From the 11th to the 13th of March 2015, Volleyball Australia conducted a workshop focused on pathways and the FTEM (Fundamentals, Talent, Elite, and Mastery) pathway framework. Volleyball Australia took a giant step forward in collective thinking as the States Executive Directors, National High Performance coaches from beach men's, women's and indoor plus management staff came together to further plan the future of Volleyball within Australia.
An important step along the way is the adoption of the FTEM framework (http://www.ausport.gov.au/ais/pathways). The FTEM framework provides an underlying structure and a reference point to all other facets of our sport. It is also about being cognisant of how we can clearly demonstrate where and in what way each individual fits into the whole pathway whether they are a player, coach, referee, parent or administrator.
Volleyball Queensland is excited to announce the Australian men’s indoor team, the Volleyroos, will kick off their most challenging year ever with two matches against China in Logan in May.
The May 15/16 fixtures will give Queensland volleyball fans a unique chance to see two of the best teams in the world go head-to-head.
Discounted pre-sale tickets are now on sale exclusively to the Australian Volleyball community for the opening round of the International season at Adelaide Arena on 29 May & 30 May 2015 where the Australian Volleyroos Men will take on Italy.
This offer is available until 8.00am 30 March after which tickets will be available at full price to the general public.