Dhaka, Bangladesh: Under the umbrella of AHF Development and Education Program 2018, and in collaboration with Bangladesh Hockey Federation, AHF will conduct a National Coaching Course in Dhaka, between the 3rd – 6th of June 2018. FIH High-Performance Coach, Mr. Suengjin Yoo, has been appointed as the conductor for the national course.
Upon his appointment, former Korean National and Olympian, Mr. Seungjin Yoo said, “It is always good to come to Bangladesh for such events. The hockey community n Bangladesh is always eager to learn more and a general aura of excellence exists, in the team rightfully called the Tigers. I look forward to working with the Bangladesh Hockey Federation and present advanced practices to all participants of the course, in a hope that this knowledge will be transferred and shared with a larger community within Bangladesh”.
All interested Bangladesh Nationals should contact their National Federation for details regarding participation.
About the AHF Development and Education Program 2018
The Asian Hockey Federation aims to assist the technical staff with the AHF Development and Education Program 2018. The development activities in training coaches, umpires and technical officials are progressing faster than ever with more and more Asian federations taking productive participation in the courses.
The courses are designed to combine experienced people to present the methods to play, coach, officiate and manage the sport of hockey. The participants are exposed to the best strategies and protocols to manage teams and high-level tournaments. The courses are divided into 4 levels: Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, Umpiring and Coaching along with High Performance. To move through the ranks of coaching, umpiring and technical officials a participant must successfully complete each level.
The aim of the AHF Education and Development Program 2018 is to provide a simplified education structure and resources for AHF Members Nations. All nations will have the opportunity to access the program pathway at an appropriate level.
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