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FIVB Level I Coaches Course wraps up successfully in Tehran

 
All 42 participants received a certificate at the end of the course

Tehran, Iran, November 2, 2013 – An FIVB level 1 coaches course successfully concluded at the Volleyball Federation of Iran on Saturday, with 42 participants successfully passing, by gaining valuable volleyball coaching skills.

 

At the award ceremony of the 13-day FIVB Level-I Coaches Course, Mahmoud Afshardoost, General Secretary of Iran Volleyball Federation, Course Director Tatsuya Adachi and Course Instructor Dr. Khosrow Ebrahim jointly awarded the certificates to all of the participants.

“During the course you have gained new information to add to your previous experiences and skills," Afshardoost said. "Your main task is to work with the youngsters in volleyball. By performing active job in due time, you will reach higher level of coaching course. You can work beside each other by exchanging information.”

The course includes practical and theoretical sessions, with the purpose of providing young coaches with the necessary tools to initiate young players in the practice of volleyball and also to instruct them on the fundamentals of the game.

”First of all, congratulations to everybody for your hard work and success," Adachi said. "Comparing with my all previous coaching courses that I've been an instructor during the 25 past years in different countries, I would say that this course was the highest one. I evaluated your knowledge and practical performance, and the achieved scores are in a very high standard.”

The course is organised by the training and research department of Iran Volleyball Federation in coordination with the Asian Volleyball Confederation (AVC) and the FIVB.



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