What is VCCE?
Volleyball Canada is pleased to announce the Centre of Excellence in Mississauga. This program will be run in partnership with the Pakmen Volleyball Club, one of only three OVA accredited Clubs in Ontario.
The VCCE program is designed specifically to prepare athletes who are committed to the sport of volleyball and preparing to pursue their volleyball career. Being a part of this program will give you the opportunity to train and excel in the sport of volleyball, with the focus of developing your skills and to prepare you for university/college/national team level. Assisting with this process of development will be our coaching staff full of NCCP certified coaches.
VCCE will target the Train to Train (Stream 1-Grade 8-9) and Learn to Compete (Stream 2 & 3 — Grade 10-12) stages of athlete development.
Train to Train (Stream 1) – Develops physical capacities and volleyball skills. Coaches will focus on developing technical skill with each athlete, teaching proper motor patterns to enhance performance of each skill.
Learn to Compete (Stream 2 & 3) – Consolidates volleyball skills and develops fitness. The coaches will be putting athletes in high intensity drills that are relative to competition, preparing athletes for Provincial and National tournaments.
Dustin Reid and Matt Harris will lead the Sunday VCCE Session.
Dustin Reid is a former professional and national team player that is currently the head coach for Ryerson women’s volleyball team. Dustin has led Ryerson women’s to their most successful seasons in school history.
Matt Harris is currently the head coach of the Ryerson men’s volleyball team. Matt also has a lot of experience coaching, this past summer he coached Team Ontario boys to a gold medal at the NTCC Championships.
Pakmen is very pleased to have both Dustin Reid and Matt Harris as a part of the VCCE coaching staff.
Starts: Sunday October 4th, 2015
Ends: Sunday May 29th, 2016
*28 Sundays in Total
$500 for 28 sessions
6325 Montevideo Rd.