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Sentul-Bogor, Indonesia, November 21, 2018 – The FIVB Level-II Coaching Course is currently taking place at the FIVB Development Centre Indonesia, with FIVB Instructor Mr Jaksuwan Tocharoen from Thailand conducting the five-day course theoretically and practically.

Being held between November 21 and 25, the course is aimed at presenting the most recent trends of the modern game of volleyball aside from improving the knowledge and competence of coaches and teachers so that they may gain recognition as FIVB coaches in the not-too-distant future and exchanging ideas and experiences among coaches.

A total of 20 experienced coaches from Singapore, the Philippines, India, Hong Kong China, Macau and hosts Indonesia participated in the course, while a Bhutanese coach emerged as a surprise one to join the seminar.

“All coaches taking part in this FIVB Level II Coaches Course have a good command of English and computer skills, which have significantly qualified them for the course. They have to attend lectures and take part in exercises on court to show what they have learned from the lectures,” said Mr Jaksuwan, himself the Secretary-General of the Thailand Volleyball Association who, as Course Instructor, has recently conducted the FIVB Level-1 Coaches Course at the FIVB Development Centre Indonesia here.

“There are many coaches around the world who can explore perceptions of their actual and preferred methods of acquiring new coaching knowledge, but in the FIVB Level-II Coaches Course here, the coaches attending the course can obtain the new knowledge. I will do my best in sharing with them my experience and knowledge. I wish them all the best and a great success in the course.”


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