LEARNING never stops.
He is the focus of the Philippine Sports Commission’s (PSC) latest project dubbed MAKE It Sports.
MAKE (Modules for Asynchronous Knowledge Enhancement) It Sports is designed to provide information on different topics of daily life, touching on the frontiers of sports such as law, medicine, economics and technology, among others.
This is a module-based asynchronous learning opportunity for various sports stakeholders.
The project picks up on the many topics discussed at the National Sport Summit and will feature guest speakers.
The PSC said MAKE It Sports participants can learn at their own pace and time and can seek certification by taking the exam.
Courses will be delivered exclusively to registered learners for the first three months, after which the courses will be uploaded to the PSC website for public access. Registration for the program begins Friday.
“The learning never stops. For some of our athletes, studies have given way to their training, but the learning must never stop. We have to find a way,” PSC Chairman William Ramirez said, outlining their direction for the program.
The first module to be released will deal with sports law, which will be discussed by Alberto Agra, defender of sport for all rights and president of the Pilipinas Obstacle Sports Federation. Also being offered this month are courses on officiating in sports and netball. — MASM