Bangkok, Thailand, August 31, 2020 – The Professional Coaches Development Program came to a fruitful conclusion on Sunday at the FIVB Development Centre here.
Mr Somporn Chaibangyang, President of Thailand Volleyball Association, and AVC Secretary General Mr Shanrit Wongprasert jointly presided over the presentation of certificates to all participants and closing ceremony at the Centre, with Course Coordinator Mr Jaksuwan Tocharoen, himself TVA Secretary Generala, and 40 potential coaches selected from 120 across the country attending.
Course Instructor Mr Kiattipong Radchatagriengkai, himself the Thailand’s legendary coach who was behind the significant successes of Thailand women’s national volleyball team including a historic fourth-place finish at the 2012 FIVB World Grand Prix, his staff and AVC Instructor Feng Kun had joined hands in setting up an intensive five-day course from August 26 to 30 which has, theoretically and practically, given the fundamental knowledge and skills that all the course participants necessarily needed to improve their performances in their future professional coaching careers.
In addition, the instructors-led course also provided in-depth and comprehensive coverage in different inputs including sports science, psychology, performance analysis and coaching workshop.
Kiattipong, also Course Director, said that the course was held in cooperation between TVA and Sports Authority of Thailand with an aim of developing amateur coaches to professional level. Theoretical and practical sessions took place at the FIVB Development Centre in Bangkok, Thailand and the Ramkhamhaeng Gymnasium adjacent to the Centre.
“Participants had an opportunity to get knowledge on volleyball administration to world class, theories and research from experienced sports scientists and tactics and techniques from professional and national coaches. AVC Instructor Feng Kun also taught the participants on how to upgrade their set skills. The course was successful in terms of the participant’s upgraded performances, their understanding of tactics and techniques all instructors had taught them and perception on updated volleyball information,” Kiattipong was quoted as saying.
The course was also conducted via TVA online learning which saw nationwide coaches and interested persons able to make the most of attending the online course.
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