Background: The organization and management of any group actions are essential to achieve the expected results in a follow-up. For some years, the Tutorial Education Program from the
Physical Education course - Health Modality of Unifesp (PET-EF) experienced different forms of organization, which developed empirically. The aim of the study was to propose and present the internal
organization of PET-EF Group, from the concept of Cross-Disciplinary, with a view to its application in the Group itself.
Methods: From the idea of Cross-Disciplinary, which is the use of terms and knowledges developed in one or more subjects in a given field of knowledge in another specific discipline,
the Group Management has been developed thinking of a strategy to meet all demands employed to a PET, being a Federal Program. The management of a PET group and training periodization have similar
characteristics, exemplified by the previously arranged objectives for its implementation, the adaptation dependent of the individual's actions included in this work, which resembles the Biological
Individuality Principle and the inherent unpredictability of the factors associated with the empirical work. Because of the similarities of the issues, plus the related expertise to Training
Periodization knowledge, the organization can be arranged in characteristic themes and terms that have ownership from the students of Physical Education course as a close analogy. Thus, from concepts
of periodization of sports training, the organization with Departments has been develop, simulating the valences and capabilities of any athlete or patient in a macrocycle, mesocycle and microcycle.
Results: Has been proposed five Departaments: Department of Academic Projects, Department of Events, Department of Communication, Department of Evaluation and Department of Feedback.
From this model, it was necessary a unified organization with planning for short, medium and long term, to meet the guidelines of a PET, leaving an orientation, with autonomy, for the future members
of the PET-EF Unifesp. Being a Physical Education group, we hypothesized that an organization based on terms and knowledge developed in the area fulfill such conditions.
Conclusion: It is believed that this new organizational perspective keeps the specific division of work developed of the Group by the Departments, in addition to increasing the
clarity of the action's flow for the current and future members, also offering a basic knowledge of the operation and management of a group, respecting the desire and specific skills of each member,
encouraging integration, building capacity for planning, preparation, execution and evaluation of activities related to the practice of exercise and alternative activities for the health of different
populations, as well as for proposal of projects from different academic nature, consolidating more effectively the Group and its insertion in the Physical Education course.