Vision Institute (in Partnership with CEO Business School, Egypt)
The AL- Roia Institute for Training ( AIT ) is an emerging institute affiliated to Al Farabi College in Saudi Arabia and has branches in Riyadh, Jeddah and Sharqia.
This Institute is one of the global examples of meeting higher education for the needs of society.
The vision of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 2030 has identified the Ministry of Education as one of the executive bodies responsible for supporting the leisure system in the Kingdom.
Explores and utilizes sustainable practices to assess, develop, implement, and evaluate tourism’s potential contribution to, or detraction from, the quality of life for communities through existing systematic approaches utilizing community development and evaluative frameworks. Examines economic, environmental, socio-cultural, and political impacts on community tourism development within the community tourism development context.
For those wishing to acquire a specific and comprehensive knowledge of the recreational sports program and an understanding of its place and value in education and society.
Duties and responsibilities of an administrator and how these are performed. For LSM majors only.
Camping leadership and outdoor education principles with implications for management, planning of, and interpretation in recreation areas as well as for policy development.
Off-campus course that provides materials and experiences not available in the classroom. exposure to issues, trends, and concerns relevant to outdoor recreation, resource management, and the delivery of programs and services in outdoor environments. Public, private non-profits and commercial agencies experienced through a series of field trips, lectures, group exercises, and other experiential-based activities.
Research and evaluation procedures and techniques applicable to assessing recreation and leisure service programs, participants, administrative structures, and resources. Emphasis on beginning and completing a “real-world” evaluation project.
Social/psychological concepts concerning leisure and sport participation behavior in various types of leisure and sport settings. Range of different theoretical perspectives and behavioral concepts underlying pertinent research.