Seminar for Setters concludes in Tijuana
Tijuana, Mexico, July 1, 2012 - The Technical International Seminar for Setters successfully concluded at the Baja California High Performance Centre in Tijuana, Mexico on Sunday.
The course lasted four days and was supervised by Yohana Mota, coordinator of the FIVB Regional Development Centre in the Dominican Republic, who congratulated the 20 participants.
Octavio Morgan, the Baja California High Performance Centee director, commended all the effort made by NORCECA Confederation and the Mexican Volleyball Federation to help the progress of all the national coaches.
Alberto Arreola, president of the Baja California Volleyball Association and Mexican Volleyball Federation vice president, remarked on the importance of the course promoted by the FIVB Development Centre, under the direction of Nelson Ramirez.
The instructor assigned for the course was Tony Westman who combined theoretical and practical workshops directed to coaches from Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico.
“I feel very happy and satisfied with the results of this seminar, coaches had an open mind and were always ready to learn new things which made it easier and kept a good balance because the coaches worked at very different levels,” Westman said.
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