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Female coaches in London have taken their first steps on the coaching ladder over October half term at Burgess Park in Southwark.
With funding from the Female Coach Development Programme and the London FA, 23 female coaches were able to access the course at a discounted rate.
The course ran over four days and was very intense with what needed to be covered, but the group worked tirelessly and gained their reward at the end, as all 23 candidates passed, which is a fantastic achievement.
With the opportunity for some of these women to progress onto the Female Coach Development Programme to support them through their Level 2 qualification and the chance for all of them to access new FA Awards such as the Age Appropriate course, things are looking up for the female game in London with the ever increasing number of female coaches.
Emma Barnes, Women's & Girls FDO, South London, says: "This course was really popular and we even had a waiting list, so it is evident that there are females out there that want to become involved in the game. The feedback from the candidates has been positive and we will look to support them with their coaching, and some will be recommended onto the Female Coach Development Programme for their next step towards their Level 2."
If you would like more information on Level 1 courses or future female coaching events please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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