Bangkok, Thailand, September 4, 2017 – The FIVB Beach Volleyball Course started on Monday at the FIVB Development Centre in Bangkok, Thailand and will run through September 8, with FIVB Course Instructor Mr David Smith conducting the course theoretically and practically.
Mr Somporn Chaibangyang, President of the Thailand Volleyball Association, presided over the opening of the five-day seminar on Monday, with Mr Shanrit Wongprasert, AVC Secretary-General and Member of FIVB Board of Administration, and Mr Chai Nimakorn, Director of the FIVB Development Centre in Bangkok, Thailand in attendance as guests of honour.
Twenty three candidates including five women from seven countries – Cyprus, Iran, Hong Kong, Maldives, Mozambique, Singapore and Thailand – participated in the development course.
The FIVB Course Instructor and all participants enjoyed the warm welcome and gracious hospitality extended by Mr Somporn. In his welcome address during the opening ceremony on Monday, the TVA President said, “I would like to extend a warm welcome to all of you and wish you a pleasant stay in Bangkok during your attendance in the course.
“I also wish to express sincere appreciation to many individuals who have offered support, inspiration and continual encouragement ahead of this course, particularly the staff at Ramkhamhaeng University. Special gratitude is also extended to the FIVB Development Centre for their kind hospitality and excellent preparation and to FIVB Course Instructor Mr David Smith. I believe that his instructional methods will help create in everyone a life-long quest for learning more. His wealth of knowledge on this particular course will help all attendants keep things in perspective. This course is invaluable and therefore, I wish you all the very best of success,” Somporn was quoted as saying.
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