As part of FFA’s Female Football Week,MWFA is pleased to announce that we will be hosting a female only FFA MiniRoos Coaching Course on Monday March 30 at Cromer Park starting at 6:30pm.
As an association, we are keen to celebrate and recognise the contribution females make to our sport, as well as develop more female coaches and role models for female players, so we believe offering a learning environment that is more welcoming for prospective female coaches is important.
We would like to encourage female parents, older siblings, senior players and even youth players from U14s and above to consider attending this course if they might be interested in being involved in coaching. Any female coaches who have already done this course or other courses but would still like to join in to support the event are more than welcome as well.
The course will be presented by female Coach Developers, and all participants are also encouraged to bring a female friend or family member along to make it a more comfortable atmosphere.
The course is completely FREE, and if you would like to receive the FFA MiniRoos coaching accreditation then you should register online using the link below. Participants and their guests can still attend even without registering though, and there is no expectation that you will make a commitment to being a coach – just come along to learn about football and coaching in a fun, practical, and supportive environment.
Register here: https://education-ffa.sportingpulse.com/event.asp?ID=21688