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Level 1 coaches course in Kazakhstan


Almaty, Kazakhstan, May 17, 2013 –The opening ceremony for a coaches course, currently being conducted in Almaty, was held at the B. Sholak Sport and Culture Palace on May 15. It was attended by 24 participants and six observers including representatives of the Kazakhstan Volleyball Federation and the National Olympic Committee.

Present at the ceremony were Mr Kasymov Magzam (Vice President of the Kazakhstan Volleyball Federation), Mrs Myrzayeva Aizhangul (Deputy Secretary General of the National Olympic Committee), Mr Issayev Nurlan (National coach of the Agency of the Sports and Physical training affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan) and Mr Syrlybayev Yermek (Secretary General of the Kazakhstan Volleyball Federation).

The course will take place over a period of 12 days and will be run by Mr Peter Kalny (Course Director) and Mr Sanjak Nejat (Course Instructor) and will include both theory and practical components.

This is the first time that a FIVB Coaches Course is being organised in Kazakhstan. The course coincides with the 85 year anniversary celebrations of the Kazakhstan national volleyball federation.

This course is offered through FIVB’s Volleyball Cooperation Programme (VCP) and is aimed at increasing the skills of local coaches and their knowledge on how to play and how to form teams.

More information on the Volleyball Cooperation Programme can be found here


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