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FIVB INTERNATIONAL VOLLEYBALL AT SCHOOL SYMPOSIUM. Saskatchewan, Canada June 23 - 27 2007. BACKGROUND ROLE OF GOVERNMENT ROLE OF FEDERATION ROLL-OUT PLAN SAMPLE VIDEO OF MINI-VOLLEYBALL. CONTENTS. S.A. MAP WITH 9 PROVINCES.

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fivb international volleyball at school symposium

FIVB INTERNATIONAL VOLLEYBALL AT SCHOOL SYMPOSIUM

Saskatchewan, Canada

June 23 - 27 2007

contents
BACKGROUND

ROLE OF GOVERNMENT

ROLE OF FEDERATION

ROLL-OUT PLAN

SAMPLE VIDEO OF MINI-VOLLEYBALL

CONTENTS
background
Game has always received support from Government - particularly national

Federation initiated the process in 1999 - Operation Bana Metshamekong (Children at Play)

Training done by VSA development coaches; also Jose Quintana (Cuba) later El Wassimy (Egypt)

Federation has provided over 300 adjustable portable poles with balls across the country as a support initiative

Have developed training manuals which are accredited by countries’ (Sector Education and Training Authority - SETA)

Programme is being implemented through the Provincial affiliates

BACKGROUND
role of government
Have identified volleyball as one of the 8 priority codes in the country supported with:

Funding the appointment of national and provincial coordinators

training of coaches, technical officials and managers

equipment and stationery

traveling, accommodation and catering

festivals and competitions

Are acting as the main drivers in ensuring successful implementation of the programme

Are supporting the process of ensuring that the 8 codes will have their curriculum being integrated in the countries Education system by end of 2007.

ROLE OF GOVERNMENT
role of federation
Identification and training of suitable candidates to implement training programmes

Providing technical support and guidance with on programme implementation e.g.:

Select identified talented learners from the intra school programme to represent the school

Coordinate inter school league programmes / fixtures

Intensify coaching programmes for talented learners coming through the system

Empower learners to understand the rules of the sport codes and the key skills for playing the sport

Coordinate regular coaching clinics

Recruit the learners into the programme and commence the physical code training programme

Managing talent identification processes and pathway of athletes

Using mass participation and

Creating participation and competition opportunities

ROLE OF FEDERATION
roll out plan
Training and development in different areas (ongoing) - starting February

Individual School based competition (bi-weekly) - starting February to July

Inter-school competition May - August

Festivals (provincial) March, July and September

Higher level coaching programme July and November

Tracking and placement of talented athletes March, July and September

ROLL-OUT PLAN
support systems
SUPPORT SYSTEMS

Available human capital:

  • Full time International coach
  • Operational full time office
  • 30 FIVB Level 1 coaches
  • 20 FIVB Level 2 coaches
  • Over 250 VSA accredited coaches
challenges
CHALLENGES
  • The sport is played mainly outdoor
  • We target using grass and sand (for health reasons) though most of the areas have loose hard gravel
  • Correct equipment (durable and suitable to environment)
  • Ratio of available equipment in relation to people (need for suitable equipment)
  • Weather - have long rainy season
  • Development of coaches at a right time and ensuring re- learning of skills
  • Geographic distances – transport added cost for participation
coaching methodology
COACHING METHODOLOGY
  • Step 1 AIM
  • To provide an enjoyable environment so that beginners, children, young and adults can gain satisfaction learning the skills of the game, and playing modified volleyball as well as age grade and senior volleyball.
  • Step 2 OUTCOME GOALS
  • To apply the principles of volleyball as stated in the playing charter, so that helpers, teachers and coaches have overview knowledge of the game.

