Coaching Course Success

December 8th, 2015

Football Far North Coast Technical Director Vic Stokes is delighted to report that more than 20 participants completed a Skills Training Certificate at the Southern Cross University Football Centre last weekend.

Convened as part of Northern NSW Football’s community football program, the aim is to give coaches more insight into basic skills and training options for grassroots players. Participants comprised a diverse range of ages and coaching experience, with feedback being positive about the benefits of receiving assistance with how to implement skills training into community football.

Recent findings released by NNSWF has identified the influence of a coach as being a key influence to how enthusiastic players are about their football experience and coaching courses focus on enhancing the quality of coaches we have.

More information about future courses can be found on the FFNC website:

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