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International Advanced Course in Motorcycling Management – Press Conference

On September 12th, at 12.00 at the Council Chamber “Giulio Marinozzi” of the University of Studies of Rome “Foro Italico”, a press conference will be held to present the International Advanced Course in Motorcycling Management, organized by the Foundation Foro Italico in collaboration with FIM Europe.
The participation to the press conference is free and open to all interested. The course is a pilot project of FIM Europe with the intention of perfecting a format to make available to the European Motorcycle Federations and their respective Universities.
The educational activities of the Course will be aimed at acquiring specific knowledge for the formation of a professional able to work effectively as Manager of a Motorcycle Team.

Above, from the left, Alessandro Sambuco FIM Europe Secretary General, Dr Wolfgang Srb, FIM Europe President and Jos Driessen, Member of the FIM Board of Directors, during a meeting with the students last year
In particular, the lessons of the Course will be aimed to:
– acquire knowledge of international sports law and of the motorcycling institutions at International, Continental and National level;
– acquire the ability to manage the team through the knowledge of the legal, tax and economic aspects, as well as corporate and marketing strategies, defining the objectives and evaluating the relative performances;
– acquire the ability to target the team communication;
– acquire and develop the personal qualities of leadership;
– acquire the necessary skills related to Team Building and Problem Solving.
Among the lecturers, Prof. Dr. Bettina Reuter, Dean of the MBA Course of Studies Motorsports-Management, Nürburgring, University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern. The lesson will deal with Motorsports Logistics and is scheduled on November 4th from 2 pm to 6 pm.
The participation to the Advanced Course is open to graduates who wish to acquire specific know­ledge and skills, in order to operate as part of the Motorcycle Sport as Team Managers, even if not in possession of a specific experience in this sector. The participation to the Course is also open to those who already hold such a role, although not graduates, but in possession of a high school diploma.
The lessons of the Course will start on Friday 3rd November 2017 and will end on Friday 2nd March 2018.
The training activities with the Teams will be held between March and May 2018.
The publication of the access procedure to the Course will be on the 13th September 2017, on the website of the University of Studies of Rome “Foro Italico” and on the website of the University Foundation “Foro Italico”. The deadline for enrollment in the Course is within the 31st October 2017.


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