Venezuela conducts VIS Technical Seminar
The seminar, held over five days and focusing on developing statistics during games in real time, was supervised by FIVB instructor Diego Soler from Argentina.
Twenty-four Venezuelans received FIVB certificates, which will help Venezuelan volleyball progress and improve. The availability of having reliable statistics in real time will also result in raising the technical and tactical level of the athletes.
“I'm happy to have 24 people interested in taking this course,” Soler commented. “Almost all have some knowledge of volleyball and this is very helpful. And they were all enthusiastic and eager to learn and use the system.”
Soler added: “The VIS was a system that was created in 1990 to standardize the information coming out of various outlets and to provide information to the press. At one time, it seemed it was going to become obsolete, but today, with the arrival of social networks, it’s become an essential system for us that is reliable and extremely fast.”
The Venezuelan Federation will be conducting a Level II International Coaching Course from July 4 to 16 in Caracas.