CAVB receive applications to host National Courses

5 December 2018


 Cairo, Egypt, December 5, 2018- African Volleyball confederation declares the Thursday December 6 will be the deadline to receive the applications of the National Federations to apply to host National courses in 2019.  


 In line with the FIVB and CAVB vision to use digital technology courses shall be offered using a blended strategy which will be via e-learning, physical course or a combination of the two.


Courses on offer are:

Beach Volleyball Coaches (e-learning and Physical).

Beach Volleyball refereeing (physical)

Management (e-learning and physical)

Volleyball Refereeing (physical)

Volleyball Information Systems (e-learning and physical)

As we have a limited budget the following criteria shall apply:-


The priority will be given to category 1 and 2 National Federations and Each country will be eligible to host ONLY one course. Priority shall be given to National Federations that neither hosted a similar course under FIVB programmes in 2018 nor applied for the same course via FIVB for 2019.



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