A number of coaches have recently completed part 1 of their FFA/AFC ‘B’ Licence journey with Football New South Wales held at Valentine Sports Park.
The ‘B’ Licence is the second step on the FFA advanced coach development pathway for coaches which further teaches the FFA vision and philosophy and further expands on the FFA coach expertise model.
Coach Education is a key component of Football Federation Australia’s Football Development Plan.
Coaches at all levels play a crucial role in ensuring that football is an enjoyable experience for everyone, as well as laying the foundation for the development of better players.
The course was delivered by FFA’s Anthony Frost and Football New South Wales Mens and Boys Technical Director Warren Grieve.
Grieve in particular, was pleased with the candidates on the recent course and their thirst for coach development here in NSW.
“This is the second ‘B’ Licence to be held here in 2019 with a third ‘B’ Licence scheduled in November now sold out.
“We are hosting a fourth ‘B’ Licence here for the first time, this, added to the several ‘C’ Licences we deliver is a credit to the coaches and their clubs and associations for the emphasis they place on coach development.”