Coaching seminar decisions

I’ve got a bit of a conundrum.

Volleyball England is hosting a pair of FIVB coaching technical seminars the first week of June – one on setting, the other on outside hitting/serving. The former will be presented by Sue Gozansky, and the latter by Mark Lebedew. They run over three days, from June 4th to the 6th. The following day will be the annual V.E. Coaches Conference, which I’ve attended the last two years. I’ve had these events marked on my calendar for a while as I think it will be a good opportunity to learn and connect with other coaches.

The other day, though, I found out about another seminar going on at the same time. The Western European Volleyball Zone Association (WEVZA) is hosting a 3-day event June 5th to 7th in Valladolid Spain. It’s featured speakers will be Stelian Moculescu of VFB Friedrichshafen (2015 German men’s champs); Miguel Ángel Falasca of PGE Skra Bełchatów in Poland (Champions League Final Four), and John Kessel of USA Volleyball. I know people who went to this event last year an had good things to say.

Tough decision!

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John Forman
About the Author: John Forman
John currently coaches for an NCAA Division II women's team. This follows a stint as head coach for a women's professional team in Sweden. Prior to that he was the head coach for the University of Exeter Volleyball Club BUCS teams (roughly the UK version of the NCAA) while working toward a PhD. He previously coached in Division I of NCAA Women's Volleyball in the US, with additional experience at the Juniors club level, both coaching and managing, among numerous other volleyball adventures. Learn more on his bio page.

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