International Level I seminar concluded successfully in Tijuana



TIJUANA, Mexico, May 19, 2015 - The International Level I Seminar for Coaches concluded successfully at the Baja California High Performance Center.


Argelio Hernandez, Director of the Course, appreciated the support for these type of the events by the FIVB-Norceca Development Center and the Baja California Sports and Physical Culture Institute authorities.


During the closing ceremony, Alberto Arreola Sanchez, the coordinator of the center congratulated the participants who showed a great progress during the 13-day course.


On behalf ot the attendants, the Baja California women’s volleyball coach Estanislao Matias Vachino thanked the instructors for their availability and the way they shared all their knowledge and experiences.


 “It has been a great experience for all of us, and hopefully Baja California and Mexican volleyball can improve their quality,” Vachino said.


International instructor Humberto Rodriguez Carmona also contributed to the success of the seminar.


“To work with Professor Hernandez has been such a great experience. He is a very well skilled person and a great instructor,” Rodriguez Carmona said.


The coaches took practical and theoretical tests. In the final exam, the best notes were awarded by Jorge Romero, who has coached the Baja California youth teams and also has contributed with the national teams as statistician.


Among the participants of seminar, was Jose Luis Martell, who played in the European Leagues and also with the Mexican National team before starting a coaching career. Many of the attendants went to participate at the National Junior Olympic Championships in Monterrey, Mexico.