Coaching Courses

There are two types of courses available to suit your level of coaching. Simply click the relevant button to continue.

If you have recently completed a course, you can provide feedback from the session(s) you attended here.


Community Coaching Courses

These courses have changed and now fall in line with the Building Blocks and Updated National Football Curriculum. To enrol in a course you simply have to check what is on at MyFootballClub. We look forward to seeing you on a course soon.

If you need to check your qualification history and print off your certificates please click here.

Hosting a Community Course

To ensure that coaching courses are conducted when Clubs & their coaches require them rather than being directed by FFV, this course request form has been created.

Course Request Form

If there is a demand within a club for a course (MiniRoos, Skill Training or Game Training) please complete this Jotform link.

To be considered to host a coaching course at your club, there are key requirements that need to be met. Your venue must be able to provide the following for the entirety of the course:

  • Access to a marked pitch (with lights - if conducted at night).
  • Access to changing rooms.
  • Access to a classroom/clubroom space that has tables and chairs.
  • Ideally a whiteboard/AV equipment (not mandatory but preferred).

Note: Completion of the form does not guarantee scheduling of course.

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Course Updates

Community Coaching Pathway


 Advanced Coaching Courses

These courses are designed to educate coaches how to organise and conduct coaching practices under the FFA National Curriculum. Advanced Courses are aimed at coaches currently coaching at elite level or perspective coaches who would be interested in pursuing coaching at an elite level. This could range from the Open age National Teams (Socceroos, Matildas), Under age National Teams (Young Socceroos, Young Matildas), State Representative Teams and Senior Community club teams.

The pre-requisites for enrolling in these courses would be that you would have to be at least 18 years of age, physically fit to participate in all practical sessions and submit a football resume of your playing and coaching experience. It is highly recommended that prior to applying for the Advanced courses, that you do a community coaching course, based on the age-group team that you currently coach.

Successful enrolments are subject to approval of FFV's Technical Director.

Advanced coaching pathway

 

FFA/AFC B Licence

B licence

Suitable: Open to Coaches 18 years of age focusing on the 11 v 11 aspects of the game candidates will be able to analyse football and apply the FFA Vision and Philosophy in the Game Training Model.

Pre-requisties: Top Amateur, Elite Youth and State Teams who hold the FFA/ AFC C Licence or hold an accepted UEFA C licence after completing Form 9 (recognition of overseas coaching qualifications).

Course Expectations: You must attend all sessions, and all parts of the course. You will not be allowed to proceed with the course if you miss part of it – NO EXCEPTIONS – you will need to go on a future course if this happens. So please do not apply if you cannot attend from 9am to 9pm on the days scheduled. Your attendance is expected even if “your team has a game”.

 

FFA/AFC C Licence (Senior or Youth)

C Licence

Suitable: Open to coaches 18 years of age currently coaching or interested in coaching either at Senior level or elite Youth players.

Pre- Requisites: There are no pre-requisites to apply for the C license course. But if the course is over subscibed (i.e: more applicants than places), then coaches with greater playing and/or coaching experience will be given preferences. If you are not successful in getting a place on the course, we will endeavor to place you on a future course, however there are no guarantees.

Course Expectations: You must attend all sessions, and all parts of the course. You will not be allowed to proceed with the course if you miss part of it – NO EXCEPTIONS – you will need to go on a future course if this happens. So please do not apply if you cannot attend on the days scheduled. Your attendance is expected even if “your team has a game”.

Any queries, please contact the FFV Coach Education Department at: coaching@ffv.org.au

Applications for all Advanced Coaching Courses close one month prior to the course commencement date. Late applications may be considered if there is availability. A late fee of up-to 10% may be applicable.

 Club Coach Coordinator Program (FFV CCC)

The CCC program adds some background and additional knowledge to how this coach can work to retain coaches, take the burden off recruiting replacement coaches the following season and supports the delivery of quality experiences for young players at your club.

Click Here for more information

FFV CCC Facebook Group

Other

Re-Accreditation Information Sheet - for coaches looking to renew their accredition

Recognition of Overseas Coaching Qualifications - for coaches who have completed courses overseas

Questions

Any other questions pertaining to Advanced coaching courses, please email: coaching@footballfedvic.com.au

FAQs on Assessment Guidelines

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