NOA Hosts Volleyball Juniors for Athlete Safeguarding Workshop

Last week, The National Olympic Academy (NOA) in collaboration with UNICEF Eastern Caribbean, hosted an Athlete Safeguarding Workshop attended by the youth of the Barbados Volleyball Association(BVA) at our headquarters in Wildey. The workshop was presented by Kendia Brathwaite and focused on educating young athletes on issues related to abuse in sport. Participants of the … Continue reading NOA Hosts Volleyball Juniors for Athlete Safeguarding Workshop

NOA Hosts Junior Badminton Athletes for Safeguarding Workshop

The National Olympic Academy (NOA) at the Barbados Olympic Association Inc. in collaboration with UNICEF recently hosted a safeguarding workshop for athletes from the Barbados Badminton Association at the Olympic Centre in Wildey. Workshop presenter Robin Parris focused on educating the junior athletes about issues related to abuse in sport. 

BOA Launches the region’s first Augmented Reality Museum

The Barbados Olympic Association Inc. on Tuesday unveiled a new feature to its museum.  Some its exhibits will now use Augment It Media or AIM thanks to Riveting Media Inc. AIM is a mobile application that brings museums to life! It allows visitors to be their own tour guide exploring museums through various technologies that … Continue reading BOA Launches the region’s first Augmented Reality Museum

Vaneisha Cadogan takes over as Director National Olympic Academy

Career educator and sports administrator, Vaneisha Cadogan, has succeeded Dave Farmer as the Director of the National Olympic Academy (NOA) of the Barbados Olympic Association Inc. (BOA). Farmer retired officially at the end of February. Cadogan taught Physical Education (PE) for most of her teaching career, and later became the first Education Officer for PE in … Continue reading Vaneisha Cadogan takes over as Director National Olympic Academy

BOA to Host Caribbean Coaching Certification Programme(CCCP) Coaching Theory Course this August

The Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees-CANOC introduces the Caribbean Coaching Certification programme (CCCP). This program has been in existence since 1998, and within this time over 500 persons in the Caribbean have completed the Coaching Theory Course (CTC) and the Caribbean Community Sport Leaders Course (CCSLC). The CTC course is designed to equip the … Continue reading BOA to Host Caribbean Coaching Certification Programme(CCCP) Coaching Theory Course this August