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FA Coaching Disabled Footballers Course

Date: Saturday 2nd June, 2018
Venue: Priory City of Lincoln Academy, Skellinghtorpe Road, Lincoln, LN6 0EP
Time: 9am-5pm
Cost: £50 | £45 (Charter Standard Development / Club member) | £40 (Charter Standard Community Club member / FA Licensed Coach)
Pre-requisite: FA Level 1 Coaching in Football Qualification

The course is six hours and covers both theory and practical elements and by the end of the workshop each participant should be able to meet the following outcomes:

• Apply and extend your existing coaching skills and experience to meet the needs of players with a range of impairments
• Establish basic communication skills for coaching disabled footballers
• Use appropriate terminology
• Identify appropriate safety and medical considerations
• Plan a wide range of coaching sessions for disabled footballers
• Using the Inclusion Spectrum, plan your coaching sessions to include disabled players or provide alternative appropriate opportunities
• Understand the player pathways available for disabled players including the appropriate structure for competition.
Practical Involvement: Candidates will be encouraged to participate practically to maximise their opportunities for learning (This however will not prevent successful completion of the award).
Assessment Required: N/A

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Three exciting new roles are available at Nettleham Ladies FC, who play in the East Midlands Women’s Premier Division and who reached the second round of the Women’s FA Cup this season. They are looking for help in three areas:

  • Sports science – which might involve fitness testing, performance or technique analysis etc.
  • Sports therapy  [Please note: this role has now been filled]
  • Strength & Conditioning

More details of the role, responsibilities and benefits can be found here: Sports science ADVERT   Sports therapist ADVERT   S and C ADVERT

These roles are available to start now, but interest is also invited to get involved from the start of the next pre-season. If you would like to register an interest – or find out more – please contact Chris Hamilton (First Team Manager) by email or phone, using the details in the advert documents in the paragraph above.

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Inglaterra en Casa camps are football training programmes delivered in English to Spanish children by coaches provided by Sunderland AFC. Camps are run in Alicante and Asturias in June and July, and Monitor, Teacher and Assistant roles are available. Staff support students with their football, English and general well-being.

More details are available in the camp brochure: SUMMER CAMPS INFO or from the websites in English or Spanish.

An application link is available here: https://inglaterraencasa.com/summer-jobs-in-spain/  Please review the information on the different roles carefully so that you can highlight what qualities you would bring that would benefit the children and the camp.

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Lincoln City FC Sport & Education Trust are seeking a number of sessional coaches to work in some of the different Football Development sessions that we run through the week at their Football Development Centres.These sessions include, Mini Kickers, Goalkeeper training, Football Development Centres and the Advanced Development Centre. It is important that coaches applying for these positions are living in the Lincoln area throughout the Academic year. They currently have sessions that run Tuesday, Thursday & Friday Evenings and Saturday Mornings and will consider candidates who can work one or more of these days.

Ideally they are looking for FA Level 2 qualified Coaches but will consider FA Level 1 Qualified candidates if they have suitable previous experience and demonstrate a good level of coaching knowledge through the recruitment process. Coaches will be paid £10 p/h for the work they do at the Centres, who will provide a curriculum and session structure for all coaches to follow and deliver as part of their Long Term Development Model.

They are also happy to welcome volunteers as Assistant Coaches, who don’t currently meet the recruitment criteria for the above positions but would like to gain experience in a professional coaching environment.

If you would like more information or you would like to apply for one of these positions please send a CV and covering letter to Dave Fox (Football Development Manager): dave.fox@lcfcset.co.uk

The University Community Football Hub (a partnership between Lincolnshire FA, the University of Lincoln Students’ Union, and BUCS) are currently recruiting for 7 voluntary positions on the UOL Football Futures Student Management Team. Football Futures is the FA’s initiative for Young Leadership and Volunteering. University Community Football Hubs aim to empower universities to increase the number and quality of playing opportunities for young people in their local community and in turn enhance the student experience, add value to students’ education, raise the profile of the university and improve student recruitment and retention.

More details of the following positions are given here: LFA volunteer profile

– Leagues officer x2

– Just Play officer x2

– Coaching officer

– Referee officer

– Disability officer

If students are interested and want to apply for any of the positions, please send your CV and a brief 200 words on why you would be suitable for the role to Lauren Comery-Lang (Football Activator).

Deadline: Monday 16th October.