Eight Oceania Sports Education Program (OSEP) trainers based at the National Sports Institute in Goroka held their consultation workshop this week as part of the program’s new strategic direction. The trainers took time to review the program and analyze their own performances in line with this new strategy.
OSEP PNG Coordinator, Alurigo Ravusiro encouraged the National Sports Institute in Goroka to set itself as a leading institution for training and development in Papua New Guinea and the Pacific region as OSEP can provide that opportunity.
“The Training Workshop in Goroka that the OSEP Trainers took part in is similar to the other two workshops which were held with the PNG Sports Foundation Officers in Lae and Port Moresby”, said Alurigo.
Alurigo added that NSI can be a regional hub for high performance training because it was already set up as a training institution.
The trainers were also introduced to the new pathways under the new strategy for 2021 to 2024 and it is now reviewing their performance and reintegrating their trainers into the new system for the next four years.
PNG Sports Foundation, PNG Olympic Committee, National Sports Institute and High Performance Sport are the key partners in the delivery of OSEP courses in PNG over the last five years.
She ended saying following the NSI workshop, another consultation will be held with the PNG Olympic Committee in Port Moresby.