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England set to host FIVB Level II Coaching Course

Tuomas Sammelvuo is one of the top international coaches those attending the FIVB Level II Coaching Course in Kettering will be looking at

Kettering, England, May 20, 2014 - The third in this year's series of international courses and seminars is due to take place at the FIVB/CEV Regional Volleyball Development Centre (RVDC) in Kettering, England, from August 18-30.

The FIVB’s Level II Coaching Course, one of the highest coaching awards in volleyball, is aimed at advanced coaches from Europe and the world.

Volleyball England’s Chief Executive Lisa Wainwright said: “We are looking forward to welcoming delegates not only from across Europe but also other Confederations to our FIVB/CEV Regional Development Centre in August. This Level II course presents an excellent opportunity for aspiring coaches who want to improve their knowledge and understanding of the most recent trends of the modern game.”

CEV President André Meyer added: “We are delighted that there will be a Level II course running at the RVDC in England. The interest in this course shows that there is an appetite in the coaching community to take this job to the highest level and understand the key aspects of modern coaching.”

The 13-day course is one of the FIVB’s leading educational programmes and is aimed at the coaching of advanced-level teams. In addition to the technical aspects of coaching at a higher level, it also examines the pedagogical aspects of coaching and addresses planning, trends and current problems. It is aimed at coaches who have already achieved high awards from their National Federations and want to progress to coaching teams at the highest level.


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