International Silver Certification Seminar continues with Bronze Instructor training on Thursday


    United States

    USBC Headquarters in Milwaukee, WI (Feb. 12-16, 2008)

     On the third day of the International Coach/Instructor Training seminar hosted by the United States Bowling Congress at the USBC Headquarters in Milwaukee, Wis., coaches will receive USBC Bronze Instructor training by USBC's Rich Williams, David Garber and Bill Monce (l-r).

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    This certification will allow them to teach Bronze coaching conferences and certify new USBC coaches in their home countries and regions. They will cover learning styles, modern bowling equipment characteristics, physical game, lane play, videotaping students and giving a lesson.

    Friday the coaches will be on the lanes in the USBC Specifications and Certification center getting hands on experience with exclusive new coaching technologies being developed by USBC.

     The training seminar concludes on Saturday with the coaches working with students on the lanes at a local bowling center.

    The conference at USBC Headquarters in suburban Milwaukee is part of USBC's effort to help create an international coach training program and improve the strength of federations within bowling's world governing bodies, the Federation Internationale des Quilleurs (FIQ) and the World Tenpin Bowling Association (WTBA). USBC is the national governing body for bowling in the U.S.


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