Association of Sport Performance Centres Principles
The principles of this Association are the following:
1. Respecting the Autonomy of each of the high performance sports centres:
The basic principle of the Association is considered to be the maintenance of the independence, authority and autonomy of each centre as being the best guarantee of the development of high level sports in the respective countries.
2. Fostering collaboration between all the members:
Respecting the autonomy of each centre, members will collaborate to generate initiatives of benefit to athletes, coaches, sport and the wider community.
They will also collaborate with international organizations and associations able to assist in promoting the implementation of the principles and objectives pursued by this Association.
3. Maintaining an Ethical Approach:
Protection of the rights of high performance athletes and coaches at ASPC member Centres is essential. Specifically this should focus on their right to train and compete in a fair, ethical, healthy and safe environment.
4. Enhancing Staff Development:
The ASPC members are committed to adding value to the training and development of their staff by providing professional development through staff exchanges.
5. Sharing Information and Knowledge:
ASPC members will share and exchange knowledge and experiences in relation to high performance sport. They will also make information available about their centre through the website forum to enable facilities and services to be promoted to athletes and coaches across the world.
6. Identifying Best Practices:
The ASPC will develop concepts of best practices to aid in the advancement of high performance sport. Identifying and sharing best practices is an essential element in the process of learning.
The ASPC members will develop concepts of best practices through sharing experiences and knowledge in operation and management.
7. Supporting the International Forum on Elite Sport:
ASPC members will support the organization of a biennial International Forum on Elite Sport as a means of sharing and developing information to advance high performance sport centres.
The main purpose of the Association of Sport Performance Centres (ASPC) is to put in common issues that will help in better preparation of our athletes and coaches. With exchange opportunities, share of ideas and knowledge under a fair play philosophy.
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