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FA Level 2 Certificate in Coaching

22 May 2013

Football (QCF)

Building on the initial skills learnt in the Level 1 Award in Coaching Football this course provides a deeper understanding of coaching. 
It introduces new themes such as looking at different coaching styles, preparing for accidents and emergencies and understanding players' nutritional needs. 
The course offers an opportunity for potential football coaches to be supported in developing the knowledge of how to effectively plan, conduct and evaluate football coaching sessions.
It will also introduce the candidates to an appreciation of the principles of the game, both attacking and defending, and how to utilise this knowledge for invasion games.

WHO IS IT FOR
This course is open to anyone over the age of 16 wishing to further develop their coaching skills through a recognised FA coaching qualification. Typically, if you are a coach who has qualified at FA Level 1 or are an experienced player who is interested in branching out from simply competing to put something back into the sport then this course will be ideal for you. The FA Level 2 qualification is also viewed commonly as the minimum requirement for budding coaches with aspirations to make coaching their profession. Those coaches wishing to progress to FA Level 3 (UEFA B) and beyond must have attained the Level 2 qualification.

COURSE DURATION
Minimum 75 hours contact time

COURSE PRE-REQUISITS

· Candidates must be over 16

· All tutor contact sessions must be attended in full

· Candidates must attain certificates in FA Emergency Aid & Safe Guarding Children - both certificates must be valid at the time of final assessment

In addition candidates will have the opportunity to undertake two observed practical coaching sessions with their Tutor and receive feedback based on selected criteria. This will form the basis of an opportunity to deliver 12 hours of coaching in the candidate's work place to apply the experience gained from the course of training.
Practical Involvement:
Candidates will be encouraged to participate practically to maximise their opportunities for learning (however inability to participate will not prevent successful completion of the award).
 
Venue: St Dunstan’s College, Stanstead Road, London, SE6 4TY

Course dates: Saturday 17th – Thursday 22nd August 2013

Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th November 2013

Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th December 2013

Time: 9am – 5pm (Daily)

Cost: £340

amya@millwallcommunity.co.ukTo book a place on any of the above courses please contact Amy Ashby on 020 7394 8691 or by email:

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