Indoor Volleyball referees reached practical and theoretical
goals in continental seminar
TIJUANA, Mexico, December 1, 2017 - Volleyball referees who were
recently certified in Baja California, complied with their
assignments during the theoretical and practical sessions that
took place at the FIVB-Norceca Development Center.
According to José Ramón Pérez Vento, the sessions were carried
out satisfactorily, and there was great feedback in the group.
Trainers from different countries were evaluated in the courts
of the Multipurpose Gymnasium by working on practical cases as
well as by watching plays and fouls for the correct
interpretation and application of rules.
"It was helpful and also very useful for all of them," said
Perez Vento. "Also, we had a very good team that was in charge
of developing the practices with the guys from the sports talent
program of Baja California, who took advantage of their training
hours to have those real game situations with the candidates
calling and assisting as a second referee and as line judges,
Meanwhile, Canadian instructor Ray Bradbury stated: “One of the
goals for this particular evento was to introduce Norceca
referees to the next level of international referees with people
from many zones and many different qualities. So what we´ve
attempted to do is provide with really interactive course in
both theoretical and practical situations”.
Workshops took place at the Baja California High Performance
Center Multi-sport Building (where the Norceca Development
Center offices are located). Theoretical discussions were part
of the agenda, and at the same time candidate referees were
observed by the group of instructors during the practical
sessions on court at the Multipurpose Gym.
“They could implement some other things which we discussed in
the classroom and one of the other things was that each nights
the candidates were given a topic in their working groups and
what we’ve had both beach and indoor volleyball working together”,