Bangkok, Thailand, June 24, 2017 – The FIVB Coaches Course Level II at the FIVB Development Centre in Thailand, which was theoretically and practically conducted by FIVB Course Instructor Dr Duzan Jarrotta, assisted by TVA’s Secretary-General Mr Jaksuwan Tocharoen, came to a successful close on Friday.
The FIVB development course was held between June 19 and 23, with a total of 40 candidates from 10 national federations – India, Hong Kong, Macao, Norway, the Philippines, Serbia, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Thailand, including 10 women participating.
The main objectives of the five-day course was 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, it also helped 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.
Mr Shanrit Wongprasert, Secretary-General of the Asian Volleyball Confederation, presided over the Friday’s closing ceremony.
“I would like to offer you my sincere congratulations upon your completion in this FIVB Coaches Course Level II. I’m convinced that all of you have drastically gained valuable experiences following your participation in theoretical and practical sessions organised by FIVB here. More importantly, I’m confident the knowledge you have acquired in this course will bring you to a greater success in your career no matter what you decide to do in the near future. I wish you all a safe and pleasant trip back home,” Shanrit said in his closing speech.
The FIVB Sports Development Department will soon send achievement certificates to candidates having passed the course examination and having been approved by the FIVB Course Instructor.
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