Seventeen coaches attended Level 4 Course of the National Coaching Programme, which concluded recently at Manama Club premises in Juffair.
Coaches from different national clubs and sports federations participated in the 10-day course, organised by the Bahrain Olympic Committee’s Sports Training and Development Section.
They were Jassim Marhoon, Hisham Al Mahoozi, Salah Hassan, Ali Marhoon, Anis Yousef, Mohammed Bakhsh, Fareed Abdulsattar, Rashid Murad, Abdulmunem Abdulla, Ala’a Abbas, Mohammed Muraghi, Buzyan Allam, Osama Fayez, Ahmed Abdulkarim, Mohammed Salman, Samira Assiri and Abbas Al Seba’a.
The course was part of the annual plan of the Sports Training and Development Section, headed by Nabeel Taha, to qualify national coaches in different sports.
Ph.D. Jonathan Tremblay, from the University of Montreal in Canada, had conducted the sessions, which highlighted a variety of issues. They include energy systems and how to design training programs in physical preparation. Tremblay is considered one of the leading specialists in the field of energy systems andphysical preparation. He also has numerous researches in this area, in addition to overseeing several doctoral and master dissertations.
The fourth level course featured 12 training missions in total, as the programme was held within the annual plan of the Sports Training and Development Section, which seeks to attract highly qualified lecturers in the field of sports training. It was supervised by Sports Training and Development Section specialist Ali Qamber, and is being sponsored by Arabian Gulf Raffle.
At the end of the course, the section conducted questionnaire, which was an opportunity to hear the opinions of the participants who praised the scientific content and the high professional level of the instructor.
The National Coaching Programme, organised in collaboration with the Coaching Association of Canada, is one of the most respected and highest qualified programmes on the regional and global levels.
The National Coaching Programme started in 1998 as per an agreement signed between the Bahrain Olympic Committee and the Coaching Association of Canada, where more than 1,600 coaches have graduated from different courses to start coaching various national sports teams.
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