Jouni Parkkali CV

Curriculum Vitae of Jouni Parkkali

Occupational educations:

  • Sport instructor, grad. 1980, Finnish Sport Institute
  • Course on Management, 1980, Finnish Sport     Institute
  • National Professional Coach Degree, Finnish Sport Institute
  • Sport Manager degree 2010, Vierumäki Sport Institute

Occupational activity:

  • Employed as physical education’s teacher in different secondary institutes
  • Employed as sport instructor in municipalities on various occasions
  • Employed as fee-paid teacher of physical education in occupational school
  • Full-time coach at the highest national level in three different clubs representing the top level of national league (Kups-Volley Kuopio, PPS-Volley, Helsinki and Pallavolo Kuopio)
  • The head coach of Men MTV Näfels, Switzerland (1996 – 1998 )
  • Responsible for different kind of coach courses and youth camps in Finland and in Italia with (Andrea Zorzi, Lorenzo Bernardi, Paolo Borgi, Marco Paolini, Andrea Burattini, Tuomas Sammelvuo etc.)

Sporting activity

  • Three (3) Finnish Junior´s (under 20) Championship and one silver medal
  • European School Champion; selected to all star Team
  • Two YMCA European, four YMCA Scandinavian and Three (3) YMCA Championships
  • Seven (7) Finnish Senior Championships, two (2) silver and four (4) bronze medals
  • Eight (8) Finnish Cup Championships and two (2) silver medals
  • Five (5) Scandinavian Championships
  • Three times in the final round of the European Champion Cup: 1979, 1980 and 1981; twice named to All Star Team
  • Professional player in Turkey (Escasibasi -77-78) , appeared in the European Cup winners Cup Final 1978
  • Turkish champion and Winner 1978
  • Selected four times the best Finnish player
  • Selected to the All Stars Team of all times in Finland
  • Played four (4) years as a professional player; three (3) in Italy (Modena and Belluno) and one (1) year in Istanbul
  • Silver medal in the Italian Cup in 1982
  • Elected the third best player in Italy in 1984 (La Gazzetta dello Sport)
  • Played 26 juniors and 274 seniors national matches
  • As a coach, Swiss Champion and Cup winner 1998, and junior (under 15) Swiss Champion 1997 and 1998
  • Since 1998 volleyball manager