Step 3 PERFORMANCE GOALS

  • To apply key factor analysis to the core skills of the game, emphasizing safety, so that coaches are able to conduct appropriate and enjoyable volleyball activities.
achievement strategies
ACHIEVEMENT STRATEGIES
  • Get the children to understand the basic philosophy of the game
  • Encourage learning through fun activities
  • Individual core skills and safety in contact
  • Practice: planning, conducting, skill development
  • Risk management and ethics
  • Outline specific role of the Coach
theory and practical sessions
THEORY AND PRACTICAL SESSIONS
  • THEORY
  • To cover important historical background depending on age
  • To serve as link with practical
  • Has to be short considering concentration vs. energy levels

PRACTICAL

  • Get them involved
  • Get them active (avoid creating spectators)
  • include elements of game characteristics, playing area and
  • dimensions
  • Encourage maximum contact with the ball (familiarity)
  • Activities to include movement
coaching skills
COACHING SKILLS
  • Very important
  • Perfect coaching skills are important tools to ensure high quality in Coach Centered and Coach Initiated types of drills. A strong fact for the young players to acquire the VB skills in a faster process
  • Coaching skills for Coach Centered Drills
  • - Rolling - Bouncing
  • - Tossing - Throwing
  • - Hitting (spike, lob, tip) - Serving
  • - Blocking (standing on a platform)
  • Coaching skills for Coach Initiated Drills
  • - Throwing - Bouncing
  • - Hitting - Serving
critical coaching principles
CRITICAL COACHING PRINCIPLES
  • Ensure objective of drill
  • Accurate command of ball
  • Perfect timing
  • Observation of active player
  • Provide feedback (critics, corrections, hints)
  • Adapt to players capabilities
  • Create methodical approach
  • Control flow, rhythm and intensity
  • Ensure high quality
components of teaching technique
COMPONENTS OF TEACHING TECHNIQUE
  • Verbal explanation
  • Show Picture / video
  • Demonstration – part by part
  • Demonstration – as a whole
  • Implementation
  • Correct technique > maximum fun; reinforces learning
  • Incorrect technique > unlearning at later stage; injuries
elements for biginners learners and children
ELEMENTS FOR BIGINNERS/LEARNERS AND CHILDREN

Before Training

  • Beginner’s volleyball Coach should ensure:
    • Study the environment around players
    • Check the health of each player with medical examinations
    • Evaluate the physical performances of each player
    • Study player’s mental attitudes and characteristics in keeping good human relations.
    • Know technical levels concerning fundamental individual playing patterns.
volleyball training schedule process
VOLLEYBALL TRAINING SCHEDULE PROCESS
  • Play with ball by one
  • Play with ball by two players
  • Underhand and single hand ball handling by one player
  • Underhand pass moving many directions and fundamental posture for back court players
  • Underhand service and its service receptions
  • Catching, throwing and passing games with underhand service (1vs1, 2vs2, 3vs3…)
  • Overhand pass moving many directions
  • Overhand pass games (1vs1, 2vs2, 3vs3, …)
training progression 1
TRAINING PROGRESSION 1
  • 5 min A 15 min B C I 40 min C II 45 min D 15 min
  • A. Introduction (simple and short according to the contents.)
  • B. Warming up (Easy going and individually)
  • CI. 1st part of the main part (teaching underhand pass/ overhand pass)
  • CII. 2nd part of the main part (ball control using the mentioned two skills and executing the ball handling ina slow rhythm of a moderated aerobic level for 20 min and ending with playing 20 min. 2x2 or 3x3.
  • D. Cooling down giving feed back about the individual performances build up
  • Motivation for next unit.
training progression ii
TRAINING PROGRESSION II
  • 5 min A + B 12 min C I 10 min C II 10 min C III 3 min D

A+ B Short introduction + 3-4 minutes dynamic gymnastic exercises (Ensure rising Slightly the body temperature)

CI Focus on skill development only one skill as the main option and a 2nd skill as a Secondary option (ensure quality)

CII Volley, pass or catch and thrown playing with each other ball over the net 1 vs. 1 / 2 vs. 2 (ensure body postures)

CIII Same as in C II but playing against each other the aim is to win (ensure fighting Spirit and competitive manners) D Talking to the kids while cooling down giving feedback motivation for the next Session)