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Research on Operation of Non-profit Youth Athletic Training Organization- A Case Study of Taipei Tianmu Tennis Association
non-profit sports organization
youth athlete training centers
This study is intended to investigate how non-profit youth athletic training organizations collaborate with governmental youth athletic training centers (hereinafter referred to as “non-profit training centers” and “governmental training centers” respectively) to produce elite youth athletes under current national youth athletic training system. Following a discussion on the present status of sports in Taiwan and a literature review, this study uses a case to examine Taiwan’s athletic training from five aspects: non-profit organizations, private sports organizations, national law and regulations, youth athletic training centers, and elite youth athletes. The case selected for discussion is based on its distinctiveness, current operation conditions and development, and future prospects. Through an in-depth interview and the analysis of collected data, this study concludes: 1. There is no restriction for non-profit training organizations on coach hiring and member recruitment. The organizations could divide trainees into groups by their strength levels, and train athletes of different ages and levels. 2. Non-profit training organizations do not aim to make money and have no need of profit allocation; instead, their purpose is to serve athletes. Therefore, all acquired resources can be used on training. 3. Non-profit training organizations can help train the youth athletes who are not able to get into governmental training center due to unchangeable student status or regulatory constraints. 4. Non-profit training organizations and governmental training centers can collaborate to build a win-win future. 5. A common goal among members of a non-profit training organization is necessary for them to strive for the organization’s sustainability. 6. Non-profit training organizations are as capable of producing elite athletes as governmental training centers are. 7. Non-profit training organizations need a comprehensive system and management and marketing professionals as much as private companies do.
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