Trinidad & Tobago coaches benefit from youth sport development program
The URL has been copied
The URL has been copied
T&T training
Sixty five participants from Trinidad and Tobago took part in a sport for-youth development program facilitated by 10 staff members of the GC Foster College of Physical Education and Sport that ended yesterday.

The program included individuals from the National Association of Athletics Administrations of Trinidad and Tobago, the University of the West Indies, and the Ministry of Education.

The program was set to train coaches/sports practitioners within the education system at the early childhood, primary and secondary levels.

The Sport and Community Development Minister Shamfa Cudjoe, in a statement, urged the participants to actively share their newfound knowledge following the training period.

Cudjoe added that the training program is the first phase in an enduring collaboration and longstanding partnership aimed at nurturing sporting excellence. This would be done by facilitating the exchange of knowledge among the youth in the nation.

Source & main image: Loop News


Operating Team


Trinidad & Tobago
Latin America and the Caribbean
All sports
Sustainable Development Goals
Does not apply
Target Group

Related Articles

The image features five people standing in a line with a black background.  The people in the image smiling after playing Netball  There are two logos on the image; World Netball Foundation and Maitrayana. There is also wording below the two logos which says "Creating a Better World Through Netball"

Indian Girls Empowered by New Partnership between World Netball Foundation and Maitrayana Charity Foundation

Monica Golding
The URL has been copied
young PlayLA athletes pose

PlayLA Continues to Inspire with Spring Adaptive Sport Programs

Howard Brodwin
The URL has been copied
A team wearing green football jerseys and white shirts are lined up in two rows gesturing in triumph with fans in stands in the background.

Special Olympics European Football Week 2024: Celebrating the Beautiful Game for All

Aoife O'Grady
The URL has been copied
The FIVB Volleyball Foundation: Serving The World Through Volleyball!

Launch of FIVB Volleyball Foundation Aims to Serve The World Through Volleyball

Nick Dawes
The URL has been copied