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CAVB Level I coaching course in Sierra Leone

 
There were thirty-six participants in the course, which had theoretical and practical components
Freetown, Sierra Leone, December 8, 2012 – A five-day Level I coaching course of the African Volleyball Confederation (CAVB), organised by the Sierra Leone Volleyball Association, ended at the National Stadium Hostel in Freetown on November 30.

The liaison officer, Benson Bawoh, said he was pleased with the way the course was run and with the level of interactivity among participants and lecturers during the course.

Course instructor Mostafa Ahchouche from Morocco - who has vast experience in the game - was impressed with the
participants' performances during the course. He appealed to them to take what they have learned seriously and msake sure to use it.

The President of the association, Christopher John, said that the association was very happy with the course. He went further, appealing to the coaches to pass the knowledge they gained to the players, who are the future of the sport in this nation.

The Minister of Youth, Employment and Sports, Paul Kamara, praised the volleyball association for the great strides it has made over the past months to develop the sport in the country.

Ahmed Khanou, who chaired the ceremony said, “We need to have more qualified
coaches to train more volleyball players, who will represent the country in future international competitions. That is why this coaching course is good.” He also appealed to participants to use what they have learned to develop the sport of volleyball.

Participants received certificates and volleyballs to take back to their various regions and clubs.




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