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15:30 09 October 2014
Latest news from the Essex FA
A free evening focusing on ‘Creativity and Pitchside Management’ is available to FA Licensed Coaches’ Club members at Dagenham’s Robert Clack School on Monday October 20 (6.30-9.30pm).
Attendees at the Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Level 1, 2 and 3 event will be able to develop an understanding of how to create a positive environment on matchdays and how to recognise them as a crucial learning opportunity to develop players.
It will also explain more about effective ways of managing a team before, during and after games.
Elements of The FA’s ‘Future Game’ visions - a technical guide for young player development - will be instilled in the evening’s content.
The Future Game consists of two guides - one for grassroots and one for elites - which outline a playing and coaching philosophy for the future of English football.
They feature outlooks for both technically excellent and innovative players and coaches who can be effective teachers of the game.
The FA Licensed Coaches’ Club aims to raise standards in coaching across the game by ensuring coaches keep their training and qualifications up-to-date. It forms a key part of The FA’s Youth Development Review and Coaching Strategy.
In an ever-evolving game, it is essential coaches at all levels keep up-to-speed with new techniques and advice.
CPD is part of being an FA Licensed Coach and shows individuals are striving to be the best coach they can be, and that they are trying to constantly improve their skills.
It means committing to a given number of hours of training per year, depending on the level of coaching qualification held.
This event is worth three hours of CPD (except for Level 3s).
To book a place at this training, visit essexfa.com, scroll over ‘Coaches’ and select ‘Book Courses’.
For further information contact Maryanne Dennis on 01245 393070 or email email@example.com.
Details on coach education courses and workshops are also shared on Twitter @EssexCountyFA and by searching for ‘EssexFootball’ on Facebook.