Friday, 14 Jun 2024

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Venezuela Badminton Federation (FVBAD) recently conducted its inaugural Shuttle Time Teachers Course in Caracas, Venezuela. This course marked the beginning of the Shuttle Time program, which aims to introduce badminton in schools throughout Venezuela.

Mrs. Dhayisbel Torrealba, President of FVBAD, and Mr. Luis Montilla, the Shuttle Time Venezuela coordinator, led the course from November 19 to 22. The course consisted of theoretical and practical sessions, and 55 participants successfully completed the evaluations, becoming certified Shuttle Time Teachers in Venezuela.

Luis Montilla spoke with Badminton Pan Am about FVBAD’s objectives and their plans for the future of badminton in Venezuela. He expressed the federation’s excitement in expanding the sport’s development by organizing courses in different states and localities.

The majority of participants in the course were physical education teachers working in schools or school clubs. They were already familiar with the sport, and the course equipped them with the necessary tools to teach badminton to children. This initiative was made possible thanks to the support of Venezuela Badminton Federation and Badminton Pan Am Confederation, who provided Shuttle Time Kits for the course.

Montilla emphasized the importance of having a well-structured program like Shuttle Time to introduce a sport in Venezuela. He highlighted the advantage of building upon an existing worldwide program and expressed optimism about its potential to reach schools across the country.

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The growth of badminton in Venezuela does not stop here. Montilla, in addition to being the national coordinator for Shuttle Time, is also responsible for the administrative management of the federation. He hopes to see Venezuelan badminton continue to flourish and aims to involve more individuals in the program to expand the team.

The successful implementation of the First Shuttle Time Course in Venezuela was made possible with 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 efforts in promoting and developing the sport in the country! Join us in celebrating this milestone and stay tuned for more exciting updates from the world of badminton.

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FAQs

Q: What was the objective of the Shuttle Time Teachers Course in Venezuela?

A: The objective of the Shuttle Time Teachers Course in Venezuela was to introduce badminton as a sport in schools and equip physical education teachers with the necessary knowledge and tools to teach it effectively.

Q: Who organized and supported the First Shuttle Time Course in Venezuela?

A: The First Shuttle Time Course in Venezuela was organized by the Venezuela Badminton Federation (FVBAD) with the support of the Venezuelan Olympic Committee, the National Institute of Sports, and the Ministry of Sports of Venezuela.

Q: Who were the participants of the Shuttle Time Teachers Course in Venezuela?

A: The majority of participants in the Shuttle Time Teachers Course in Venezuela were physical education teachers who work in schools or school clubs. They already had knowledge of the sport and were enthusiastic about learning how to teach it to children.

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Summary

The Venezuela Badminton Federation (FVBAD) conducted its first Shuttle Time Teachers Course to introduce badminton in schools across the country. Led by FVBAD President, Mrs. Dhayisbel Torrealba, and Shuttle Time Venezuela coordinator, Mr. Luis Montilla, the course successfully trained 55 participants who are now certified Shuttle Time Teachers in Venezuela.

The course aimed to provide physical education teachers with the necessary tools to teach badminton to children. Thanks to the support of Badminton Pan Am Confederation, the participants received Shuttle Time Kits to aid in their teaching. FVBAD plans to expand the program across different states and localities in Venezuela.

The success of the First Shuttle Time Course in Venezuela was made possible by the collaboration of the Venezuelan Olympic Committee, the National Institute of Sports, and the Ministry of Sports of Venezuela. With their continued efforts, badminton in Venezuela is set to grow and flourish.

To learn more about the development of badminton in Venezuela and stay updated on future initiatives, visit the official website of the Venezuela Badminton Federation (FVBAD) at www.fvbad.com.