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Starting the first activity of 2011, RDC Jakarta held an IAAF Level I Lecturers Course which was held from 27th April to 2 May 2011. Course attended by 15 participants of: Bhutan (1); Bangladesh (1); Indonesia (3); Cambodia (1); Malaysia (1); Maldives (1); Myanmar (1); Pakistan (1); Philippines (1); Singapore (2); Sri Lanka (1), and Thailand (1).

The course began on April 27, 2011 which was officially opened by Mr. Chaidir, as Vice President of the Indonesia Athletics Federation, and the Lecturers of the course: Mr. Abdel Malek El Hebil (Marocco) and Mr. Ria Lumintuarso (Indonesia). 

One of the topics provided in this course was the Kids' Athletics and the participants did practical to organize the Kids’ Athletics Competition at an elementary school in Jakarta, Elementary School of  Gunung 05 Pagi (Mexico). 

To pass as an IAAF Level I Lecturer  , each participant had to follow the 3 kinds of assessment, namely: 1) Presentation of theory (15'); 2) Teaching Practice (15'); and 3) Theory Exam (60’). In these course the 5 participants were passed as IAAF Level I Lecturers and 10 others were expressed as Kids’ Athletics Instructors.

Furthermore, Mr. Malek El Hebil as Course Director seriously requested the participants, upon returning to their respective countries, to immediately hold activities of IAAF Level I Course  and Kids’ Athletics Competition actively. Report the results to IAAF.

On May 2,  2011 the  Course was officially closed by Mr . Chaidir as Vice President of Athletics Federations of Indonesia.

The camp was divided into two sessions. Morning sessions was theoretical for coaches while afternoon sessions was coaching practice.

Topics being presented during the camp included training during competition period, load and recovery, nutrition, load management (from technique to performance), and question and answer.

 Simultaneously, a training camp for middle distance events was also organized with the presence of Wilson Kipketer who holds the 800meter world record and is the Youth Olympic Games Ambassador.

Kipketer gave a presentation on his training experiences while being an athlete and offered solutions on how to develop young athletes.

He also gave coaching clinic to young Singaporean athletes on Aug. 13, 2010.

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