Bamitale Toba David is a Lecturer in Sports Science Programme, College of Sciences, Afe Babalola University (ABUAD) Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria. He is a seasoned Sports Administrator. He teaches Kinesiology, Sports Physiology and Nutrition, Health Awareness 1 and 2 etc. and also coaches ABUAD students and staff in sports and games (Tennis and Chess games) in which Afe Babalola University had won many medals in different competitions. He is a professional member of Nigeria Association of Physical, Health Education, Recreation Sport and Dance (NAPHER.SD), Nigeria Association of Sports Science and Medicine (NASSM) and International Council of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance (ICHPHER.SD), Ekiti State Higher Institution Games Association (ESHIGA), Nigeria Private Universities Games Association (NPUGA). He obtained is Bachelor and Master degrees from University of Ibadan, Department of Human Kinetics and Health Education, Nigeria and also on his Doctoral programme (Organisation and Administration of Sports Unit) in the same university. His areas of research are Experts System Design in Sport Administration and Organisation, Database Management Design in Sports Administration and Organisation, Recreation and Wellness, Coaching in Sports and Games, Health and Fitness Education etc. His current research focus is Design and Effectiveness of Web-based Database Management Information System for Sports Administrators in Nigeria.
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Research and Consultancy Interest: Expert Systems and Database management design in Sports Science, Recreation, Sports Administration and Organisation, Health, Fitness and Wellness Education, Corporate and Personal Fitness, Computer usage in Sports Administration and Organisation.
Teaching focus: Computer in Sports Science, Health and Fitness Education, Physical Fitness and Exercise, Organisation and Administration of Sports, Coaching in Sports and Games, Sports Law.