Level I Coaches Course opens in Aruba
Participants of the Level I coaches course in Aruba|
Aruba, June 10, 2014 – The Aruba Volleyball Federation, headed by its president,
Mrs Filomena Daniel Curiel, welcomed all the participants of the FIVB Level I
Coaches Course during the opening ceremony held at the Sport Centre Frans
Figueroa on Monday.
highlighted the correlation of coaches’ development in youth volleyball
development and its important benefits on honing the talents of future
participants are registered in the course with 18 local participants and two
from Brazil and French St. Martin.
is led by instructor Susan Gozansky, who last directed the Level I Coaches
Course in Aruba more than 15 years ago. Gozansky motivated the participants to
continue educating themselves and developing volleyball in their respective
countries through knowledge- and experience-sharing. Gozansky also emphasised to
keep the spirit of sportsmanship among coaches.
Mota, represented on behalf of the FIVB, NORCECA Confederation and the Regional
Development Volleyball Centre, commended the organisation of the course and the
efforts of the national federation to give the local participants with more
opportunities to be trained, not only as a coach, but also as high-level
professionals in volleyball.
will cover topics on Minivolleyball, role of the coach, statistical systems,
rules of the game, and injury prevention. International Referee Allister McLeod
will enlighten the participants about the rules of the game, while physiotherapist Frank Velasques will guide the participants on the prevention
and treatment of injuries.
course is divided into two parts – the theoretical and practical evaluations –
to be culminated through the accreditation of participants.
The course will
conclude on June 19.