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Beach Get Involved Seminar comes to England

View of the beach volleyball courts available at the FIVB/CEV Regional Volleyball Development Centre in Kettering, England
Loughborough, England, March 5, 2014 - Volleyball England is pleased to announce the dates for its international Beach Seminar – Beach Get Involved - in partnership with FIVB and CEV. Taking place from the 26 May – 1 June 2014 at the FIVB/CEV Regional Volleyball Development Centre in Kettering, the week-long event will be a must for anyone involved in coaching and delivering beach volleyball.

CEV President André Meyer says: “We are delighted to be working with Volleyball England to put this course on in the country for the first time. Not only will it give candidates industry-leading knowledge in beach volleyball skills, drills, organisation and participation development, but it will also provide excellent opportunities to network with beach volleyballers from other countries across Europe and share best practice. The CEV is re-launching Regional Development Centres across Europe and is pleased that England’s Regional Volleyball Development Centre in Kettering leads first with this very important Beach Volleyball initiative which is open to all those inspired to develop Beach Volleyball across Europe.”

Wayne Coyle, the President of Volleyball England said: “This is an exciting year for the FIVB/CEV Regional Development Centre. We are really looking forward to hosting a series of courses and seminars for people from all over Europe and beyond. The aim of the FIVB/CEV Regional Development Centre is to become a dynamic hub for volleyball in Europe and we hope that people will enjoy the experience they have in England.”

For more information

The Beach Get Involved seminar is one of a series of events that Volleyball England will be hosting in 2014. Details of some of the courses can be found on the Volleyball England, CEV & FIVB websites.


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