Membership includes a representative from the Athletes Commission, Individual Sport, Team Sport, OSEP Fiji Educators Group, High Performance Unit(HPU), Fiji National Sport Commission,University representative, Regional Sports Federation / Sports Training & Education,OSEP/ONOC, FASANOC staff administrator and a FASANOC Executive Board member as its chairperson. When specific expertise is required the Commission invites external independent advice as an when needed.
The FASANOC Sport Education Commission (FSEC) is an advisory group to the FASANOC Executive Board (EB) on developing an integrated sport training, development and accreditation framework to support the development of competent sport volunteers and professionals from grassroots to the elite level.
These trained groups assist players and athletes of all ages to realise their full potential.
It references the Sport Education Framework in Oceania as it commits to strengthening athletes and its support team competency levels. Sport Training and Development in Fiji is characterised by the following:
The primary role of the FSEC is to advise the FASANOC Executive Board on all matters relating to sport education. This role is delivered with the following areas of responsibility:
The FSEC has focused activities on the management and implementation of ONOC's Oceania Sport Education Programme (OSEP) courses for athletes, coaches and sport administrators in its NFs through a coordinated approach engaging several key people and partnerships.
This is successfully delivered through the leadership of Secretary General and CEO Lorraine Mar, FASANOC Sport Development Officer and OSEP Coordinator Makelesi Bulikiobo, in collaboration with Kiliati Enterprise as training provider. This is delivered in partnership with ONOC's OSEP Team.
The FSEC was instrumental in making inroads into OSEP courses gaining national recognition by the Fiji Higher Education Commission (FHEC), taking the programme closer to establishing local national accreditation. This initial work has provided a national level bulwark for the current ONOC-OSEP evaluation and successful brokering of a partnership with the Pacific Community's (SPC's) Educational Quality and Assessment Programme (EQAP) partnership for OSEP accreditation in 26 Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs).