The World Aquatics together with the Aquatic Sports Association of Malta organised a highly successful Waterpolo Development Course for technical officials in Malta last week.
Hosted at the IPES University of Malta, the course witnessed an enthusiastic turnout, with participants hailing the event as an essential milestone for the development of waterpolo referees.
The event’s success can be attributed to the expertise and engaging teaching style of Massimiliano Caputi, who conducted the course.
Caputi’s vast knowledge and his ability to inspire and educate the participants left a lasting impression on all attendees.
The primary objective of the World Aquatics Waterpolo Development Course was to expand the pool of qualified waterpolo referees and elevate the competency of existing officials.
The course was designed to equip technical officials with the latest rules, regulations, and techniques in waterpolo officiating, thereby raising the overall standard of the sport in Malta.
The course covered a wide range of topics, including the latest waterpolo rules, match management, video analysis, and effective communication for referees.
Participants gained insights into the nuances of the sport and improved their decision-making skills on the field.
Caputi provided practical training sessions that allowed participants to apply their knowledge in real-game scenarios. This hands-on experience was invaluable in enhancing their officiating skills.
The course provided a platform for technical officials to connect, share experiences, and learn from one another. It facilitated a collaborative atmosphere that will benefit the waterpolo community in Malta in the long run.
In a statement, Caputi expressed his satisfaction with the course’s outcome.
“I am thrilled to see the dedication and enthusiasm of the participants,” he said.
“This course has taken us one step closer to achieving our goal of creating a strong, well-qualified team of waterpolo referees in Malta.
“It also underscores ASA’s dedication to improve the standard of referees in the sport and nurturing local talent.”
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