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13:00 06 March 2014

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Limited availability on coaching courses

An FA Youth Award Module One in the Romford area and a Coaching Disabled Footballers Course in Leigh-on-Sea are amongst a range of forthcoming football educational opportunities being offered by the Essex County FA during March and April, and only a limited number of spaces remain.

Several courses are approaching during the next few weeks, with the Youth Award Module in Collier Row particularly close to capacity. Coaches are also able to take either of the first two steps into the game in Halstead or Southend, and Maryanne Dennis from the County Office is expecting demand to be high for the remaining spots.

“We only have a couple of places left on the Collier Row Youth Module, which we’re keen to fill as soon as we can,” she explained. “The novelty of the Halstead Level One is that it’s midweek, which is part of a trial we’ve organised as we received feedback that people can’t always attend courses at weekends. We’re also flagging the Level Two being run by Southend United as our own Level Twos are all currently fully booked.”

To find out more about forthcoming Essex County FA coaching courses, or to book a place online, visit www.essexfa.com Details on internal and external courses and workshops are also shared on Twitter @EssexCountyFA and on Facebook (search for EssexFootball).

● FA Youth Award Module One (from Monday 10th March, Collier Row): Provides practical sessions and advice for when coaching young age groups, increasing the candidate’s knowledge of how to develop their coaching to incorporate The FA’s ‘4-Corner’ Model.

http://eventspace.thefa.com/essexfa/participant/arrangement.aspx?id=85261#regform

● FA Coaching Disabled Footballers Course (Friday 14th March, Leigh-on-Sea): This course is designed to give football coaches and teachers ideas and practices for the inclusion of disabled players, whether in mainstream or impairment-specific sessions.

http://eventspace.thefa.com/essexfa/participant/arrangement.aspx?id=90951#regform

● 1st4sport Level 1 Award in Coaching Football Course (from Monday 7th April, Halstead): This course will provide an introduction to the organisation and delivery of safe and enjoyable coaching sessions for young players and/or teams.

http://eventspace.thefa.com/essexfa/participant/arrangement.aspx?id=84891#regform

● 1st4sport Level 2 Award in Coaching Football Course: Southend United FC are running a Level Two in April. The initial course will take place from Sunday 12th to Thursday 17th April, with further support days in June and July. The assessments will be on 27th and 28th September. For details, please contact Sarah Lock on (01702) 341351 before 14th March.

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