CEV launches third series of School Project webinars, make sure you sign up ASAP!

After the major success achieved throughout a similar initiative run this past summer, which involved hundreds of people from across Europe and even from overseas, the CEV Technical and Development Department will be delivering a third series of webinars specifically addressed to coaches, teachers and anyone working at the grassroots level of Volleyball or simply interested in this topic. There is not any restriction as to the number of people able to join per country, so all you have to do is to make sure you sign up here!

You can look forward to three webinars that will help you deal with the challenges brought by the current pandemic and will provide a boost of energy and plenty of ideas in order to stay positive and active even at times where national authorities have re-imposed lockdown measures in response to a resurgence in the number of coronavirus infections. Moreover, the webinars will inspire you to get ready for the return of normalcy and to re-start your activities and programmes in the best way so that you can inspire the next generation of Volleyball players!

With each session lasting for about an hour, this series will feature two speakers that you may well know already – the incredibly prolific mind of Kristof De Loose of Belgium and former Serbian Volleyball superstar turned sports psychologist Andrija Geric. Moreover, Peter Morell, who has a wealth of experience in working with kids through the programmes he has successfully run in countries such as Denmark, the Faroe Islands and Greenland, will be sharing tips on how to make sure that school activities contribute to the overall growth of the game at the grassroots level.

The only thing you need to do is to sign up and mark the dates and times of these three webinars, who will certainly become the source of many new ideas on how to work with your pupils and young players!

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