• HKRMA

    HKRMA

    To Promote and Support the Profession of Recreation Management

    To Promote and Support the Profession of Recreation Management

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  • HKRMA

    HKRMA

    To Promote and Support the Profession of Recreation Management

    To Promote and Support the Profession of Recreation Management

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  • HKRMA

    HKRMA

    To Promote and Support the Profession of Recreation Management

    To Promote and Support the Profession of Recreation Management

    Learn More
  • HKRMA

    HKRMA

    To Promote and Support the Profession of Recreation Management

    To Promote and Support the Profession of Recreation Management

    Learn More
  • HKRMA

    HKRMA

    To Promote and Support the Profession of Recreation Management

    To Promote and Support the Profession of Recreation Management

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About HKRMA

HKRMA was set up and registered in 1983. The inauguration ceremony was officiated by the Honourable Dennis Bray, Acting Governor of Hong Kong Government on 4th July 1984. Over the years, HKRMA has organized numerous training programmes, talks, seminars and study tours to enhance the knowledge and skills of recreation and sports professionals. HKRMA is honoured to host the World Congress of International Federation of Parks and Recreation Administration in 1992 and 2010.

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What We Do

provide a forum

To provide a forum of meeting for members of the Association to exchange information, experience, ideas and concepts on the principles and practice of recreation management in Hong Kong and abroad.

promote, support and encourage education

To promote, support and encourage education in recreation management and where necessary to conduct lectures, training courses and seminars, to publish articles on the principles and practice of recreation management, to conduct examinations and to grant certificates.

develop the science and techniques

To develop the science and techniques of recreation management and to formulate standards of knowledge, training, conduct and experience which are desirable in the practice of recreation management.