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Coaching Support

Support for Staffordshire FA coaches and CPD Events

Football is for everyone.

Staffordshire FA is here to ensure everyone who participates has a great experience – regardless of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, ability or disability, faith or age.

In this section you'll find information about support initiatives and training opportunities to help you improve as a coach, be safe in your coaching and the environments you create, and access on-the-ground support when you need it.

You will also find information about our upcoming CPD Events below.

Get In Touch

Daniel Hickinbottom
Football Development Officer (Youth & Workforce)

(E): 
Support
@StaffordshireFA.com
(T): 01785 256994 (ext. 209)
(M): 07816 536444

STAFFORDSHIRE FA CPD EVENTS

Title: In Possession; Broad and Narrow focus within your coaching

Date: 25 March 2019

Time: 18:30-20:30

Venue: Stafford Town 

Detail: Aimed predominately at Level 2 or aspiring Level 2 coaches, this CPD event will explore planning for broad and narrow focuses for in possession phases. Coaches will explore Retain & Build along with Progress & Penetrate Phases, discussing key principles of play, coaching points and how to devise practices for reality-based coaching. Coaches will also investigate how to integrate the psychological and technical corner, specifically exploring Commitment.

Coaches will leave the event with key characteristics of In Possession Phases, principles of play and how to integrate the technical corner with players Commitment. Coaches will also leave the workshop with practical session plans that can be used to support their teams and players within their own coaching environment.

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Title
: Introduction to the UEFA B 

Date: 16 April 2019

Time: 6.30-8.30pm

Venue: Staffordshire FA, Dyson Court, Beaconside, Stafford, ST18 0LQ

Detail: TBC

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Safeguarding and Welfare

SAFEGUARDING IS EVERYONE’S RESPONSIBILITY

Everyone in football has a responsibility to make our game safe and enjoyable.

This is particularly true for coaches. A coach is in a privileged position. The nature of the role means he/she can have significant influence over children and young people and develop relationships of trust with children and their parents/carers. It’s therefore important that coaches understand their safeguarding responsibilities.

Find out how The FA and the Staffordshire FA manages safeguarding nationally and locally. You’ll also find detailed information on the game’s safeguarding strategy, and how it applies to you.

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The FA Coach Mentor Programme

FA Coach Mentor Programme

Offering on-the-ground support
Coach and Shoelace

Criminal Records Checks

Ensure you have the relevant Safeguarding qualifications in place
Inclusion

​Equality, Diversity & Inclusion

Football is open and accessible for all
The FA Education Courses Policies and Procedures

Education courses policies and procedures

Take a look at our Course Policies and Procedures
FA Coaching Bursaries

The FA Coaching Bursaries

Supporting grassroots coaches from under-represented communities