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Level II Coaches Course begins in Kazakhstan

The Level II Coaches Course in Kazakhstan has brought together twelve participants
Almaty, Kazakhstan, September 4, 2014 - A Level II Coaches Course is being held in Almaty, Kazakhstan. The course began on Wednesday and will end with practical and theorety exams on September 15.

Kazakhstan's Men's Team head coach and FIVB Instructor Mr Gennadiy Parshine thanked Couse Director Mr Nejat Sancak from Turkey and Mr Moro Branislav from Serbia at the course's opening ceremony.

Five women and seven men are participating in the course. The aim of the Level II Coaching Course programme is to improve how volleyball is taught. Participants undergo both practical and theory tests. Courses take place over a period of 96 hours, which include classroom and on-court training. The course follows on from the Level I Coaches Course which was conducted in Kazakhstan last year.


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