National Sports Convention moves to online event

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The National Sports Convention has announced that its 2021 event scheduled for November 9-11 will transition to a five-tier virtual conference and networking event that has been realigned to meet current COVID challenges and industry needs.

The online event will offer a mix of weekly conference programs and will aim to host an in-person networking and awards event as part of the National Sports Convention (NSC) prayer in early December.

The expanded NSC conference program now offers:

  • Global sessions and weekly keynote every Thursday morning (90 minutes)
  • Eight hours of on-demand workshops against each of the five components
  • NSC Oration, Awards and Networking event scheduled for Thursday, December 9
  • Access to over 75 hours of NSC Academy video interviews, presentations and ideas
  • More than 20 hours of interviews with supplier solutions aligned with each of the conference flows

NSC Co-Founder Martin Sheppard commented “We have worked with our collaborators, speakers and sponsors to provide the industry with an expanded program with significant increased value, which has been difficult, but exciting at the same time.

“The NSC has become the premier conference for the sports and community recreation industry in Australia and we hope to continue to share global best practices with policy advocacy and case studies in Australia and New Zealand.

“By adopting new platforms, NSC21 can achieve this in a way expected by the industry. We aim every Thursday morning (9:00 am-10:30am) to host an opening discussion with key opinion leaders, which will be interactive for industry participation. Each Thursday, we will also be posting eight hours of on-demand streaming workshops to allow flexible viewing.

The five main conferences and sessions will now include:

Thursday November 11
A bold program for sports management

  • Main Session (9:00 am – 10:30 am): A New Global Agenda – Innovation, Growth and Future Investment – The principles of sustainability provide opportunities for innovation, encourage future growth and investments for success.
  • Seven on-demand workshops broadcast at 10:30 am

Thursday November 18
Growing participation in active cities

  • Main session (9:00 am – 10:30 am): Active communities, active cities – A more active nation – Encouraging more people to be more physically active, active communities and active city policies and strategies, for a more active nation.
  • Six on-demand workshops broadcast at 10:30 am

Thursday 25 November
Create impactful community sports and recreation facilities

  • Main session (9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.): Creation of community recreation and sport facilities with an impact on the health and well-being of the community
  • Six on-demand workshops broadcast at 10:30 am

Thursday 2 December
Sustainability in the design of sports fields and facilities

  • Main session (9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.): The importance of climate change for sport and the impact of sport on climate change
  • Six on-demand workshops broadcast at 10:30 am

Thursday December 9
NSC prayer, awards ceremony and networking

  • NSC Oratory and Panel Session (4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.): A Plan for the Next Decade – Brisbane 2032 and beyond
  • Presentation of the Australian Sport, Recreation and Play Innovation Awards;
  • Launch of NSC 2022; and
  • In-person industry networking event.

The National Sports Convention recently became the National Sports and Physical Activity Convention.
The full program can be viewed on www.nationalsportsconvention.com.au

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