Community Pathway courses are specifically designed for the coaches who look after Participation players: the courses are short, easily-accessible and low-cost. Because of the nature of the coach and the player in the Community context, these courses focus almost exclusively on the ‘Training’ pillar of the Coaching Expertise Model.
The National Football Curriculum distinguishes 6 Building Blocks: 4 training Building Blocks and 2 playing Building Blocks.
The FFA Building Blocks Methodology is the framework that provides practical guidelines for coaches working at all levels of youth development. Key aims of this are:
- Develop technically proficient players
- Develop tactically aware, proactive players
- Transform the physical and direct style of youth football in Australia to a successful style based upon technique and creativity§To instil a lifelong passion and love for football in young players
Advanced Pathway courses are specifically designed for the coaches who work with Performance players: the courses are longer and much more intensive. These courses progressively develop all the elements of the Coaching Expertise Model. Graduates from the Advanced Pathway are the pool of coaches that are to be considered for full and part-time employment as football coaches.
Useful Coach Education Links
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