Volleyball Alberta

Description 

Incorporated in 1974, Volleyball Alberta is the official governing body and provides the organizational structure for the sport of Volleyball in the province of Alberta. Volleyball Alberta is involved in every facet of the sport by running programs at all levels both indoors and in the rapidly growing area of Beach Volleyball. We provide all Alberta residents with fair and equal access to participation and personal growth through recreational, competitive, elite, instructional, administrative, coaching and officiating programs.

Mini-Volley (6-8 years) is an introductory program for children between the ages of 6-8 to the sport of volleyball.  This program provides game like activities, ensures that participants stay active and allows them to experience success while focusing on fundamental movement patterns.  This program emphasizes the importance of developing physical literacy in children which allow them to gain the competence and confidence they need to participate in a wide variety of physical activities. 

Atomic-Volleyball (9-12 years) is a curriculum set forth by Volleyball Canada for youth 9-12 years.  This program is aligned with the Long Term Athlete Development Model “Learning to train” stage.  During this stage children begin to convert their fundamental skills into fundamental sport skills. 

Website

http://www.volleyballalberta.ca/

Contact

krath@volleyballalberta.ca