CSED Seminar for Games Masters and Mistresses Holds in Warri

By Anthony Obaseki, Warri on May 6, 2019

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CSED (Community Sport and Educational Development) has concluded its two-day training seminar for primary schools Games Masters and Mistresses in Warri (Delta State). The free event which was held at the premises of Hussey College was attended by 25 teachers from Warri. The resource persons were coaches Edema Fuludu, Dan Evumena, Bob Tosan Blankson and Atare Azigbo.

The Game Masters and Mistresses were taught how to organise practice sessions for their students, match preparation, team tactics and how to identify and nurture the talents of students. On the second day of the seminar, the attendees were shown how to put classroom learning into practice in the football field.

The highlight of the event was the safeguarding session handled by Mr Clara Ukulu (social worker). The session stressed that the safety of students and athletes is expected to be prioritised in the classroom and in the sports fields.

Most of the attendees were thrilled with the knowledge that they have gained from attending the seminar.

The event in Warri was the third that CSED has organised for Games Masters and Mistresses. The poor turnout of attendees was attributed to the mix-up in the date of the event.

CSED has now trained 135 Games Masters and Mistresses in football. In the past one week, Edema Fuludu (CSED National Coordinator) has received telephone calls from some coaches and interested persons to come and hold football coaching seminars for Games Masters and Mistresses in their states. In the coming months, CSED intends to extend the free training programmes to other states in the Niger Delta area.

•Photo shows participants at the CSED training programme in Warri

Source Daily Sports

Posted May 6, 2019


 

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