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Deadline extension for BWF/BEC Coach Education Level 1 course
Date: 7/21/2021 1:37 PM
Published by : Sara Gonzalez Martinez (BEC)
Deadline to register participants for the BWF/BEC Coach Education Level 1 course has been extended.

The BWF/BEC Level 1 Tutor’s Course will be hosted in Caldas de Rainha, Portugal from 13th to 16th September 2021 in close cooperation with the Portuguese Badminton Association. The course is also opened to coaches who work with Para-badminton players. 

Services provided and entry fee
Badminton Europe will cover the following (for up to 2 participants from each Member Association):
  • 4 nights accommodation in a twin room including breakfast.
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner on site from the 13th-16th June (dinner 16th June not included). 
To provide these services in the best way possible, the participants or the Member must cover an entry fee of 300€ per participant.

Travel costs for the participants will not be covered by Badminton Europe. These costs must be covered by Member Associations or participants.

All applications of the candidates have to be submitted by their National Federations via the online link:

Be aware that participant’s CV in English will have to be attached within the online registration.

The deadline to fulfil this information has been extended and is now Tuesday 27 July 2021.

Badminton Europe will review the applications and sport CV and will confirm to the Member Associations their participation.

Please do not make any travel arrangements before receiving confirmation from Badminton Europe.
Additional details about the venue and other arrangements will be communicated closer to the course.

For further information, please contact Mari Carmen Casermeiro, Development and High-Performance Officer at
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