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TIAS & AISTS Short Programme 2015
Developing Tokyo 2020’s Educational Legacy

25 May, Tokyo, Japan – As part of Tokyo 2020 ≪ Sport for Tomorrow ≫ programme and the development of the educational legacy of the Games, the second「TIAS & AISTS Short Programme」will be organised from Monday, 25th May to Friday, 5th June by the Tsukuba International Academy for Sport Studies and the AISTS (International Academy of Sports Science and Technology), the sports management graduate institute in Lausanne, Switzerland founded by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and other prestigious Swiss institutions.

The first week of this short programme will be a seminar focused on Japanese culture and history to educate the Olympic Movement in Japan, which includes a lecture about Jigoro Kano and Budo, experiencing Japanese etiquette and hospitality known as ‘Omotenashi’ as well as Japanese culture, visiting the Tokyo Organising Committee of the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The second week, in collaboration with the AISTS, will be a seminar focused on how to manage major sports events such as the Olympic Games will be conducted. The participants will have an opportunity to attend classes held by professionals from world-class organisations or authorities such as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and International Sports Federations (IFs). The final day will consist of group presentations by the participants on real challenges Tokyo 2020 will face.

1.Event overview

Time and Date :May 25 (Monday), 2015 ~ June 5 (Friday), 2015
Venue :Tokyo Campus, Bunkyo Building, University of Tsukuba (3-29-1, Otsuka, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo)
Fukurashia Tokyo Station
(Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 2-6-1 Asahi Seimei Otemachi Building 5F)
Organiser: :Tsukuba International Academy for Sport Studies, AISTS
Co-Organiser :Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology

2.The schedule and content

【Part 1】 Olympics, Tokyo and Japanese Culture

May 25 (Monday):Sport for Tomorrow[Open to the media]

・09:00-09:20 Opening Speech
Mr. Henry Nunez Najera
・09:30-10:00 Project of ‘Sport for Tomorrow’
Mr. Toshiaki Tanaka
Dr. Ichiro KONO (President, Japan Sport Council/Vice Chairman, Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games)
・10:00-10:30 Tsukuba International Academy for Sport Studies (TIAS)
Dr. Hisashi SANADA (Professor, University of Tsukuba/Head, Tsukuba International Academy for Sport Studies)
・11:00-12:15 1964 Tokyo Olympic
Dr. Satoshi SHIMIZU (Professor, University of Tsukuba/Vice Chair, Tsukuba International Academy for Sport Studies)
・14:00-17:00 Visit the venues for 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games

May 26(Tuesday):Budo (Martial arts) and Sport Management

・09:00-10:00 Philosophy of Dr. Jigoro KANO and the Olympic Games
Dr. Hisashi SANADA (Professor, University of Tsukuba/Head, Tsukuba International Academy for Sport Studies)
・10:00-11:00 History of Japanese Budo
Dr. Junko OHISHI (Associate Professor, University of Tsukuba)
・11:30-12:30 Sport Management
Mr. Yoshio Takahashi (Associate Professor, University of Tsukuba)
・13:30-17:00 Visit the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games and Dentsu

May 27 (Wednesday) :Sport and Olympic Studies

・11:00-12:00 Anti-Doping Studies
Dr. Koichi WATANABE (Associate professor, University of Tsukuba)
Ms. Mayumi YAMAMOTO(Japan Anti-doping agency)
・12:00-13:00 Future of Adapted Sports
Dr. Nobuko TANAKA (Associate professor, Toin University of Yokohama)
・14:00-15:00 Sport and International Development
Mr. Taku Yamaguchi (Assistant Professor, University of Tsukuba)
Ms. Lila de Soysa(Researcher, University of Tsukuba., member of the International Working Group for Women and Sport [IWG])
・15:00-16:00 Tour of Tsukuba Campus
・16:00-17:30 Sport Activities
Mr. Nemes Roland Janos (Assistant Professor、University of Tsukuba)
Dr. Guido Geisler
・18:00-19:30 Exchange with students from University of Tsukuba

May 28(Thursday): Olympic Education and Japanese Culture[Open to the media]

・09:00-12:30 Japanese Manner and Omotenashi and Experience of calligraphy
・13:00-15:00 Exchange with students from Junior high school at Otsuka, University of Tsukuba
・17:00-20:00 To go to watch a Baseball game

May 29 (Friday) Japanese traditional sport

・10:00-12:30 Experience of Judo
・13:30-17:00 Visit the Edo-Tokyo Museum and Sumo stable
・17:00-19:00 Experience of Japanese food

【Part 2. AISTS Sport Event Management & Organisation Seminar】

June 1(Monday)Preparing for the Games [Open to the media]

・09:00-09:30 Opening Speech
Mr. Yukihiro Nunomura
・09:30-12:30 Sport Competition: prior, during & after the event
Mr. Vlad Marinescu – SportAccord
・13:30-15:00 Venue Management
Ms. Lindsay Impett – ARC Event Consultancy
・15:30-17:00 Planning & Logistics
Ms. Lindsay Impett – ARC Event Consultancy
・17:00-18:00 Group Work – Introduction
Mr. Geert Hendriks – AISTS

June 2(Tuesday)Working at the Games

・09:00-10:30 Sponsorship
Mr. Mario Medeiros – FIVB
・11:00-12:30 Intercultural Communication
Ms. Ariane Curdy – Ctrl Culture Relations
・13:30-15:00 Intercultural Communication
Ms. Ariane Curdy – Ctrl Culture Relations
・15:30-17:00 Group Work – Part 1

June 3(Wednesday)Delivering the Games

・09:00-10:30 Ticketing & Accreditation
Mr. Paul Williamson – London 2012/2015
Rugby World Cup
・11:00-12:30  Ticketing & Accreditation
Mr. Paul Williamson – London 2012/2015
Rugby World Cup
・13:30-15:00  Youth Engagement & Activation
Mr. Philippe Furrer – IOC
・15:30-17:00 Group Work – Part 2

June 4(Thursday)Legacy of the Games [Open to the media]

・09:00-10:30  Para-sport
Mr. Peter van de Vliet – IPC
・11:00-12:30  Medical Services & Anti-doping
Mr. Peter van de Vliet – IPC
・13:30-15:00  Sustainability & Legacy
Mr. Philippe Furrer – IOC
・15:30-17:00  Knowledge Transfer
Ms. Sue Halbwirth – Sydney 2000 /University of Technology Sydney

June 5(Friday)Presentation Group Work [Open to the media]

・09:00-12:00 Group Work – Final Presentation (IOC,TIAS,AISTS)
・12:00-12:30 Closing & Survey
・16:30-19:30 Farewell party

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