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11 April 2014
2014 CAVB Coaches Commission
Cairo, Egypt, April 9, 2014- CAVB Coaches Commission meeting was concluded on Wednesday with a group of proposals to be approved by the nest CAVB Board of Administration next May.
The meeting which was attended by CAVB President Dr Amr Elwani and Commission President Sherif El Shemerly discussed a lot of key ambitious programmes for 2014.
The African coaching instructor comes as one of the most important items, a programme which will prepare 10 new African instructors according to definite criteria prepared by the coaches' Commission members.
Other important items are the suggested 13 coaches' courses to be organised in 2014 in the different continental zones, the preparation for the 4th High performance seminar which is the environment to promote the highest level coaching skills.
The commission discussed also the Coaches Aid Programme which was supported by FIVB to assist the coaching of the top national teams in some selected NFs. The programme achieved a huge success in some countries like Rwanda, Mozambique, Burkina Faso and Cape Verde and now the commission will suggest more NFs to support.
Grassroots will be also another item to be implemented in 2014 in an aim to increase the attraction of the young boys and girls to the sport at the youngest age.
Coaches Scholarship is also a new protocol which allows the prominent coach to experience a full live with the top teams in the world to follow up their preparations in their camps.
The honouring of the pioneer coaches is also an important proposal for the commission along with the new technology of preparing courses online through an ambitious system named E- Learning.
The 3 day African Coaching Instructors Seminar is going to start on Thursday with the attendance of the 10 selected coaches.
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