The progress of sports in Indonesia today is indeed growing rapidly and has successfully captured the attention of the world as a brilliant achievement on the Asian Games and the Asian Para Games in 2018. It’s just that there are still weaknesses that must be addressed by each party as sports stakeholders in the country Meditation issues in the Sports Branch.
This is revealed by the Chairperson of the National Sports Standardization and Accreditation Agency (BSANK) Prof. A. Rachman Day. According to Hari, the management of national sports organizations today should be repaired and improved, especially in terms of national sports organization management standards.
“What I need to highlight is how national sports standards in Indonesia are truly implemented in a quality manner within the framework of national sports development. This is in accordance with Law No. 3 of 2005 concerning the National Sports System (SKN). “Said Hari, reported by Kompas.com.
In Indonesia, numbers of problems in the world of sports still occur, one of them is PSSI. As it is known, a number of chaos occurred in PSSI, starting from the double polemic of PSSI‘s chairman to sanctions for Persib Bandung which were considered too excessive as a result of the death of The Jakmania member, Haringga Sirla, in Persib Bandung and Persija Jakarta at the Gelora Stadium Bandung Lautan Api (GBLA) sometimes ago.
However, according to Hari, these problems can actually be parsed, one of the solutions to the implementation of standardization of sports organizations by accreditation.
The man who also works as a Professor in the State University of Yogyakarta, accreditation will provide many benefits for main organizations in the framework of improving sports management organizations to be more professional.
The results of the accreditation process carried out are mentioned to be relevant to the level of achievement achieved by the sports concerned. That is, with the assessment criteria in accreditation, scientific factors can be identify analyze, and studies and the causes of the progress or withdrawal of national sports achievements.
“The proof is in the Asian Games then the Indonesian Pencak Silat Association (IPSI) and the Indonesian Rock Climbing Federation (FPTI) are the two sports that get the most gold. This is a proud achievement. Therefore I advise PSSI and other sports to immediately submit applications for accreditation, “said Prof. Day.
BSANK so far provided an accreditation status for four sports organizations. The four are, the Indonesian Rock Climbing Federation (FPTI), the All Indonesian Pencak Silat Association (IPSI), the Indonesian Cultural Creation Federation (FOKBI / fitness), and the All Indonesia Diving Sports Association (POSSI).