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
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
Yesterday the BOA welcomed a special visit from 19 students of the Princess Margaret Secondary School. This visit was to give the students useful information related to sports education and to assist them with their assignments in preparation for their Physical Education CXC. We wish each student the best in their future exams.
On Monday, 20 August 2018, 11 children and 2 counsellors of the Deacons Cricket Camp visited the Olympic Museum at the BOA. The tour was facilitated by BOA Project Officer Ryan Brathwaite.
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
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On Friday, July 20, members of the Technique F.C Football Camp were given a tour of our National Olympic Museum. The group consisted of 43 campers and 6 adults.
As part of their CAPE Physical Education examinations preparation, 22 students of the St Michael Secondary School paid a visit the Olympic museum. The students were exposed to an in-depth overview of the Olympic movement, a presentation on Careers in Sports followed by a tour of the Olympic museum. Students also received a special education … Continue reading St. Michael Secondary School Museum Visit
Participants of the Level 3 National Coaching Certification Programme (NCCP) clinic were awarded certificates at a graduation ceremony held at the Barbados Olympic Association Inc. (BOA) headquarters in Wildey on Monday. The 30 coaches, who participated in the seven-month training programme, received training aimed at providing them with the theoretical knowledge of sport science to … Continue reading 30 Complete Level 3 Coaching Programme
The Barbados Olympic Association Inc. (BOA) has officially commenced their annual Introduction to Coaching Course under the auspices of the Caribbean Coaching Certification Programme (CCCP). The CCCP is a grassroots entry-level coaching course designed for sport leaders and club coaches. This year’s course participants include 36 local coaches representing 12 sport disciplines, as well as … Continue reading Caribbean Coaching Certification Programme starts at Olympic Centre