The VISION Mini Volleyball program is offered to girls & boys in grades 3-5. Boys & Girls in grade 6 are introduced to full-court volleyball through our VISION Youth Academy which is integrated into the Premier League Program. Experienced players in grade 5 can also ask to be transferred to the VISION Youth Academy.
The VISION Mini Volleyball program is designed for the young athlete interested in learning the FUNdamentals of the game. First started in 1999, it is one of the longest running mini-volleyball programs in Canada and has developed unique techniques in teaching young children the skills of the game.
The Program is separated into three distinctive fall, winter and spring seasons. These are "development camps" with an instructor training young athletes. Each session involves participation in warm-up games, skill development and team play. Each season ends with an organized, friendly tournament.
Mini volleyball is a co-ed 3-on-3 or 4-on-4 game played on badminton courts. The nets are raised to 6’ with the use of extension poles. These changes provide younger players with a better opportunity to develop the skills of the game while experiencing some much-needed success.
All camps are overseen by a trained VISION Mini Volleyball instructor, trained in our program’s unique training methodology. Camps are designed for the beginner looking for an "All-Skills Camp." Every drill incorporates games so young athletes maintain their interest in the exercises.
In brief, we strongly believe our camps offer the best technical instruction in the province. These are high intensity, fast-paced camps with certified club volleyball coaches.
The Five Principles of Vision Elite Camps
1: Fast-paced drills
2: Challenge participants
3: Technical training that is second to none
4: Technical correction delivered in a positive environment
5: Make it fun with plenty of games
Out of town residents’ welcome! We have many participating athletes who reside outside the Winnipeg-area. Our program is not limited to Winnipeg residents. That being said, we do offer programs in Selkirk and Portage la Prairie for athletes in those areas.
Thank you for your interest in our programs.
FALL SESSION: GRADE 3 - 5 BOYS/GIRLS - FULL
Camp: September 11 - October 30, 2021
Tournament Day: Saturday October 30, 2021
Awards to top teams/refreshments for everyone
Camp Day: Saturdays
Camp Times: 9:00am-10:30am
Venue: River Osborne CC, 101 Pembina Hwy
Coaches: All Manitoba certified coaches provided by VISION Volleyball Club.
WOW! More than 12 hours of quality training.
Maximum of 24 athletes
FALL SESSION: GRADE 3 - 5 BOYS/GIRLS - Still Accepting Athletes
Camp: October 17 - December 05, 2021
Camp Day: Sundays
Camp Times: 1:00am-3:00pm
Venue: Park City West CC, 115 Sanford Fleming Rd.
Coaches: All Manitoba certified coaches provided by VISION Volleyball Club
WOW! More than 12 hours of quality training.
Maximum of 16 athletes
Pro-rated Registration Fee: $120
*Includes awesome camp t-shirt
SUBSCRIBE to our VISION e-Blast newsletter to receive DISCOUNT CODES, FREE CAMP INFO, and up-to-date information on our upcoming camps, leagues and club information!
If you are registering more than one child for this program you are entitled to a 25% discount on additional children. The discount is automatic; however, all must be registered at the same time in order for the system to recognize the family registration.
Should you require financial assistance to help pay for any of our programs, please visit our HOW TO REGISTER page for information on local funding opportunities.
Registration is ongoing until the camp is full. Registration is on a first-come basis.
Each camp will be limited to a maximum of 24 participants on a first-come basis.
All Volleyball Winnipeg COVID 19 Protocols are posted on the following page: VOLLEYBALL WINNIPEG COVID 19 RESPONSE.
If you withdraw your child prior to the start of the first scheduled session, a full refund will be provided. Anyone requesting a refund after the start of camp will be provided with a credit to be used for any Volleyball Winnipeg program.
For a complete overview of our refund policy and directions on how to submit a written request, please visit our REFUND POLICY page
Every day of Mini Volleyball camp has a special theme. All our athletes dress up for these unique themes & qualify for weekly prizes!! See the CALENDAR for theme details!!
Camps are conducted by experienced VISION Mini Volleyball instructors designed to challenge participants. The objective of the camp is to produce fast-paced sessions in which everyone is engaged in the drills.
BENEFITS to participants include
Mini-Volleyball is a sport that was invented in the town of Taiki which is on Japan's northern most island of Hokkaido. The rules are very similar to volleyball, but the ball and the size of the court differ from the standard game. The sport has achieved significant international popularity as an activity that can be enjoyed by younger volleyball enthusiasts. The key elements of the program are the modifications that have been introduced to make it more conducive to the physical development of junior participants.
These modifications include
• A lighter ball
• A lower net – 2 meters high
• A smaller court – approximately 13 meters by 6.5 meters
• Fewer players on the court to encourage greater participation
Parents interested in coaching their children volunteer as assistant instructors during the fall camps to learn how our instructors train young athletes in the fundamentals of the game. At the conclusion of the program, athletes will be placed on a team and participate in a season-ending tournament where their parents coach them throughout the event.
Anyone interested in becoming a Mini Volleyball Instructor or Volunteer should e-mail us at: email@example.com
What parents have to say about the program...
"Our daughter really enjoyed the program and learned so much. We really appreciate the positive manner in which the coaches interact with the kids!" - K. G.
"My daughter had a wonderful time, and learned many new and different ways to do things. She kept us up to date with her progress every evening following camp, and she was always excited to see what was in store for the next week." -M.K.
1065A Ellice Ave.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada