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Solomon Islands welcome VCP Level 1 Coaching Course

The VCP Level 1 Coaching Course in the Solomon Islands brought together 28 participants
Honiara, Solomon Islands, July 25, 2014 - The Solomon Islands Volleyball Federation is holding a VCP Level 1 Coaching Course from July 21-27. The course's opening ceremony was attended by Mr John Bakeua, Director of the Ministry of Home Affairs and Sport, by the President of the Solomon Islands Volleyball Federation and by the course Instructor.

The course is scheduled to take place over seven days and will include both theoretical and practical sessions. Attendees include six national team players, five national coaches, six provincial coaches, three teachers and four referees. Much of the theory work has been conducted in the mornings, while practical sessions take place from 14.00-18.00 in the afternoons. 28 participants have demonstrated their commitment and motivation throughout the course.

The course has been found to be very informative and practical, with lots of opportunities for hands-on experience, especially in the area of skills and techniques development and coaching. The course participants have said that due to the very practical approach taken by the Instructor in presenting the course, they have been able to learn a lot and also improve their skills and techniques, especially in the area of coaching.

SIVF President Morris Maitaki applauded Mr Shihab for his role in organising and leading the course and for working so well with the participants and the Solomon Islands Volleyball Federation officials. He said: "Volleyball is popular in the Solomon Islands, both in the rural areas and the urban centres. Hence, I am hoping that this course will help all the participants to improve the level of volleyball at clubs and in the national team."


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