There are two coaching pathways in Australia, the "Community" and the "Advanced" pathway. You can view information about both pathways and the courses offered by clicking either of the below buttons.
If you have recently completed a course, you can provide feedback from the session(s) you attended here.
ALDI MiniRoos Certificate - Knox City - November 13th - Course Details/Registration Link
Skill Training Certificate - Knox City - November 13th/20th/27th - Course Details/Registration Link
Game Training Certificate - Geelong - November 3rd/4th - Course Details/Registration Link
Senior Coaching Certificate - Geelong - November 10th/11th - Course Details/Registration Link
Skill Training Certificate - Geelong - December 8th/9th - Course Details/Registration Link
Game Training Certificate - Monbulk - February 13th/20th/27th (2019) - Course Details/Registration Link
Below are the upcoming advanced courses taking place in Victoria, by clicking on the links you will be able to view all the details about the course (venue, dates, cost, etc) and the registration link.
Central B Licence (Canberra) - October 20th - 31st - Course Details/Registration Link
Victoria B Licence (Venue TBA) - January 28th- February 2nd & July 29th - August 3rd - Course Details/Registration Link
We are currently gauging interest of coaches who wish to attend a C Licence course across all areas of Melbourne, if you are interested in attending either the Youth or Senior C Licence please fill out the following expression of interest for and include the region in which you would prefer to attend the course - click here to fill out our expression of interest form
From the information collected from the form we will look to see the possibilities of running courses in different areas depending on the interest expressed from the region.
If you wish to host a live assessment day for your C Licence assessment please read through and use the below form
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.
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:
Note: Completion of the form does not guarantee scheduling of course.
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.
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. 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.
For more information about advanced courses you can use the button at the top of the page or click here.
To express your interest in attending a C Licence course in Victoria please click here to fill out our expression of interest form.
To express your interest in the B Licence, A Licence or Pro Diploma courses, please email email@example.com
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.
To view information about FFV's course presenters you can click here.
Re-Accreditation Information Sheet - for coaches looking to renew their accreditation
Recognition of Overseas Coaching Qualifications - for coaches who have completed courses overseas
Any other questions pertaining to Advanced or community coaching courses, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
FAQs on Assessment Guidelines