HRH Prince Feisal bin Al Hussein, Chairman of the Jordanian Olympic Committee, attended the ceremony of the graduates of Qusai Initiative, A Crown Prince Foundation Initiative and the National Program for the Training of Trainers, which is supervised by Jordan Olympic Committee.
The ceremony was held at the Generations of Peace Theatre in Al-Hussein Sports City in the presence of Dr. Sari Hamdan, Vice Chairman of the Committee, Nasser Al Majali, Secretary General of the Jordanian Olympic Committee, Dr. Tamam Mango, CEO of the Crown Prince Foundation and Dr. Muhannad Al-Arabiyat, President of Generations for Peace.
Nasser Al-Majali, General Secretary of the Jordan Olympic Committee, expressed the eagerness of the Committee to improve the efficiency and skills of both trainers and athletes, and to consider them as part of the Jordanian sports system.
In partnership with the Crown Prince Foundation during the past year, Jordan Olympic Committee held several training courses within the Qusai Initiative, aimed at developing the performance of athletes and those working in the field of playground injuries, upgrading sports medicine programs and enabling them to reach the highest grades knowledge in this field, where 32 sports therapists were graduated within this Initiative.
The graduates expressed how the courses they underwent contributed to raising the level of professionalism and skill, keeping abreast of the latest findings of the science of therapy and sports Training.
After the ceremony, HRH Prince Feisal bin Al Hussein distributed certificates to graduates wishing them more progress and success in serving Jordanian sports.