UEFA B Coaching Course – Day Three
Read the latest part of our guide to the UEFA B Coaching Course, written by JBFC head coach Jamie Bradbury. Day three was a case for the defence.. UEFA B Coaching Course – Day Three The day began in the classroom as we looked back at tutor Colin Reid’s... Read more
UEFA B Coaching Course – Day Two
Read the latest part of our guide to the UEFA B Coaching Course, written by JBFC head coach Jamie Bradbury. UEFA B Coaching Course – Day Two After cramming in so much on day one of the UEFA B Coaching Course, we began by reviewing the content we’d looked at so far... Read more
UEFA B Practice Definitions
If you are keen to get involved in The FA UEFA B Coaching Licence, or have recently enrolled, explained here are the different types of UEFA B practice definitions you can expect to use on the course… Pattern Practice A practice within which the movements of the players and ball tactically appropriate... Read more
The Youth Award Module 2 got me back in the mood for coaching courses and ready for what would, to date, be my biggest challenge in coaching – the UEFA B Licence. I had wanted to get on the course ever since I picked up the bug on the Level 2... Read more
Jamie has taken his next steps along the coaching pathway and is now working towards the UEFA B coaching licence… January’s Youth Award Module 2 got me back in the mood for coaching courses and ready for what would, to date, be my biggest challenge in coaching – the UEFA B... Read more
Youth Award Module 2 – Course Blog
Jamie completed The FA Youth Award Module 2 ‘Developing the Practice’ in January 2014. To learn more about this four-day course and what is involved, click on the links below… Day One – The Practice Spectrum Day Two – Developing Skill Day Three – Practice Makes Permanent Day Four –... Read more
Having read through much of the course literature since Saturday’s session, we gathered back at the venue in Colchester on Friday and the first task was to quiz the other candidates on the subjects raised in the pre-course reading. Split into groups, we each came up with five questions from... Read more
After Friday’s focus on developing coaching sessions and the practice spectrum, we returned to the venue literally a stone’s throw from Colchester United’s old Layer Road ground – now a housing estate – to talk about skill. Thinking back to the Level Two course and when the question ‘what is skill?’ was... Read more
Two years ago I was like a man possessed as I finally began the Level Two coaching award. It is an intensive course and it really got me hooked, so much so that, with my final assessment still to do I’d already enrolled on the first part of the new FA... Read more
Having embarked on the Level Two Certificate in Coaching Football with FA Learning and Suffolk FA, throughout my time on the course I’ve shared my experiences to hopefully encourage others to take their next steps into coaching… The Final Assessment They say there is no substitute for experience, and when it comes... Read more