The Tchoukball Federation or the FITB conducts annual seminars to promote the game in different countries of the world. These tchoukball seminars are usually held in Asia, Europe, and America. They are prestigious events attended by the delegates and FITB officials. They help educate the locals as well as the delegates from different countries. The representatives and officials from the Pan American countries such as Argentina, Mexico, Brazil, Uruguay, Colombia and other nations will attend the seminar. The president of the Tchoukball Association or FITB will also attend it. The seminar is not just about giving presentations; there are many indoor and outdoor activities too.
Date and venue
This year, the Pan American Seminar will take place in Mexico under the supervision of FITB. The event is held from 25th July 2016 to 26th July 2016. The venue for the championships is Morelos, Mexico. It is a two-day event.
The purpose of the seminar
The main aim of the Pan American Seminar is to teach the rules and regulations of tchoukball to delegates from the Pan American countries. Just like all other seminars, the Pan American Seminar will start with a brief history of the game. It will teach delegates the strategies, tactics, and advantages of tchoukball. The purpose is to make sure that the delegates who have arrived from different countries properly understand the game and its benefits and introduce the game in their respective countries. The sole purpose of the Pan American Seminar 2016 is to make the game popular among these countries.
Another advantage of this event is that it will be helpful for the locals as well. The locals can participate in the event and learn about the game. Once the seminar starts, it attracts people from the neighboring countries too.
The Pan American Seminar also draws students from different schools and colleges in the Pan American region. A lot of colleges register for the seminar before the event. This year as well, there are many countries which will send delegates to the Pan American Seminar 2016.