Football coaching workshop in Harlow could help you locate “England’s DNA”

Football / Tue 24th Feb 2015 at 02:42pm

FOOTBALL coaches can find out what the ‘England DNA’ consists of at a free Continuing Professional Development (CPD) workshop with Essex County FA Development Officer Gary Piggott at Harlow Town FC on Monday 9th March.

The FA Licensed Coaches’ Club (FALCC) aims to raise standards across the game by ensuring coaches have opportunities to refresh their knowledge and this event from 6:30-9:30pm will enable members to keep their training and qualifications up-to-date. It forms a key part of The FA’s Youth Development Review and Coaching Strategy as, in today’s ever-evolving game, it is essential that coaches at all levels remain informed with new techniques and advice.

FA Level 1 and 2 coaches will be introduced to an overview of how the introduction of the new England DNA will affect coaches and players in the grassroots game. Aimed at England’s youth teams, it’s the starting point for The FA’s approach to elite player development. The framework consists of five elements, which will be discussed on the night.

FALCC members are required to ensure they commit to a certain level of CPD training every year in order to retain their licence. Level 1 coaches should complete three hours per year – five for Level 2s – and this event will count towards three hours of CPD. Coaches should come prepared for a mixture of theory and practical sessions.

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