MultiCare “Train The Trainers” Volleyball Clinicgets underway tomorrow morning, Tuesday, 30th October at the Breezy Castle Centre on the Kingston waterfront.The clinic is being hosted by the MultiCare Sports Programme for Physical Education (P.E.) teachers from the 31 MultiCare-assisted schools in East, West, and Central Kingston and Greater Portmore.
Focus at the clinic will be on reinforcing the principles of Volleyball covering all aspects of the fundamental skills, warm up exercises, rotation of court, overhead pass (volley), different serves, and communicating knowledge to the students.The clinic will be conducted by coaches from the Jamaica VolleyballAssociation.
Intended to enhance the skills of participating P.E. teachers, the clinic is being held in preparation for the MultiCare Inter-Schools Volleyball Competition slated for the 14th & 15th November.It is the second in the MultiCare series of “Train The Trainers” sports clinics for the 2007 – 2008 school year designed to update teachers on competition rules and regulations.
The MultiCare “Train The Trainers” Netball Clinic was successfully staged last week as a prelude to the upcoming MultiCare Inter-Schools Netball Competition to be held on the 20th & 21st November.
The MultiCare Foundation adopts a holistic approach to child development using Sports as a catalyst to replace the culture of violence and to create a culture of peaceful coexistence, tolerance and understanding.
A joint community initiative, the MultiCare Foundation is a reaffirmation of the commitment of its endowing partners Cable & Wireless Jamaica Limited, Caribbean Cement Company Limited and ICD Group Limited to the building of a safe and peaceful nation and to sustainable development.
Contact: Elizabeth Campbell MultiCare Foundation Tel#922-6670-9