Sessions 1 and 2 of the SVA Fast Track Programme, designed to help improve performance standards by focusing on the key role of the setter, have both been well attended and well received. The success of the Fast Track Programme is evident in the support and feedback it receives from players, coaches and clubs, and the clear improvements of all who get involved.
Session 3 is moving to Glenrothes and will focus on the setter in transition. It will look at tactics and timing, and proper ball control.
If you are working as a setter in the Junior National League, or the National League, then you are eligible to participate in these clinics, and they are free to both players and coaching staff. There will be two courts available for male and female players. Some places are also available for outside hitters and middle players so setters can ‘train as they play’.
To sign up for the Fast Track Programme you need to be nominated by your coach. The nominations should be sent to the SVA office through firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0131 556 4633 and we will get back to you with details, and hopefully the offer of a place. The hope is that your coach will attend the sessions with you, to help make the practices work smoothly, to learn about the role of the setter in transition and to engage in the processes of improvement with you.
|Date||Sunday 8th February|
|Venue||Michael Woods Sports & Leisure Centre|
|Theme||Setter in Transition|
|Time||10am – 3pm|