VRC Badminton Group Coaching (7 to 20 years old) In Petaling Jaya

Description

Group Coaching

  • There will be a minimum of 4 to a maximum of 8 trainees in a court which will be coached by a single coach.  Advantage of “Group Coaching” is that it allows trainees to interact among each other and is suitable for those seeking to improve their games for social badminton sessions.
  • There are 4 sessions of training each month + 4 sessions of physical class (stamina build up, endurance etc.)
  • Training starts on 4 to 6pm every Saturday

Details of Coaches 

      Mr Yeoh Cheng Ho

  • Head Coach for VRC Badminton Training Centre
  • Perak Representative (1989 - 1995)
  • 10 Years Coaching Experience
  • Presently UCSI International School Head Coach
  • Presently SMK USCI, Subang Jaya Head Coach
  • Presently Sri Emas International School Head Coach
  • Presently Internatioanal School of KL Boy's Varsity & Junior Varsity Badminton Coach

      Mr. Chow Pak Chuu

  • Malaysia National Representative
  • Lee Chong Wei Cup - Champion
  • Holland Dutch Junior Under 19 - Runner Up
  • Pahang Open Under 21 - Champion
  • Vietnam Open Challenger - Runner Up
  • MIC Cup - Champion
  • Age requirement: 7 to 20 years old
  • Total students: 4 to 8 trainees
  • Number of lessons: 4 lesson(s) for each month

Fees Information

Price: RM 150 per month

Fee Includes

Terms:

  • Full fee has to be paid before the commencement of training each month.
  • Pro-rated fees will be applied to new trainees who joined during the month after the commencement of first class.
  • There are replacement classes for students who cannot join the specific class registered. Trainees must inform the coaches 2 days in advance.
  • Trainees have to pay the full fees every month not withstanding whether the trainees are absent.
  • In the event that the trainee cannot attend the month's training due to exams or other commitment, he or she has to inform the coaches, and need not pay that month's training fees. Full fees have to be paid if trainees failed to inform coaches.