This course is divided into two parts – initial training and final assessment – and is intended for those who are committed to coaching football to young people, and have one or more of the following:
- Level One Certificate in Coaching Football
- At least two years coaching experience at school, club, football in the community scheme setting, or played the game at senior club level
- The FA Junior Team Manager's Award
Students will learn how to coach in technical (unopposed), skill (opposed) and small-sided game (six v six) situations, with the knowledge gained being put to the test via three initial practical assessments. Further internal assessments will take the form of a Laws of the Game written examination, the completion of several course tasks and a coaching portfolio.
Those taking part will be required to complete all internal assessment elements to a satisfactory level, as well as a mock practical assessment, before submitting themselves for external assessment. Practical and portfolio support sessions will be organised as part of the initial training course.
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For more information on becoming a Level Two Coach, please contact Robbie Polkinghorn by calling 020 8365 5168 or to email, please CLICK HERE.
The FA Level Two Coaching Certificate is available for those aged 16 years or older, and will enable you to advance your coaching career with the help of a professional Premier League Club.