Manage sport competition programmes


Develop competitive programmes through careful planning, management and evaluation to ensure each programme meets the needs and requirements of a variety of key stakeholders.

Alternative labels

coordinate sport programmes that meet the needs of all parties involved
manage competitive sport programmes
develop competitive programmes
manage programmes in sport competitions

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Relationships with occupations

Essential skill

Manage sport competition programmes is an essential skill of the following occupations:

Optional skill

Manage sport competition programmes is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this skill may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.

Sport administrator: Sport administrators act in a middle management role within sport organisations at all levels, in any sport or country in Europe (e.g. sport clubs, federations, and local authorities). They carry out organisational tasks across a wide range of functions in accordance with the strategy and policies set by management, boards of directors and committees. They play a crucial role in the overall delivery of sport and their work in sport organisations directly impact the unlocking of the potential of the sector in Europe towards health, social inclusion and economy.
Special-interest groups’ official: Special-interest groups’ officials represent and act on behalf of special-interest groups such as trade unions, employer organisations, trade and industry associations, sports associations and humanitarian organisations. They develop policies and ensure their implementation. Special-interest groups’ officials speak for their members in negotiations about topics such as working conditions and safety.




  1. Manage sport competition programmes – ESCO


Last updated on September 20, 2022