For someone wanting to have a career in sports, it is best to study at Brokenshire College which now offers Sports Wellness and Management.
We have been hearing about the plan for years and, at one time, talked about it with Dr.Arlene de Vera, Ed.D. and then PSC senior executive assistant Joseph “Joy” Encabo.
Dr. De Vera worked hand-in-hand with then PSC chairman William “Butch” Ramirez on the paper work and after a thorough and careful study, it has finally come into reality.
If you are working for a sports company or any organization that has something to do with sports development, recreation, events, organizing, then Sports Wellness and Management is best suited for you.
The course, under the Bachelor of Physical Education program, covers very important areas in sports as a career and if you enroll, I tell you, you won’t regret it.
Aside from the very useful and up-to-date subjects, Brokenshire College has made it affordable too. And there is even more scholarships available.
The course is also designed for working students who have the option to go through a specialized weekend academic program.
Davao City is a fast-growing sports development arena. In other parts of the Davao region, there is a growing demand for sports specialists, especially among local government units.
Obtaining a degree in Sports Wellness and Management is the best thing to have should you decide to be actively working in the exciting world of sports.
So, what are you waiting for? Call (082)2224085 local 145.
Brokenshire College’s Athletics Department Accomplishment Report from sports director Arlene A. de Vera.
Mark Anthony Prado of the University of Mindanao defeated Conrado Roa of Brokenshire College in the class B finals of the 2008 Mayor Rody and Vice Mayor Inday Sara Kadayawan Table Tennis Tournament, Sunday, at the S.I.R. Elementary School Table Tennis Center.
Ryan Datuin of D.Aguinaldo National High landed at third place.
The tournament is part of the Kadayawan Festival sportsfest presented by Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and Vice Mayor Sara Duterte.