Asian Games (2022)
  • Pacific Mini Games (2022)
  • Micronesian Games (2022)

On Guam, the trainings are facilitated by Mr Joey Miranda III who is a certified OSEP facilitator at Regional Master Educator (RME) level. He delivers OSEP courses both nationally and regionally. Mr Miranda works in collaboration with a network of Master Educators on Guam.

Contact

For more information, please email Joey Miranda