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Plymouth Argyle Football in the Community is proud to announce a new football education initiative in partnership with Ivybridge Community College and the Devon FA.
This full time course encourages talented young girl footballers the opportunity to enhance their development as players through quality coaching led by a team of highly qualified UEFA coaches. At the same time, experienced academic tutors will ensure the students gain a full education programme suited to the needs of the individual.
In addition, the students will also be able to gain their Level 1 Certificate in Football Coaching and their Sports Leaders Award qualification. Although the course is designed to help the girls develop as footballers, a host of academic qualifications will be on offer for the girls to study. Both an 'A' level and Btec options are available.
The coaching offered throughout this course is designed to improve the ability of the student and, as part of this process; the students will play in competitive matches throughout the course. Students will train and play against teams participating in the British Colleges League, alongside other professional football clubs throughout the year. The course will be based at Ivybridge Community College and some parts based at Plymouth Argyle FC, Home Park. Plymouth Argyle Football Club and Ivybridge Community College will expect high standards from the young people enrolled on the course.
The Plymouth Argyle Football Development and Education package will utilise the club to allow students the opportunity to participate within a comprehensive football training programme without sacrificing their academic studies. The course aims to use the vehicle of sport and the physical environment to provide an innovative and highly exciting location for learning. The arena will improve student attainment whilst raising self-esteem and confidence and providing a professional football structure to their education.
If you are interested in finding out more, we would like to invite you along to an open evening at Home Park where both teachers and coaches will be on hand to answer questions and deliver a presentation. This will be held on Wednesday 15th December 2010, 7pm at Plymouth Argyle FC, Home Park. The presentation will take place in the PAFC Board Room. To confirm your attendance or to find out more information please contact Mark Lovell at Plymouth Argyle FC on (01752) 562561 ext 158.
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