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Level I Coaches Course in Cordoba

Gabriel Salvia, CDRV Director, was pleased with the excellent facilities provided in Cordoba and thanked the participants for taking the time to invest in their training.
Cordoba, Argentina, May 22, 2013 – A Level I Coaches Course was conducted from May 10 to 21 in the Argentine city of Cordoba, led by course director Aurelio Ureña Espa from Spain and course instructor Ruben Sainz Rodriguez from Cuba.  

The course, held at the Cordoba Volleyball Federation facilities, was organised by the FIVB-FeVA Argentine Volleyball Regional Development Centre (CDRV) with the aim of improving volleyball knowledge at all levels in the region.  

The opening ceremony was attended by Professor Daniel Reynoso Arce (Cordoba Volleyball Federation President) and Gabriel Salvia (CDRV Director).

“This is the home of Cordoba Volleyball and also Argentine Volleyball and the FIVB-FeVA Argentine Volleyball Regional Development Centre has shown confidence in this federation allowing us to give you an outstanding hosting and good training and we work very intensive so that everything works out smooth," said the FCV President.
"Argentina needs to provide as much coaches training as possible. This course is a great chance for all of you. Make good use of it because it is the step in the right direction for your volleyball future".

The Level I Coaches Course is offered through the FIVB’s Volleyball Cooperation Programme (VCP) and is aimed at improving coaching skills and participants’ knowledge of the game.


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