Lausanne, Switzerland, March 24, 2015 - Four annual reports produced by the International Volleyball Federation’s Sports Development Department are available online now, detailing a busy year for the Volleyball Cooperation Programme and providing an overview of the Volley All Festivals, Coaches Courses and Technical Seminars held across the world in 2014.
The Volleyball Cooperation Programme (VCP) promotes the development of volleyball and beach volleyball on all continents with qualified FIVB instructors providing players, coaches, referees and teachers with opportunities to work on their skills.
Click here to read the VCP Annual Report.
Volley All Festival Annual Report - click to download.
Coaches Courses are a core element of the International Volleyball Federation’s structured education programme and also provide a platform for the exchange of ideas. They aim to provide coaches and teachers with the opportunity to become FIVB coaches and inform participants about recent trends in the sports of volleyball and beach volleyball. They also provide a unified system for training coaches in all countries and enable national federations to develop their own training programmes.
Read the 2014 Coaches Courses report here.
Finally, the Technical Seminars Annual Report provides an overview of the courses organised for technicians with experience as volleyball players or coaches wishing to improve their skills. These seminars usually feature well-known coaches and instructors and associate players for practical demonstrations.
Technical Seminars Annual Report - read more here.