The River Foundation and training for trainers in neighborhood clubs and social organizations

The River Foundation launched this Thursday the sixth edition of the School for Trainers of neighborhood clubs and social organizations, with the aim of training leaders of these structures to contribute to the formation and growth of children. And the guest panel will have Paul Aymarwho will share his experience from football management and training and values ​​of the training categories.

As a speaker he will also be sandra rossimedical specialist in sports medicine and member of the technical staff of River’s professional team, who will speak about the importance of neurocognitive training in different disciplines.

“We believe that the neighborhood club plays a fundamental role in society. The court is a great space for learning and promoting values. What we are looking for, along with BBVA bankis to train those who train, who are often the people of the neighborhood themselves, who make an enormous effort to get boys and girls off the street”, he stated Lucia de la VegaExecutive Director of the River Plate Foundation, in dialogue with Clarion.

Fundación River and BBVA carry out this program together for the second consecutive year. They held a virtual edition in 2021 to which more than 1000 people and another face-to-face in Salta, in which the 120 representatives of clubs in the province.

“For the second year in a row we are accompanying Fundación River, we believe it is extremely important to promote the program to help football clubs manage their finances efficiently and responsibly. At BBVA we understand that financial education is paramount and, in this case, doing so working with sport as a tool for social integration allows us to create new and better opportunities for young people, in the search for a fairer and more inclusive society”, he pointed out. Mary Martha Deleonardisdeputy manager of Responsible Business at BBVA in Argentina.

The River Foundation will also share the panel with representatives of neighborhood clubs in Argentina who will tell first-hand how they achieved social transformation in their communities through sport and will explain the methodology of Soccer and Values ​​that they apply in their little schools.

This training day, to which neighborhood clubs and NGOs that work with sport as a tool for social integration are invited to participate, will take place on Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and those who want to participate can register through the following link:

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