I'm a volleyball Pesident in Hary Gwala(Sisonke) District, in this district we want to be registered under Kzn volleyball federation,as we planning to have our local leagues started beginning May 2014, I therefore appeal to u to help us with the necessary requirements so that we have our things recognised at provicial and national level. My cell no. Is 0832393072. Mail [email protected]
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KZN Volleyball takes to the schools
- Updated: February 7, 2012
KZN Volleyball has joined up with the Department of Sport & Recreation KZN to capacitate educators in the 11 municipal districts of the province.
Having completed the Umzinyathi and Ugu districts in 2011, the process commenced early in 2012 and already the Sisonke, Umgungundlovu, Amajuba districts have been included.
The Etekwini Districts commenced with its programme on 3 February and ends on 5 February 5, 2012.
The programme involves teaching educators to coach volleyball at school level. Emphasis has been placed on teaching skills, techniques for teaching, whilst at the same time emphasising the principles of LTPD. The facilitators include FIVB Level 1 & level ┬á2 coaches as well as KZN’s provincial coaches who have already been introduced to the LTPD & LTCD model.
The educators ┬áare also introduced to the rules of the game for beginner level as well as school level. For primary schools emphasis is placed on mini volleyball and the basic skills of movement and co ordination.
Funding from the NLDTF has also enabled the province to commence with its Beach Volleyball Development Programme. The programme commenced with two development programmes on 4 February at the Westbrook and Blythedale Beaches on the KZN North Coast. Over 50 secondary school participants at each venue have been introduced to beach volleyball. It is envisaged that the volleyball associations in Ilembe and Tongaat will continue with these programmes raise awareness of the enjoyment and benefits of playing on the beach.
11-12 February ÔÇô capacity building programme (SSMPP) in Othukela ┬áDistrict.
17-19 February┬á ÔÇô┬áCapacity building workshop, Ilembe District
18 February ÔÇô┬áAdmin Workshop with District officials
25 February ÔÇô KZN Volleyball ┬áInter – Club Championship
Hi there. I've made some inquiries and you can please contact Deva Moodliar (President of KZN VB) on 082 7703960 or [email protected] Thanx for your interest
i am from Vryheid & have passion with Volleyball kindly help me to improve it around my area. i hv coached in @ district in Salga games and once assisted Ali in usasa games under 19 yrs. here are my numbers 073 088 4918