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Rwanda hosting Volleyball Cooperation Programme for teachers

Participants at the course in Kigali
 Lausanne, Switzerland, March 11, 2014 – Rwanda is currently hosting a Volleyball Cooperation Programme in its capital Kigali, and the course opening was attended by representatives from the Ministry of Sport and the Rwandan Volleyball Federation.

The course runs from March 10 to 14 under the instruction of Michel Vandermeulen of Belgium.

The main aim of the VCP course is to show teachers how to adapt volleyball as an easy, fun and competitive sport in schools. 

Physical Education Teachers are one of key target groups for the Volleyball Cooperation Programme to help them learn how they can integrate volleyball into their schools and motivate young volleyball players.

The aim of the five-day course is for teachers to learn the basic skills of teaching children the fundamentals of volleyball in a practical way, in addition to showing how to maximize school facilities for multiple courts and mass participation.


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