Building the capabilities and capacities of Jordan’s coaches is key to sports development, with the Jordan Olympic Committee launching its first training course of the year this weekend.
The JOC’s National Coaching Certificate Programme (NCCP) is designed to work with sports coaches to improve their levels of performance.
This latest six-day course gets underway on Friday with 20 coaches from a number of sports taking part.
“As part of our new strategic plan, the Jordan Olympic Committee is working closely with our federations to develop the capacities of our coaches through the NCCP programme,” said Narin Hajtass, the programme manager.
“These courses will provide the coaches with a number of skills that can in turn be utilized when they are working with their athletes back in their own sports.
“We have developed a busy schedule of courses throughout the rest of the year and look forward to working with our coaches and federations to improve the performance of our sports together.”
The programme consists of three levels of learning, with each one incorporating 12 subjects covering the full spectrum of coaching.