SPEED International Intensive Programs
Lifelong Learning Program on "Current topics in Elite Sports’ Training and Management" (15 ECTS)
This LLP Program has been designed from the new VO Professional Master in Sport Coaching and Sport Management developed by the Tempus SPEED Consortium to be implemented for thecontinuous education and training of PE and sport science graduates interested in sport coaching and sportmanagement.
The LLP program aims to provide state-of-the-artknowledge and training on three academic subjects, fundamental for elite sport coaches,that experienced relevantscientific and technology development in recent years: “International Sports Governance”, “Exercise Testing andTraining Recommendations”, “Advanced Training Methods”, “Training process in Sport Games”, “Sport Management”and “Sport Nutrition/ Anti Doping”. Moreover, seminars will be offered on hot topics from additional fundamentalsubjects, like Sport Medicine, Advanced Physiology and Biomechanics, Exercise Molecular Biology and Genetics, SportManagements, ICT Technology.
The LLP on “Current topics in Elite Sports’ Training and Management” has been implemented by the SPEED consortium as Intensive International Pilot program hosted by the Sport University of Tirana
Lifelong Learning Program on “Physical Activity and Public Health”(15 ECTS)
Many people may be surprised by the strength of the evidence linking physical activity tonumerous health improvements. Regular physical activity greatly reduces the risk of dying fromcoronary heart disease, the leading cause of death in the EU. It also reduces the risk of developing diabetes, hypertension, and colon cancer; enhances mental health; fosters healthy muscles, bones and joints; and helps maintain function and preserve independence in older adults.
How to help people incorporate physical activity into their lives is less clear-cut. Numerous challenge sexist when promoting behavioral changes at individual and population level, such as engaging inphysical activity programs and reducing sedentariness. Nevertheless, increasing physical activity is a formidable public health challenge that we must hasten to meet.
With respect to the aspectof human physiology, the course looks at the normal physiological and functional changes induced by physical activity as well as pathophysiological and other constraints for exercise prescription in various populations, from lifestyle diseased people to children and elderly. Thecourse will include substantial amount of practical sessions, with presentation of specific health-enhancing exercise interventions in real-life settings. Apart from biomedical contents of thecourse, health-enhancing physical activity will be also presented as a social and psychological process with the primary focus on describing and making understandable the anthropology ofhealth-enhancing physical activity.
The LLP on “Physical Activity and Public Health” has been implemented by the SPEED consortium as Intensive International Pilot program hosted by the University of Novi Sad
Lifelong Learning Program on “Health Related Physical Education" (15 ECTS)
This Intensive Program has been designed as Pilot Course from the new VO Professional Master in Health relatedPhysical Education developed by the Tempus SPEED Consortium (JPCR 544362/2013) to be also implemented for thecontinuous education and training of PE and sport science.
The IP in Health, Sedentary behavior , Nutrition , Motor Control ,to provide state-of-the-art knowledge and trainingon four academic subjects, fundamental for Physical Activity,that experienced relevant scientific and technologydevelopment in recent years: “Advance in Biology of Physical Activity”, “Critical issues of Health”, “Generalmethodology of teaching in physical education and curricula”, “Motor Control and Learning”. The seminars will beoffered on specific topics from additional fundamental subjects, like Sport Medicine, Physiological and Psychologicalinfluence, Nutrition, Advance of Physical Activity, ICT Technology.
The LLP on “Health Related Physical Education” has been implemented by the SPEED consortium as Intensive International Pilot program hosted by the University of Shkodra
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