AVC News

Bangkok, Thailand, March 19, 2017 – The AVC 1st Control Committee Meeting took place at Dusit Princess Srinakarin Hotel here on Sunday, with over 50 members from six AVC technical committees participating.

The annual meetings separately held for six AVC technical committees comprising the AVC Sports Events Council, the AVC Referees Committee, the AVC Medical Committee, the AVC Coaches Committee, the AVC Development & Marketing Committee and the AVC Press Committee came to a close on Saturday and the Asia’s volleyball-governing body hosted the first-ever AVC Control Committee Meeting the following day.

The one-day seminar was held to provide knowledge and necessary information to new technical members who will be nominated by AVC to actively officiate at future tournaments in order that they can understand working situations and make a plan ahead of the competitions they take charge in. By thoroughly understanding the essential informations and background of their assignments, they will be well-prepared when facing the real working situations and possible least mistakes can be found in the process of working as control committee members.

The seminar conductors comprised AVC Sports Events Council Chairman Dr Eom Han-Joo, Mr Ramon Suzara, Chairman of the AVC Development & Marketing Committee who is highly-experienced in holding volleyball courses and competitions, and AVC Secretary-General and former AVC Sports Events Council Chairman Mr Shanrit Wongprasert, one of the highly-experienced persons who has been chairing Control Committee in several major volleyball competitions.

AVC President Dr Saleh A. Bin Nasser presided over the one-day seminar and delivered an opening speech. Also in attendance in the seminar as guests of honour were FIVB and AVC Honorary Life President Mr Wei Jizhong, AVC Executive Vice Presidents Mr Essa Hamza and Madam Rita Subowo and Mr Somporn Changbangyang, President of the Thailand Volleyball Association.

As Dr Eom Han-Joo gave knowledge on roles and responsibilities of technical committee members who will be nominated in the near future, Mr Suzara shared his experience with the seminar attendants on important dos and don’ts a control committee member should need to know and Mr Shanrit gave knowledge on facts and informations from handbook each control committee member should learn ahead of the competition.