THE FIRST EVER CAVB NATIONAL VOLLEYBALL REFEREEES COURSE ENDS IN DAR
The first ever national volleyball referees course organized by the Confederation of African Volleyball CAVB ended yesterday at the Filbert Bayi school hall Kibaha with ten women and twenty nine men decorated as national referees.
The course organized by CAVB was conducted by the FIVB International Instructor Solomon Bekele from Ethiopia who called those who passed the course to work effectively with TAVA so that they meet the TAVA 2017 vision of getting at least 5 International Referees.
TAVA which has recently celebrated its 40 years since its inception May 1972 has no single International Referee to date. This is a milestone to volleyball as far as the history is concerned. This was a remark by the instructor of the course Solomon Bekele.
The course attended by a record number of 44 participants mostly primary and secondary school sports teachers was officially opened by the Director of Primary School education from Prime Minister’s office promised to support TAVA in its Endeavour of volleyball development and promotion in the country.
The week long course was officially closed by a member of National Sports Council Jamal Rwambo on behalf of the Chairman of NSC Dioniz Malinzi.
The Chief Guest asked TAVA to make as many As possible competitions which will make these referees work effectively.
In its remarks the President of TAVA Augostino Agapa called upon the participants to work effectivel ly for the benefit of TAVA