2002 has been a great success with 75 countries
participating in SAP courses with wonderful results.
At this point, only a few courses are yet to be run to
fulfil the 2002 programme.
SAP 2001 visited 60 countries in
all, being the largest participation
numbers in the history of SAP, so this year will
be even bigger.
Every year the FIVB provides nets, balls,
t-shirts and instructors from around the world
to National Federations of Category One and Two
to teach players, coaches and teachers the game
The programme helps to promote Volleyball
in these countries and the results of the
teachers’ courses have been fantastic, with
the teachers using their new skills to start up
and train Volleyball teams in their schools and
This year, due to the success of the Programme,
there is also four countries from South America
The courses started in July and will run through
They are from six to eight days long
(depending on which course is being held).
If you would like to attend a SAP course this
year, please contact your National Federation to
enquire about which course they will be hosting
and when it will be run.
Click on your National Federation below to access
their contact details.
The four courses available are:
Course (how to teach school children to play)
players' course (how to play)
Beach Volleyball Course (Beach Volleyball)
Coaches Course - Level 1
to view photos from the latest courses.
SAP Course, Nauru
instructor at work