In cooperation with the American Embassy in Amman, Faculty of Physical Education organizes a training course in basketball
Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Ziad Al-Saad, opened a training course for students in basketball sport, organized by the American Embassy in Amman in cooperation with the Faculty of Physical Education, in the presence of Deputy Cultural Attaché at the US Embassy.
Al Saad appreciated this active initiative from the US Embassy which will rehabilitate the students of the Faculty of Physical Education and develop their abilities in basketball sport, which will positively reflect on the development of their practical skills as well as the theory in this sport, pointing to the depth of the academic and scientific cooperation relations between Yarmouk and various institutions of higher education America.
Al Saad stressed the support of the University's permanent administration to the Faculty of Physical Education, in recognition of the excellence of this faculty and the distinguished level of its graduates, which made it one of the most attractive faculties for Arab students wishing to complete their studies in sports. He praised the role played by faculty members in qualifying students and providing them with various Experiences and knowledge that enable them to join the local and Arab labor market efficiently and efficiently.
The Dean of the College of Physical Education, Dr. Ali Al-Diri, explained that this course, which is attended by about 30 students, aims to develop the basic skills and skills of students in basketball. The training of the students is supervised by Neil Mayer and Sue Wicks, American Basketball Association, which is the most professional federation of the basketball game in America.
For her part, Ezer said that the organization of this session came out of the US Embassy's keenness to promote sports culture in Jordanian society, pointing out that Yarmouk University represented by the Faculty of Physical Education is the best partner of the embassy in this direction, given its distinguished scientific competencies and creative youth energies. .
The opening of the course was attended by a number of faculty members, Hanan Ghnoum, cultural affairs assistant at the embassy, and a group of college students.