Gym, Kuwait, Diabetic children
This project is about opening a gym for diabetic children in Kuwait. There is no competition for that target market. Kuwait possesses one of the highest rates of diabetes, the project also aims to alleviate suffering and educate the society about the importance of physical exercise.
As a society group, we are looking for a way to give to the community, contribute to human well being while at the same time generating an income for ourselves. There are minimal risks, mainly due to lack of competition. The financial projections propose that after just one year of operation, the business will be earning more money that it requires for to sustain its self and sustain growth.
[...] Another challenge is in the presence of trainers. There are very few fitness-training centers in the country due to low demand for the job, evidence in the lack of gyms. We may have to recruit foreigners and thus we are faced with the problem of language. Trainers have to communicate with children; otherwise, there is a risk of instructional language, which is a serious threat. In addition, securing work permits may prove to be a challenge Communications plan Communication is crucial to the accomplishment of the project. [...]
[...] The nurses are there because accidents sometimes happen. In addition, the clients have a special medical condition and need constant care from the nurses. Their personal skill set include: Self driven people able to work with minimal supervision Attention to detail to create a truly quality gym for people with special needs Put safety first because injury to a diabetic have unpleasant results Hard working and friendly to the children Have the ability to handle children Physical resource requirements The physical resources needed are electrical equipment to create a grid for the gym equipment, sporting equipment for physical training and a gym location Project control Control is done through the use regular meeting, say weekly or monthly to assess the progress of performance indicators. [...]
[...] The plant manager is the senior most worker in the establishment. He has responsibility to renew memership, collect payments, make all payment, with authority from the owners and renumarate fellow employees. Depending on their abilities, thay are also the keepers of the books of account for the organisation. The trainers have a duty to train the client, as the name sugests. They are required to have the necessary gymnastic training to direct small children, bearing in mind that they have a medical condition. [...]
[...] Immidiatly below the nurse are the trainers and the cleaners come at the bottom, which is not to say that they are insignificant Governance The shareholder/partners (we have not yet decided) are at the top of he chain. Their main responsibility is to design a working model and finace it. They also evaluate the progress of the project and based on their findings, recommend changes in strategies or structure. They have theability to terminate the venture if they deem it a failure. The owners are also responsible for choosing the location of the business and hiring the initial employees. After that, they may delegate the abiliyt to hire and fire to the plant manager. [...]
[...] This is through first making them accept their condition and trying to educate the population to reduce incidences of victimization or un acceptance targeting diabetic children. The proposed name for the gym is sweet' Project objectives About 35% of Kuwait children are diabetic, according to the local authorities there; there is a close relationship between physical exercise and diabetes. We have a target of 50 members for the first year and an yearly addition of 20 members. We will start campaigning in schools and shopping malls for the project, which will be operational by the year Project scope The project targets all diabetic children below the age of 14. [...]
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