Leisure Facility Management l

ADL - Academy for Distance Learning
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  • 100 horas lectivas
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Descripción

Develop an excellent understanding of leisure facility management! This comprehensive introductory distance learning course focuses on the management and development of recreational facilities (eg. Leisure centres, Swim Centres, Sporting complexes, Gymnasiums, Health clubs etc.) It deals with both day to day management as well as more broad based planning, development and redevelopment.
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Fitness
Management
Security
Staff
IT
Construction
Purchasing
Planning
systems
Insurance
IT Security
IT Development
IT Management
Construction Training

Programa académico

Lesson Structure: Leisure Facility Management I BRE205

The Scope of Recreation Facility Management
Introduction
Scope of Community Recreation Services
Exercise Facilities
Town Planning
Survey
Structural Planning
Systems Planning
Advocacy Planning
Central Place Theory
Scope and Distribution of Leisure Facilities
The Nature of Recreation Facility Management
Multidisciplinary Approach to Management
The Administrative Process
Planning for Play
Planning Processes
Legal Requirements for Construction
Introduction
Construction
Health
Special Events
Liability and Negligence
Minimising Liability
Risk Management
Planning Construction Work
Work Scheduling
Planning Management of the Construction
Competitive Tendering
Contingency Plans for Disruption to Work
Indoor Equipment
Types of Recreation Buildings
Indoor Equipment and Facilities
General Requirements; access, security, lighting, toilets, parking, signage, staff facilities, etc
Needs for Specific Facility Types; swimming centres, community centres, gymnasium, etc
Selection Criteria for Equipment
Conducting a Cost Analysis
Outdoor Equipment
Introduction
All Purpose Sports Ground
Tennis Courts
Bowling Club
Camp and Caravan Sites
Water Recreation; sailing, water skiing, power boating, canoeing, etc
Playgrounds
Picnic Areas
Riding School, etc
Safety Procedures
Duty of Care; employer, employee, other person, manufacturer.
Lifting and Manual Handling
Protective Equipment
Chemical Handling
Protecting Hearing
Accidents
Safety Risk Analysis
Safety Audit
Safe Communication
Safety Out Doors
Water Safety: safety in pools
First Aid
Safety on Sports Turf
Equipment Needs
Gym Equipment
Types of Equipment
Sports Equipment
Track and Athletics Equipment
Determining Equipment Needs for different sports
Tennis
Dancing
Scouts, Youth Clubs, Other Clubs, Play groups, etc
Purchasing
Introduction to Purchasing Procedures
Tendering
Purchasing and Payment Procedures
Bookings
Controlling Facility Use
Exclusive Bookings
Using Facilities without Prior Bookings
Keeping Records of Bookings
Procedure for Filing
Active and Inactive Records
Contingencies
Introduction to Contingency Procedures
Accidents
Evacuation
Staff Absence
Fire Management
Indoor and Outdoor Facilities
Insurance Issues
Introduction
Types of Insurance
Staff Liability
Determining Insurance Requirements for a Facility
Insurance Limitations
Changing Insurance Needs
Managing Insurance
Insurance for Contributory Negligence
Recreation Leaders
Quality Systems
Managing a Recreation Facility
Building Maintenance
Repairs
Bookings
Controlling Facility Use
Keeping Records
Promoting a Facility
Managing Aquatic Facilities
Toilet and Locker room Facilities
Security; security systems, vandalism, ignorant acts, vindictive acts
Minimising Vandalism

Learning Goals: Leisure Facility Management I BRE205

Explain the scope of work involved in the management of recreation and fitness facilities.
Explain the nature of recreation and fitness facilities, including their physical characteristics and their management requirements.
Explain the legal aspects which must be satisfied by construction work projects.
Plan the management of construction work projects for different recreation facilities.
Explain the suitability and management of equipment for a given purposes in indoor recreation or fitness facilities (Part A - Indoor Equipment).
Explain the suitability and management of equipment for given purposes in outdoor recreation or fitness facilities (Part B - Outdoor Equipment).
Develop safety procedures for a recreation facility.
Determine equipment needed for a sports or fitness facility.
Purchase new equipment for a recreation or fitness facility.
Manage the bookings for use of a recreation facility.
Develop contingency plans to deal with likely emergencies in recreation and fitness industry workplaces.
Manage insurance issues for a recreation or fitness facility.
Develop a plan for managing the use of a specific recreation facility.

Información adicional

Management of Recreational Places, Design of Leisure Centres
ASIQUAL