THE International Olympic Committee (IOC) is advocating the Basic Principles of Good Governance (PGG) across the world.
NOCSI, through its continental body Oceania National Olympic (ONOC), have collaborated to build the capacity of NOCSI Executive Board and members of its General Assembly – the National Federations.
Through the Oceania Sport Education Program (OSEP), an initiative of
ONOC, it will assist with NOCSI and NF Executive Board’s compliance to IOC’s PGG and preparation of NOCSI’s National Federations leading up to 2023 Pacific Games.
The NOCSI Executive Board, as part of its compliance to IOC’S PGG have established 8 commissions or sub committees headed by most members of the Board.
These commissions will assist NOCSI deliver on its strategic plan.
The Commissions are:
- Governance (chaired by Martin Rara)
- Athletes Commission (chaired by Francis Manioru)
- Finance (chaired by Fujiyama Naoyuki)
- Training and Development (chaired by Adrian Tuhanuku)
- Events (chaired by Morris Maitaki)
- Women in Sport (chaired by Shalom Akao)
- Medical (chaired by Dr Alexanda Munamua)
- Marketing (chaired by Michael Chan).
Last week, through the NOCSI Training and Development Commission, four (4) courses are being delivered to NOCSI and NF members. The courses are:
- OSEP Sport in Communities Administrator (SiC),
- OSEP Community Coach & Official (CC&O),
- OSEP Strength and Conditioning Coach and
- OSEP Management in Sporting Organisations (MiSO) modules on Planning for development, Governance, Effective meetings and Finance.
The course facilitators are the OSEP Regional Master Educators (RME) from Fiji, PNG and THE recently trained NOCSI Educator and Master Educators.
Solomon Islands OSEP Educator and Master Educator are Morris Maitaki and Shalom Akao, have just returned from the OSEP training in Fiji last week. This week they will be assessed by OSEP RME so that they can deliver other OSEP courses in Solomon Islands.
This includes identifying potential OSEP trainers from national federations, Ministry of Home Affairs, Provincial Associations, Ministry of Provincial Government and other stakeholders that can help NOCSI build capacity for sport administrators and coaches, team managers and those involved with the Solomon Islands Games.
NOCSI have allocated SOL$200,000 for its Training and Development Team to deliver OSEP courses in 2018. The funds are from the Olympic
Solidarity National Activities Program (NAP) allocated to NOCSI in 2018.