WPV International referee course in Poland May 11th to 17th 2015

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World ParaVolley are welcoming individuals to attend in the World ParaVolley International Referee course in Elblag, Poland.

This course will run for 5 days, from the 12th of May til the 16th of May 2015.

Additional information can be found here (the two attached files)

Interested officials should contact their state association with an expression of interest.

Setting up for success

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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.

Volleyroos heading to Queensland

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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.

The VA Board has adopted the Selection Policy to guide all selection decisions related to the Senior Beach Volleyball Teams in 2015 and 2016.    Please take note of the policy below, and if you have any questions please contact the High Performance Director, John Boultbee.
 
Selection policy for Junior Beach Volleyball, and Senior and Junior Indoor Volleyball will be published shortly.

Beach Volleyroos Selection Policy 2015

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In December 2013 the Australian Sports Commission released the ‘Australian Winning Edge’ (AWE) high performance strategy. The AWE Strategy sets the following targets for Australia:

  • top five nation at the Olympics and Paralympics;
  • top 15 at the winter Olympics and Paralympics;
  • number one at the Commonwealth Games; and
  • more than twenty world champions per annum.

The investment model that supports the AWE strategy requires National Sporting Organisations (NSO’s) to prioritise resources to athletes who have been identified by their sport as contributing to AWE performance targets.


Volleyball Australia therefore select a Beach Volleyroos squad annually to formally recognise teams who, through domestic and international performances, demonstrate an ability to perform at the required level to contribute to Volleyball Australia's Winning Edge strategy with the ultimate goal of delivering sustained podium performances on the FIVB World Tour and Olympic Games in Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020.


The Junior Beach Volleyroos squad will recognise athletes and teams that have the potential to perform at the required level of the Beach Volleyroos in the future inclusive of the FIVB World Tour and the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020 and the 2024 Olympic Games. These athletes and teams will have a decentralised daily training environment (DTE) managed by VA’s Beach Volleyball Pathways Manager and the DTE coach with national objectives in mind.

Note: Please read the Selection Policy and ensure if you complete and submit an application form that all details are correct.

 

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