Bangkok, Thailand, June 19, 2017 – Forty candidates from 10 national federations including 10 women have attended the FIVB Coaches Course Level II at the FIVB Development Centre in Thailand, where Mr Somporn Chaibangyang, President of the Thailand Volleyball Association, presided over the opening ceremony on Monday.
Being held between June 19-23, the development course is aimed at improving the knowledge and competence of coaches and teachers so that they may gain recognition as AVC and FIVB coaches in the near future. In addition, the five-day meet will also help present the most recent trends of the modern game of volleyball aside from establishing a unified system for training coaches and exchanging ideas and experiences among all participants.
“I feel very happy to welcome all of you to the coaches course here in Thailand. The main objective of this course is to equip you with the skills, knowledge and techniques that will help you become effective coaches. My sincere appreciation went to the staff from Ramkhamhaeng University and the FIVB Development Centre for their kind hospitality and an excellent preparation for the course. I wish all of you a nice stay in Bangkok and a huge experiences you might gain from the course,” said Somporn in his opening speech.
Mr Shanrit Wongprasert, Secretary-General of the Asian Volleyball Confederation, also attended the Monday’s opening as guest of honour.
The five-day course is conducted by FIVB Course Instructor Dr Duzan Jarrotta, assisted by TVA’s Secretary-General Mr Jaksuwan Tocharoen. The 40 candidates came from India, Hong Kong, Macao, Norway, the Philippines, Serbia, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Thailand. The course has been split into the theoretical part at the FIVB Development Centre in Thailand and the practical session at the Ramkhamhaeng Gym.
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