The two-day administrators workshop organized by the National Teams Committee ended officially yesterday, 8th December 2023.
The workshop was attended by 52 participants who also received certificates at the end of the training.
In the closing ceremony, the participants representative Bidali Henry thanked the SSFA and the National Team Committee for coming up with such a beneficial training to upgrade the capacity of administrators and managers.
He stressed that the importance of the workshop is to enhance their capacity to lead various departments and also help in creating networking opportunities in different aspects of life.
Bidali encouraged the National Teams Committee and SSFA to continue organizing such training in different levels especially human resource management for better football.
Meanwhile, William Okot, the consultant of the workshop urged the participants to make use of the knowledge they have acquired for the development of the sports in the communities and the country at large.
He elaborated more on the importance of being well-behaved, especially as a sportsperson, pointing out that society learns from the leaders.
William encouraged the participants to always work with football rules and regulations for successful and excellent work.
Okot urged the participants to make use of voluntarism to upgrade the personal skills that they already have.
While the chairman of the National Teams Committee, Mr. Michael Daniel assured the participants that such training will continue and the committee is planning to organize more training for all the staff in different departments.
On his part, the vice president of SSFA Mr. Charles Odwar extended his appreciation to the organizing committee for the job well done and the participants for showing interest from day one of the training. Adding that commitment and hard work leads to success.
For football to develop, there’s a need for capacity-building training for quality management of football in a better manner, he said.
The vice president assured the people that, SSFA is planning on building more capacity-building courses by sponsoring people in sports management programs in the university.