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Level II Coaching Course underway in Tunisia

The Level II coaches course is offered through the Volleyball Cooperation Programme (VCP), which endeavours to increase the volleyball skills and knowledge of coaches around the world.

Tunis, Tunisia, June 11, 2013 – The Volleyball Development Centre of Tunisia is currently conducting a Level II coaching course, with instructors Mr. André Glaive and Mr. Eric Ngapeth.  The course began on June 10 and will run for 12 days.

The opening ceremony, held at the Hotel du Parc, was attended by Mr Mounir Ben Slimane, President of the Tunisian Federation and Mr Kamel Rekaya, National Technical Director.

In all there are 22 candidates from Tunisia, Libya and Madagascar and the participants also include Noureddine Hfaiedh Hosni Karamosly, an international player from Tunisia as well as the National Technical Director of the Madagascar Volleyball Federation.

The course contains modules on volleyball techniques, tactics, strategy, physical preparation, statistics and physiology. One of the aims of the course is to teach coaches how to manage teams and the importance of challenging players, organising them well, communicating properly with them and ensuring that all team members work together efficiently. The course also looks at ways to enhance players’ confidence, to motivate them to train properly and to give them the ambition to succeed.

The 22
candidates have already been evaluated on their level volleyball in three practice tests in preparation for the final examination. The course will end on Saturday, June 22.

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