The President of the Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC), HRH Prince Feisal Al Hussein, has honoured the recent graduates of both the National Certificate Coaching Programme (NCCP) and Qusai Initiative in a ceremony held at the Generations for Peace Theater.
The ceremony was attended by Dr. Sari Hamdan, JOC Vice President; Nasser Majali, JOC Secretary General; Dr. Tamam Minko, CEO of the Crown Prince Foundation; and Dr Muhanad Arabyiat, President of Generations For Peace.
Majali outlined the importance of both initiatives in moving the sports movement forward by providing the best conditions and support possible for the Kingdom’s athletes.
This is a key part of the JOC strategy.
“HRH Prince Feisal provided us with clear directives to improve sport in Jordan, in particular the wellbeing of our athletes,” said Majali.
“It is vital for the JOC to play its role in improving the performance of all those who are working in the sports industry.
These two projects are central to delivering on that strategy.”
The JOC has worked closely with the Crown Prince Foundation on the Qusai Initiative which trains and better equips physiotherapists, and 33 were honoured after completing the latest course.
A further 60 coaches were honoured by The Prince for coming through the latest NCCP programme, which was launched in 2008 to improve the skills of Jordan’s national coaches.