Uncategorised50 teachers to participate in sports courses

September 11, 20190

?The Bahrain Olympic Committee’s (BOC) Sports Training and Development Section will organize a number of specialized courses from today (January 19) in cooperation with the Education Ministry’s physical education section.
Fifty physical education teachers will be taking part in these courses, featuring a physical fitness and field tests programme for Al Ta’awon Secondary Boys School and Al Khansa Primary Girls School teachers.
A specialized football course is also planned during this period, and will be held for Um Kulthom Girls Schools, in addition to an athletics course for a group of teachers at Khalifa Sports City Stadium in Isa Town.
Sponsored by McDonald’s, these courses will be conducted by Mahmood Yateem, Mubarak Fares, Ruqaya Al Ghasra, Mohsin Ali Abdulla and Mohammed Bakhsh.
The courses are part of the Sports Training and Development Section aimed to develop and prepare administrative and technical staff working in the sports sector.
The section has already organised several joint training courses  with the Ministry of Education, in which more than 100 teachers of different schools in the Kingdom were in the fray.
Meanwhile, the curtain fell down on the National Coaching Programme Level 1 with more than 50 coaches from different clubs and national associations, in addition to a number of coaches from other GCC countries taking part.
During the course, which was conducted by a group of highly-qualified instructors from the Coaching Association of Canada, reaching theories were presented through education interaction and using modern techniques at the sessions.
The course focused on several topics, such as training planning, the coach tasks, physical patterns, injuries and ways to avoid them, skills analysis, physical preparation and skills development.
Administrator Saeed Al Aradi was supervising the course, sponsored McDonald’s, as the participants expressed admiration for the course content and the advanced level of the  lecturers, according to the questionnaire designed by the Sports Training and Development Section to evaluate the programme.

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