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Not sure how it's done in england but the Scottish one is just a case of showing up really you learn the basics of coaching football and so on. obviously the more you do the mroe advanced it gets. I got my level 2 coaching young footballers with the SFA through the team I manage. Only thing I had to do was come up with a skill to do and teach it in the correct manner. Something you really can't go wrong with. But as I said that's in Scotland but don't knock our coaching as we do have a facility where the best coaches including Mourninho went toGunna be starting the level 1 coaching course on monday and was wondering if anyone else had done it and what they thought of it?? any good?? easy or hard??
Your club should pay for it if your coaching for them tbh.I'm doing mine in the summer for £50, already manage a football team though they are under 13's. Looking forward to doing it now and will most likely move on to level 2, UEFA B etc.
Do you know how you go about the camp america thing ? My friend done it I may do it aswell ifits good enough because it sounds really interesting thing to do. I might look into it.thanks for the replies lads!! dont expect it to be too hard really but i guess it will be by level 3 or so!! hoping to do some coaching in america over summer but just need to get the actual certificates
One name springs to mind when you ask this question about being good at football.hey guys Im really have big interest in this thread. I have done some PE education for GCSE and I have passed it. I have learned some basic skills sports person needs and other staff....do you need to be good at football if you wanna do a level 1 coaching?
Thanks mate for your answerOne name springs to mind when you ask this question about being good at football.
Jose Mourinho. You don't need to be good at football or anysport to coach in it. You need leadership qualities, decision making, being able to explain things to a different range of people such as 5 year olds and 35year olds etc many different aspects.
The first and second levels of FA coaching are very simple and easy to complete. i have completed both, 1 though college the other Uni.
there is plenty of paper work to get through, but other than that its very simple, on a very simplistic scale.