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AVC Management Course concluded in Thailand

A total of 22 officials from 11 countries took part in the seminar
Bangkok, Thailand, November 8, 2012 – A seminar on the AVC Management Course for Levels I and II, jointly organised by the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) and the Asian Volleyball Confederation (AVC), came to a close in Bangkok on Thursday.

The three-day seminar at the Ramkhamhaeng University's Sports Office started on Tuesday, with Ramkhamhaeng's vice-president for research and academic affairs, Dr. Boonchan Thongprayoon, and vice-president of the Thailand Volleyball Association, Somkuan Rawirat, jointly presiding.

A total of 22 officials from 11 countries – Australia, Fiji, Iran, Jordan, Iraq, India, Sri Lanka, the Maldives, Turkmenistan, the Philippines, Malaysia, Laos, Vietnam and Myanmar – took part in the seminar.

Helgi Thorsteinsson, director of the FIVB Development and Technical Department, Ramon Suzara, chairman of the AVC Development Commitee, and Shanrit Wongprasert, member of the FIVB Board of Administration, were the three instructors.

The AVC Management Course offered a wide range of necessary information to all attendees. It was held to raise awareness on how to keep in contact online with the FIVB and AVC, to find out about registration for coaches, referees, the transfer of players in international leagues, and how to write reports on doping control at the continental and world levels.


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