The Bahrain Olympic Academy is planning to hold Level 4 of the National Coaching Programme, which aims to qualify national coaches in different sports.
This was announced yesterday by academy director and international instructor Nabeel Taha while uncovering the academy’s plans and programmes for this year during a press conference at Hani Royal Hotel in Seef.
Taha noted that the academy, which is under the Bahrain Olympic Committee (BOC), has made significant development over the past years in terms of providing leading training courses, workshops and seminars for coaches both in Bahrain and other parts of the Gulf.
Other presentations were made by academy members Mahmood Yateem and Ahmed Ali, who gave detailed analysis of what the academy has offered in the past, and the progress to be made this year.
Later, a presentation on the region’s first-ever sports performance laboratory was made by Lounes Madene and Dr Vladimir Suarez Felipe.
Supreme Council for Youth and Sports assistant general secretary and BOC general secretary Abdulrahman Askar thanked the academy for its efforts in the development of its programmes.