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JOC’s National Coaching Certification Programme course bearing fruit

Jordan Olympic Committee

By JT - May 17,2017 - Last updated at May 17,2017

AMMAN — As 18 more coaches on Wednesday began their bids to become Level Two certified through the Jordan Olympic Committee’s National Coaching Certification Programme (NCCP), news from Baku can give them all confidence that they are on the right course, according to the Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC )News Service.

Jordan secured medals at the 4th Islamic Solidarity Games and the coaches of those successful are all Level Three NCCP qualified. It is reassuring news for the JOC who are investing heavily in time and resources to ensure that our athletes are nurtured by coaches equipped with the most up to date training techniques.

“Baku is proof that the NCCP course can help to make a difference in the way we are developing our athletes,” said Narin Hajtass, who co-ordinates the NCCP course at the JOC. “Coach Ali Al Nawaiseh [swimming] is a Level Three coach and also one of our facilitators for NCCP while both Shadi Najjar and Ibrahim Abu Aledam [karate] have come through Level Three.

These coaches, and many others, are tremendous ambassadors for the course and hopefully those that we are currently working with will also go on to train Jordanian Olympians and Champions.” Level two will include more advanced techniques along with a key module, titled ‘‘Make an Ethical Decision’’.

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