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FIH Coaching Course to be held in Amstelveen
10 Mar 2003 13:14
 

An FIH international final coaching seminar will run from 12 - 19 August 2003, during the Men’s Champions Trophy held in Amstelveen, the Netherlands.

This is a final seminar, which means that participants can earn appointment as an FIH Coach and FIH Coach Grade I, in either or both high performance and development coaching. If a participant is already an FIH Coach, there is the opportunity to upgrade to FIH Coach Grade I. In this seminar only knowledgeable and experienced hockey coaches will be accepted as participants.

This seminar will be conducted by Roelant Oltmans as Head Conductor (Netherlands, FIH Master Coach, Coach of the gold winning Netherlands men’s team at 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games and 1998 Utrecht World Cup) and Horst Wein (Spain and Germany, FIH Master Coach, former medal winning National Coach of Spain, internationally renowned specialist in development coaching. Jim Irvine (Australia, FIH Coach Grade I, assistant coach of the bronze medal winning Australian men’s team at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, presently Head coach of Amsterdam Hockey Club) will also be a course conductor. Tayyab Ikram, FIH Coaching Manager and FIH Coach Grade 1, will be the director of this final seminar.

Application to participate is now open. All persons wishing to participate, and who meet the requirements mentioned above, can apply for participation. Application forms and full details of the course are available in the Coaching section of the website (here)



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