The latest graduates from the Qusai Initiative and the National Certification Programme, which are both administered by the Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC), were congratulated in person by HRH Prince Feisal Al Hussein, JOC President, on Monday evening.
The ceremony was held at Generations For Peace in Al Hussein Youth City in the presence of the JOC secretary general, Nasser Majali; Dr. Tamam Manko, executive director of the Crown Prince Foundation who created the Qusai Initiative; and Dr. Muhanned Arabiyat, President of Generations for Peace.
In cooperation with the Crown Prince Foundation last year, the JOC organised several training sessions for the Qusai Initiative, which aims to improve medical support for the sports industry in Jordan.
A total of 33 sports therapists were awarded their certificates by HRH Prince Feisal.
The National Certification Programme was launched by the JOC in 2008 in cooperation with the Canadian Federation of Trainers in order to raise the quality of national coaches.
The programme provides advanced levels of education in modern training techniques by local lecturers who have previously qualified through the programme. During the past year, 28 trainers have graduated through the four levels, and they too were congratulated by His Royal Highness.