Sports Management Courses(8 courses)
Blend fitness and business into a challenging and rewarding career with this online SIS50115 Diploma of Sport and Recreation Management course.View course information
Develop your coaching and management skills to maximise your opportunities for employment in the sports industry with this Bachelor of Sports Coaching (Management) from Australian College of Physical Education.View course information
This online Bachelor of Sports Business (Leadership) course delivers an innovative and high quality program of study that will see students excel in the areas of sports management and business.View course information
The online Graduate Diploma of Sports Administration course offers an advanced education in contemporary sports administration principles and practices.View course information
Have you got what it takes to thrive in the competitive commercial side of the sports industry? This Associate Degree of Sports Business from Australian College of Physical Education could be your ticket to success!View course information
Embrace performance as your career path and develop skills to become a leader in the dance industry with this Bachelor of Dance Practice from Australian College of Physical Education.View course information
Develop specialist coaching skills and develop insight into the business management side of the sports industry with this Bachelor of Sports Coaching (Strength & Conditioning) from Australian College of Physical Education.View course information
The Certificate III in Sport and Recreation (SIS30115) from the Australian Institute of Personal Trainers is an entry-level course designed for those wishing to begin careers in planning, operations and/or management of sports and recreation facilities.View course information
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About Sports Management
It is said that sports management can be traced back to ancient Greece with the governance of gladiators and competitors in the Olympics. These days it’s a more complicated affair, incorporating the fundamental skills of management such as planning, organising, negotiating, budgeting and reviewing performance.
Professional sport is a multi-million dollar worldwide industry and a career in sports management can involve a range of representative levels, from elite athletes to amateur sports and governing bodies. Career opportunities within the sport management sector include sponsorship and marketing, administration and player management, as well as media and communications.
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