All set for the USSSA capacity building program 2023-2024

All set for the USSSA capacity building program 2023-2024

By Emmanuel Sekago
Uganda Secondary Schools Sports Associations (USSSA) has earmarked December 2023 and January 2024 for capacity-building workshops of four  different venues across the country.
The body that’s mandated to oversee Secondary schools sports has set December 3rd to 9th 2023 for the districts of  Kampala, Jinja, Fort Portal and Lira, and  December 10th to 16th 2023 for Kampala, Mbale, Mbarara and Arua.
While, January, 7th to 13th 2024 will be for Kampala, Soroti and Hoima: 7th – 13th and January 14th to 20th 2024 for Kampala, Entebbe and Gulu, the Beneficiaries are secondary and primary school teachers and students that will be taken through refereeing/umpiring, coaching, and media officer courses.
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This December 2023 and January 2024, USSSA’s Capacity Building Program will offer  a wide array of training courses across various sports disciplines, ensuring that participants can enhance their skills, knowledge, and passion in their chosen field. Courses include Football, Netball, Volleyball, Athletics, Basketball, Handball, and Racket Games (Table Tennis, Badminton, Tennis). Additionally, a special course in Media is available for those interested in sports journalism and broadcasting.
This  upcoming Capacity Building Program is designed to empower students, pupils, teachers, and sports enthusiasts across Uganda. The primary goal of this initiative is to prepare the 2023 candidates from P7, S4, and S6 for a brighter future in the world of sports. USSSA’s commitment to nurturing talent and fostering excellence in school sports is at the heart of this program.
USSSA Capacity Building Program registration for interested participants is ongoing and November 24th 2023 has been set as  the registration deadline.
According to communication from the Chief Executive officer, For nonresidents, the course fee is UGX 98,000, while residents register for  UGX 150,000 with each class limited to 40 participants.

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