OLYMPIC SOLIDARITY HOCKEY COACHING COURSES
1. National Associations can apply via their national Olympic Committee for a grant to organise an Olympic Solidarity Course. Please see the details under Olympic solidarity part.
2. Olympic Solidarity requires that the conductor(s), called 'experts' for such courses are appointed by the FIH. The FIH Development and Coaching Committee is responsible for the appointment of one or two competent conductor(s) form the list of accredited FIH Coaches. In it’s appointment policy for conductors, the FIH Development and Coaching Committee allows for several specific aspects of the individual Olympic Solidarity Courses
3. Olympic Solidarity informs the FIH of all grants awarded to National Associations
4. Olympic Solidarity basically only awards grants for courses at national level(?)
5. Having obtained a grant from Olympic Solidarity to organise a course, National Associations are urgently requested to send copies of all information received from Olympic Solidarity to the FIH. This will enable the FIH to give all possible support to the National Association and appoint, in due time, competent conductor(s) and to establish the contact between the conductor(s) and the National Association in order to obtain an optimal organisation of the course.
6. After completion of the course report (in a standard format) should be sent to the FIH, which will then be forwarded to Olympic Solidarity.
7. The FIH strongly encourages all National Associations to organise Olympic Solidarity Courses. These courses have proven to be an important promotion for hockey and have made a very positive contribution to its development in the countries concerned. The FIH is pleased to give all possible assistance to National Associations
The FIH formalises an Annual Report for Olympic Solidarity about all Hockey Courses held with Olympic Solidarity’s support.
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