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Coach in Action: Match day
Type: Theory/Observation Workshop
FALCC Accreditation Level/s: 1&2
FALCC Accredited Hours: 2
Anyone can attend this FALCC event, but only Level 1 and 2 coaches will gain CPD Hours for their FALCC Membership. These FALCC hours will count towards the 2016-2017 season only (1st August 2016-31st July 2017).
Time: 19:00 – 21:00
Open to: Everyone
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Do you want to make your match day less stressful?
Do you want to understand how to engage your players on a match day effectively?
This two hour theory/observation workshop will look at how coaches can ensure that a match day is less stressful for them, and how they can maximise their time to engage players and prepare players. Also, it will look to encourage coaches to look at their philosophy and whether this is evident on a match day. Coaches will have the chance to observe an under 10/11 team who will be coached by our County Coach Developer, Mark Haining who will demonstrate games and strategies that will create a positive and inclusive environment on match days to get the most out of their players.
The session will:
- Information on how to create a positive and engaging environment on match day
- Knowledge on how to implement the four corner model within a match day environment
- Ideas on what warm ups to complete prior to a match that is suitable for your age group
- Give coaches a chance to meet like minded people, share ideas and ask questions
What you will Need:
- Note taking materials (Recommended)
- Suitable clothing and footwear for inside theory and outside observation on grass pitch
Candidates Aged 18 or Under
In keeping with our commitment to keeping the game safe and in line with FA Safeguarding Policies if you are aged 18 or under you are required to supply the name and contact details of an adult next of kin or carer who will be included in any correspondence we may have with you.
Equality & Diversity Monitoring
Oxfordshire FA are required to compile anonymous information on those individuals accessing its services and activities. Monitoring allows us to understand the makeup of those accessing our programmes and meet the needs of individuals if activities need adapting.
When booking, learners are encouraged to respond to these questions about themselves, however, participation is entirely optional and you are not obliged to self declare your characteristics. The information we receive is only used for monitoring and statistical purposes and will remain anonymous.
The Equality and Diversity Monitoring form can be downloaded here
Terms and Conditions
All course booking are subject to Oxfordshire FA's Course Booking Terms and Conditions:
You are fit to participate and acknowledge that you do so at your own risk
Oxfordshire Football Association Ltd, its staff, or any authority which provides facilities, is under no liability in respect of any injury, which you may sustain
You are fully aware that photographs and footage may be taken by authorised OFA staff, and give your permission for this material to be used for promotional, marketing and internet purposes.
Please ensure you visit the link below to familiarise yourself with these before booking:
Oxfordshire FA Course Booking Terms & Conditions
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