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FIVB launches Development Projects Platform for National Federations

 
The 2018 FIVB Development Projects Platform is now online
 
Lausanne, Switzerland, August 17, 2018 - Open to all affiliated national federations, the 2018 FIVB Development Projects Platform was launched today. The new platform provides national federations with the opportunity to apply for dedicated coaching support, volleyball equipment and e-learning resources.

National federations are encouraged to review potential opportunities and submit their projects online using the FIVB Development Projects Platform page.

2018 FIVB Development Projects Platform - Click here.

The platform is open to all national federations wishing to apply for one of the three types of projects outlined below:

A. Coaching support for technical and tactical development of national teams
    1. Coaching support for up to 12 months for Category 3,4 and 5 national federations
    2. Coaching support for up to 3 months for Category 1 and 2 national federations
    3. "Train the trainers" programme
B. Volleyball equipment
    1. Volleyball floors
    2. Volleyballs, beach volleyballs and kids' volleyballs
    3. Volleyball nets and net systems
C. Volleyball e-learning
    1. Technical resource centre
    2. Coaches resource centre



Visit the new Development Projects Platform now for more information.




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