World experts to present at SVA Conference

The Stronger Clubs and Coaching Conference day aims to inform, empower and tie together everything you need to know about volleyball clubs. With tailorable content and world experts, this leading conference equips you with the know-how to succeed as a club in the coming years and beyond.

Athanasios Papageorgiou a Lecturer of Volleyball at German Sport University of Cologne for 38 years, 3 time Paralympic champion and FIVB tutor announced to present at conference. He ‘is a man of many talents: as coach of Bonn and Leverkusen he won the German Championship twice’ and we have the privilege of having him in Scotland to share his worldwide expertise with all throughout the day.

John Ross and Anthony Drew have undertaken workshops all over the British sporting scene, including our previous conference in 2014 and they will be delivering their ‘what if no-one comes back workshop?’

Professor David Lavallee is an international expert in the field of Sports Psychology. He has  developed an innovative intervention to arrest the youth drop-out rate in Ireland’s biggest sporting organisation and will be sharing his essential advice.

The content should be interesting for anyone involved in volleyball and we would encourage attendance by all for this unique opportunity. It is an absolute must for all coaches and club committee members!

Registration for the conference will open on Wednesday 20th January, attendance will only be accepted through official registration. Places will be awarded on a first come first served basis.

This not to miss event will be taking place on 20th February at Stirling Court Hotel and it is FREE for all SVA members, make sure you book your space before it is too late!

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