Ha Nam, Vietnam, September 9, 2015 – The AVC development course on VIS E-scoresheet, which was run alongside the 2015 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship at the newly-built Ha Nam Gymnasium between September 12 and 20, was successfully concluded on Wednesday.
Organised by the Asian Volleyball Confederation, the course started on Sunday at the Vietnam Volleyball Federation Office in Hanoi, with AVC VIS Instructor Miss Pawna Srithoop conducting the four-day course. A total of 25 participants including 24 Vietnamese took part in the course, which was aimed to allow the Vietnamese participants the learning opportunities of using VIS E-scoresheet which will be a great asset to Vietnam in terms of their future plan to host a major volleyball competition. The VIS E-scoresheet, the software developed to help the scorer during the match scoring while following all the game phases in the different situations that can occur during a match, was instructed to all participants both theoretically and practically.
At the end of the first three days of the theoretical part from September 6 to 8 in Hanoi, the practical session took place at the Ha Nam Gymnasium on Wednesaday before Mr Shanrit Wongprasert, member of the FIVB Board of Administration and Control Committee chairman of the Asian Women’s Club Championship in Vietnam, presented achievement certificates to all participants.
At the closing ceremony, Mr Shanrit Wongprasert, course instructor Miss Pawna Srithoop and Miss Patana Kittichaisombat, the only participant from Thailand, received souvenirs from VVF.
“I would like to congratulate all participants on your success. I hope all of you will take this opportunity to obtain more learning experience about VIS E-scoresheet and use it for your future achievement,” Shanrit delivered a speech during the closing ceremony at the Ha Nam Gymnasium here.