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Thailand hosts FIVB International Coaches Course Level II

 
Thailand Volleyball Association President Mr Somporn Chaibangyang (second from right) speaks at the course's opening ceremony on August 15
Bangkok, Thailand, August 18, 2014 - The Thailand Volleyball Association (TVA), in conjunction with the International Volleyball Federation, is hosting an FIVB International Coaches Course Level II from August 15-27. TVA President Mr Somporn Chaibangyang presided over the opening ceremony at the FIVB Development Centre at Ramkhamhaeng University in Bangkok on Friday.
 
The course is being conducted by FIVB coach instructor Mr Tatsuya Adachi of Japan and Mr Gustavo Meczyk of Israel. A total of 21 coaches from Japan, Croatia, Papua New Guinea, Iran, Zimbabwe and Thailand are participating in the 13-day seminar, which is split into theoretical classes in the mornings and practical sessions in the afternoons.
 
Mr Tatsuya, who was speaking about the purpose of the seminar, said, "It is the FIVB's aim to raise the standard of coaches worldwide. The participants will be given knowledge on how to become a good coaches. The FIVB have entrusted Thailand with the organisation of this seminar because the country is determined to promote and develop the sport of volleyball. I hope that those attending this seminar will become good coaches in the near future. As far as I'm concerned, many coaches have become successful in their careers following their attendance of an FIVB coaches course."



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