The Algarve regional directorate of the Portuguese Institute of Sport and Youth (IPDJ) will organize the IV Associative Technical Days, which will take place, in online format, on December 18th, starting at 3:00 pm.
"It will be a space where you will debate about the tools and instruments that the IPDJ makes available to its partners in order to facilitate the work of the associative movement", says the IPDJ.
The action will address the training of youth coaches and sports coaches, “never losing sight of the importance of strengthening the IPDJ's relations with its partners”.
Thus, the IV Associative Technical Days start with a clarification session on the Single Database (BDU) that the IPDJ is implementing, creating a unique system for registering entities and young people.
The importance of the youth coach's work in the intervention, design, organization, development and evaluation of projects, programs and activities with and for young people, as well as the requirements of the activity of sports coach, will also be topics to be addressed during these days. by the guests at the various panels and at the round table with the association leaders Sandra Silva (president of the Algarve Boxing Association) and Carlos Reis (president of the Liláz Association).
The online Regional Guide for Walking and Running the Algarve 2020/2021 will also be presented, in order to reinforce the importance of promoting physical activity among the population.
Remember, the Regional March and Run Calendar of the Algarve was suspended this year due to the pandemic, but the guide will reveal “diversified and decentralized alternatives across the region”, in compliance with the rules of the Directorate-General for Health,
The days will also count with the participation of the IPDJ president, Vítor Pataco, the IPDJ vice president, Sónia Paixão, and the IPDJ regional director for the Algarve, Custódio Moreno.
Registration is open until December 17th, at 17:00 hours, and can be done here.
This action is credited by IPDJ with the General Training component, with a number of assigned units of 0.6.