International Level I Course For Volleyball Coaches begins in
TIJUANA, Mexico, September 22, 2017 - The International Level I
Course for Volleyball Coaches was officially inaugurated at the
FIVB-Norceca Regional Development Center.
Authorities of the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB),
Baja California Sports and Physical Culture Institute (INDE) as
well as representatives of the North, Central American and
Caribbean Volleyball Confederation (NORCECA) were present at the
This course, which includes both theoretical and practical
phases in classroom and court, is directer by Alejandro
Arconada of Argentina, who was accompanied during the ceremony
by former olympic Mexican and Baja California Sports and
Physical Culture Institute Special Projects Coordinator Cesar
Osuna, who gave a message on behalf of INDE’s General Director,
Saul Castro Verdugo.
Development Center Training and Operations Coordinator,
Jacqueline Montes was also present to explain some details about
the course that began on Friday and will end next week.
Attendees from Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba and Mexico as well as
the U.S. Virgin Islands have met in Tijuana for this activity
that has important points and subjects that go from the mini
volleyball, the promotion and masificación of the discipline as
well as the way to high performance.