Fifteen youth korfball coaches from ten countries have gained places on the 2016 IKF Level III Youth Coach Camp.
Five places remain open, with a second round for applicants closing on 25 July.
Peter Busik (Slovakia)
Luis Rosa CCatalonia)
Xavi Vidal (Catalonia)
Johan Oosterling (The Netherlands)
Tamara Siemieniuk (Poland)
Kevin Robson (Belgium)
Jakub Massa (Czech Republic)
William N. Teunga (Cameroun)
Edouard Ngayap (Cameroun)
Laxman Gautam (Nepal)
Vinicius Gama (Brazil)
Guillem Castanyer (Rep. Dominicana)
Leandro Tavares (Brazil)
Edwin Cespedes (Rep. Dominicana)
Laudys Jerusi Zapata (Rep. Dominicana)
From Monday 22 to Friday 27 August 2016, in Dordrecht, The Netherlands, the coaches from Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas will come together to improve their skills under a group of elite Dutch korfball coaches. Developing korfball countries Brazil, Nepal, Dominican Republic and Cameroon will all be represented on the camp.
Sponsored by KNKV, the camp will follow a similar format to its successful first edition in 2015. Entrance fee of €100 includes six nights accommodation and meals.
Participants require the endorsement of their national korfball organisation, testifying their coaching experience, and are expected to be fluent in English. Course applicants from outside Europe are entitled to apply for continental scholarships to the value of €400 towards travel costs, plus €50 towards the course entrance fee.
Candidates for the remaining places are invited to apply, via their national korfball organisation, with applications to firstname.lastname@example.org