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FA coaching course to be run locally by Charlton
Kevin Reardon / 2005-07-08 16:54:45
Charlton Athletic's European Soccer School which has now been established on the Costa Blanca and the Costa Del Sol for eighteen months, is continuing it's ongoing education of all aspects of football. It is now flying out representatives of Charlton Athletic football Club to deliver the F.A. Level 1 coaching certificate. This will be held at Deportivo, Pilar de la Horadada on the 23rd 24th and 25th of February. This certificate also includes the acclaimed child protection policy and aspects of first aid, which are all very important to the professional running of any club or coaching programme.
Charlton have already delivered this F.A qualification in the Costa del Sol with over 22 ex- pats now residing in Spain having already passed this football coaching certificate in last month. Now the club are to bring the course to the Costa Blanca. This is all part of the long terms goals of the European Soccer School, to educate and qualify all people associated with children and sport here on the Costa's. With the Soccer school set to start with six international Schools in the month of February, looking to deliver a structure sports programme in the play ground and classroom that will also include education on topics like Diet and Nutrition, first aid and how the body works. Charlton will also give all the sports teachers at the schools the opportunity to become qualified to work in football with the level 1 coaching badge. Charlton will then also be looking later in the year to deliver the level 2 badge. This really is a great opportunity to increase your knowledge in this area and the possibility to join the team at the European Soccer School here in Spain.
If you are interested in enrolling on this course then please call David Greene on 966 78 6729. The cost of the course will be 120 euros, which is great value. This course with the English Football Association would cost you around £300. There are not too many places available as many of the spaces have been allocated to workers here in Spain that are not qualified but are already working with children in sport, so please it will be on a first come first served bases.