Mirpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 10, 2019 – After five-day intensive training conducted by Course Instructor Mr Pavarit Dairinram from Thailand, the AVC E-Scoresheet & VIS Course came to completion on Sunday.
A total of 30 potential candidates from Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Nepal and Bangladesh took part in the course at the Meeting Room inside Shaheed Suhrawardi Indoor Stadium here between November 6 and 10.
Mr Pavarit, himself member of AVC ICT Working Group, instructed all participants both in theoretical and practical sessions. Furthermore, the course attendants also stood a good chance of sharpening their skill through real situation at the Asian Senior Women’s Central Zone Volleyball Championship, which is being held here from November 9 to 14.
Key persons including Mr Masoud Yazdanpanah from Iran, who had been nominated Technical Delegate to officiate at the on-going Championship in Dhaka, attended the certificate presentation and closing ceremony on Sunday.
E-Scoresheet is the software that guides the users to compile the match scoresheet in real time which officially replaces the paper version: limiting the intervention of the operator. It helps eliminate any error by checking all situations and unforeseen circumstances during a match.
However, despite completion of the course, Course Instructor Mr Pavarit Dairinram remains in his job as E-Scoresheet and VIS supervisor at the 2019 Asian Senior Women’s Central Zone Volleyball Championship.
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