Project Management in Sport

Module: Project Management in Sport:
Module number: 41-1-12
Number: 520206
Type of event: Seminar

Teaching language: German
Duration: 1 Semester
Course frequency: every semester
Credits: 6
Lecturer: Lysann Scholz, ZEH

Registrations will only be accepted until
the second week of the semester. 
Module registrations are to be sent to: lysann.scholz(at)b-tu.de

The registration for module 41-1-12 (Project Management in Sport) takes place through the examination office.

Theory: Basic instructor training

Transfer and broadening of knowledge regarding the basics of training theory, sports methodology and didactics, sports medicine and sports psychology, sports sociology, nutrition and sports administration and club law. 

Mentors: 

Catharina Buchenau, ZEH 
(Those interested should direct their questions concerning the practical section to buchenau(at)b-tu.de)

Dirk Brade, ZEH 
(Those interested should direct their questions concerning the practical section to brade(at)b-tu.de)

Practice: Accompanying training
Assumption of tasks for the planning, organisation, execution and follow-up of a sports event (various events possible, see below: contents)

Degree course: Interdisciplinary 

Recommended requirements: Good knowledge of written and spoken German

Forms of teaching and workload:
- Seminar / 4 hours per week per semester 
- Self-study / 60 hours 

Teaching materials and references: Lecture notes (subject to fees)

Module examination: Continuous assessment (MCA)

Weighted coursework for module examination: 

- Completion of basic training - written exam, 60 min. (50%)
- Realisation of a sports event - course work (50%)

Evaluation of the module examination: Graded examination performance

Contents

Theory:

•    Communication skills, presentation and teaching;
•    Teaching of the competition organisation of association and club work;
•    Teaching of pedagogical and psychological basics;
•    Teaching of the fundamentals of sport law;
•    Teaching of biological-medical, sport physiological and methodical basics

Practice:

•    Contextual and organisational planning of the event;
•    Project-related event management;
•    Economic calculation, financing, sponsoring, marketing and public relations;
•    Composition and guidance of a team;
•    Realisation of a sports event;
•    Follow-up and documentation of the event.

This website uses cookies. There are two types of cookies: The first type supports the basic functionality of our website. The second allows us to improve our content for you by saving and analyzing pseudonymised user data. Since this second type is technically not required to run the website, you can withdraw your consent to those cookies at any time. For more information please visit our pages on data protection.

Mandatory

These cookies are needed for a smooth operation of our website.

Statistic

For statistical reasons, we use the platform Matomo to analyse the user flow with the help of website users‘ pseudonymised data. This allows us to optimize website content.

Name Purpose Lifetime Type Provider
_pk_id Used to store a few details about the user such as the unique visitor ID. 13 months HTML Matomo
_pk_ref Used to store the attribution information, the referrer initially used to visit the website. 6 months HTML Matomo
_pk_ses Short lived cookie used to temporarily store data for the visit. 30 minutes HTML Matomo