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Coach Education: C License Course Begins in Gibraltar

23 candidates began their 'C' License Coaching course in Gibraltar this weekend, as the latest Coach Education initiative as part of our partnership with the Welsh Football Trust was rolled out.

Over the weekend, the 23 candidates have been learning topics such as Life skills, Social Development, Skill & Technique Practices, Technical Development, Coaching Processes in what is the first of the three block of three parts to finally obtaining the FAW 'C' License coaching Qualification. 

Qualified Tutors from the FAW and Welsh Football Trust delivered the course this weekend, and will return to Gibraltar in the coming months to complete the second and third blocks of this latest Coaching course to be staged on The Rock.

Gibraltar FA Technical Director  Desi Curry is delighted at the way outcome of the weekend's 1st Block of the 'C' License stating:

The education and up skilling of our coaches is of paramount importance to ensure that we are constantly improving the standard of coaching that the Gibraltarian footballer, across all ages and levels of the game, receives.

Furthermore the more locally trained and qualified coaches that we have available will ensure the future generation of Gibraltarian footballers will benefit from all the modern techniques and ideas giving them th best possible upbringing in the game, giving them the skill sets they need to succeed at the hi8ghest level they possibly can.   

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