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The 3rd DCO Assistant Training Course successfully concluded

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The 3rd DCO Assistant Training Course successfully concluded
The 3rd DCO Assistant Training Course concluded its works yesterday; Wednesday, 30th November 2016, in Prince Faisal bin Fahad Olympic Complex in Riyadh. The course was organized by the SAADC over two days in the Conference Hall of the Prince Faisal bin Fahad Olympic Complex in Riyadh. 32 trainees participated in the course in the presence of Dr. Mohammed Saleh Alkonbaz; SAADC’s Chairman, and members of the SAADC-affiliated DCO Sub-Committee.
The trainees  received a number of lectures during the period of the course which ended up by written and practical tests through which all the instructions of lecturers were applied.
On his part, Mr. Khaled Almahad; SAADC’s Board member and treasurer, handed over certificates of completion to all participants of the course.

 

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DCO Assistants training course in the Olympic Complex

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      The Saudi Arabian Anti-Doping Committee will organize tomorrow Tuesday 29th November 2016, the 3rd DCO Assistants Training Course in Faisal Bin Fahad Olympic Complex in Riyadh.

                The course will be over two days, during which all participants will receive theoretical and scientific lectures, and practical workshop by a group of the professional Saudi DCOs.

                The target of the course is to qualify 32 Doping control officials, where they will get the proper training which qualifies them to be chaperons after passing the written and practical exams. Through this step, the SAADC aims to expand the range of anti-doping testing and increase the number of samples that require to be tested.

                The SAADC had previously held 5 training courses to qualify DCOs, in addition to two workshops for DCO assistants that targeted 70 Saudi trainees who are well qualified now in the field of doping control; some of whom were became the pillars upon whom SAADC relies to implement the doping control programs on both the national and international levels.

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