Monday, 22 Jul 2024

Badminton Development in Venezuela

The Venezuela Badminton Federation (FVBAD) recently hosted its first-ever Shuttle Time Teachers Course in Caracas, Venezuela. This course represents a major step forward in promoting badminton within the country’s schools. Led by Mrs. Dhayisbel Torrealba, FVBAD President, and Mr. Luis Montilla, Shuttle Time Venezuela coordinator, the course took place from November 19 to 22 and saw 55 participants successfully complete the program and become certified Shuttle Time Teachers.

Luis Montilla, in an interview with Badminton Pan Am, discussed the objectives of the Venezuela Badminton Federation and their strategies for further developing the sport in the country. He expressed his satisfaction with the progress made so far, emphasizing the importance of concrete actions rather than just ideas.

The course attendees consisted mainly of physical education teachers already familiar with badminton, who can now effectively teach the sport to children thanks to the support of the Venezuela Badminton Federation and the Badminton Pan Am Confederation, who provided them with Shuttle Time Kits.

Montilla highlighted the significance of having a well-established program like Shuttle Time, which has a global presence, to facilitate the implementation of badminton in Venezuela’s schools. He acknowledged the importance of bringing a solid project to Venezuela and building on the existing foundation.

The development of badminton in Venezuela doesn’t stop with the Shuttle Time course. Montilla, in addition to being the national coordinator, also plays a crucial role in the administrative management of the Federation. He expressed his desire to see the Venezuelan badminton community continue to grow and hopes that more individuals will get involved in the future.

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The success of the First Shuttle Time Course in Venezuela was made possible through the support of the Venezuelan Olympic Committee, the National Institute of Sports, and the Ministry of Sports of Venezuela.

Congratulations to Badminton Venezuela for their outstanding efforts in promoting the sport and ensuring its sustainable growth within the country.

Image of course participants

FAQs

Q: What is the purpose of the Shuttle Time Teachers Course in Venezuela?

A: The purpose of the course is to equip physical education teachers with the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively teach badminton to children in Venezuelan schools.

Q: Who supports the development of badminton in Venezuela?

A: The development of badminton in Venezuela is supported by the Venezuelan Olympic Committee, the National Institute of Sports, and the Ministry of Sports of Venezuela.

Summary

In summary, the Venezuela Badminton Federation recently held its first Shuttle Time Teachers Course in Caracas, Venezuela. This course provided physical education teachers with the tools they need to teach badminton to children in Venezuelan schools. Led by FVBAD President Mrs. Dhayisbel Torrealba and Shuttle Time Venezuela coordinator Mr. Luis Montilla, the course was a resounding success, with 55 participants becoming certified Shuttle Time Teachers. The development of badminton in Venezuela is supported by various organizations, including the Venezuelan Olympic Committee and the Ministry of Sports of Venezuela. Congratulations to Badminton Venezuela for their dedication to promoting the sport and ensuring its growth within the country. To learn more, visit Carnegiecentre.com.