Affected by accusations of administrative incompetence, athletes and officials of the badminton team are now better equipped to grapple with such challenges after their coach, Sharmeel Ali, successfully completed three months of diligent studies at the Semmelweis University, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Budapest Hungary where he acquired a Diploma in sports science.
The ICC is designed to train and educate coaches from around the World with a programme structure that attempts to promote and develop excellence in coaching. The course provides coaches with a systematic way to improve their knowledge and skills in the theoretical, technical and practical aspects of coaching.
The first International Coaching Course in Budapest was held in 1971. Since the establishment of the Course, over 1,700 participants from more than 85 countries and all continents of the world received their education and certificate at that University. As a result of the long-time activity in the international coach education the Course management has developed cooperation with governmental and non-governmental institutions all over the world, which corresponded with the objectives of the course.