The coaching course participants pose with FIH President Leandro Negre, Tayyab Ikram and Hockey India's Dr. Narinder Batra
The coaching course participants pose with FIH President Leandro Negre, Tayyab Ikram and Hockey India's Dr. Narinder Batra
(Photo: Hockey India)
New Delhi, 22 February 2013: The seven-day FIH-Hockey India High Performance Coaching Course concluded today at New Delhi. Total 27 coaches from across the country participated in the second part of this programme being run by International Hockey Federation (FIH) and Hockey India.
FIH Master Coach Mr. Tayyab Ikram and FIH Grade 1 Coach Siegfried Aikman conducted this course from 16 to 22 February 2013.
At the conclusion of the course Mr. Tayyab Ikram said that it was a considerable progress made by Indian coaches and he is confident that coaches would be able to practice High performance information in their practical environments.
Hockey India Secretary General Dr. Narinder Batra thanked International Hockey Federation (FIH) for conducting the second edition of this course in India. “This course will really help our coaches to enhance their coaching skills and understand new developments in international level of coaching. I am sure that they will bring all these learnings into practice when they return to coaching players and teams” said Dr. Batra.
He further added that this programme will continue under the supervision of FIH for coming three years to complete its first phase.
In the week-long coaching course 27 participants were able to analyse the matches of Hero Hockey World League Round 2 in New Delhi. Former internationals including Baljeet Saini (Coach, Jr National Men’s Hockey Team and Ranchi Rhinos), BJ Kariappa, Dr AK Bansal (Coach, Delhi Waveriders HHIL Team), and Sandeep Sangwan were also among the participants.

New Delhi, 22 February 2013: The seven-day FIH-Hockey India High Performance Coaching Course concluded today at New Delhi. Total 27 coaches from across the country participated in the second part of this programme being run by International Hockey Federation (FIH) and Hockey India.

FIH Master Coach Mr. Tayyab Ikram and FIH Grade 1 Coach Siegfried Aikman conducted this course from 16 to 22 February 2013.
At the conclusion of the course Mr. Tayyab Ikram said that it was a considerable progress made by Indian coaches and he is confident that coaches would be able to practice High performance information in their practical environments.

Hockey India Secretary General Dr. Narinder Batra thanked International Hockey Federation (FIH) for conducting the second edition of this course in India. “This course will really help our coaches to enhance their coaching skills and understand new developments in international level of coaching. I am sure that they will bring all these learnings into practice when they return to coaching players and teams” said Dr. Batra.

He further added that this programme will continue under the supervision of FIH for coming three years to complete its first phase.

In the week-long coaching course 27 participants were able to analyse the matches of Hero Hockey World League Round 2 in New Delhi. Former internationals including Baljeet Saini (Coach, Jr National Men’s Hockey Team and Ranchi Rhinos), BJ Kariappa, Dr AK Bansal (Coach, Delhi Waveriders HHIL Team), and Sandeep Sangwan were also among the participants.