Community Goalkeeping Certificate
Who’s it for?
Goalkeeping coaches of all ages, or coaches who want more understanding of goalkeeping.
Time & Cost
$80.00, 8 hours.
Please note – the Community Goalkeeper Certificate was originally delivered as a 14 hour face to face course. Northern NSW Football will now be delivering the course in 8 face to face hours. Upon completing the Community Goalkeeper Certificate coaches are expected to make up the additional course hours through self-learning and/or attending workshops provided by Northern NSW Football.
What is it?
Goalkeeping core skills and techniques, positioning during games, and organising safe practices..
Learn how to incorporate your goalkeepers within team training sessions, and gain the technical knowledge to help develop your goalkeepers.
9:00am – 3:00pm
FFA LEVEL 1 – GOALKEEPING LICENCE
Who’s it for?
This course is open to coaches 18 years of age and older, who have completed an FFA / AFC ‘C’ Licence Part 1.
Time & Cost
$1,430, 5 days in total.
Please note – there will be a large amount of pre-coursework needed to complete after registering and before the course start.
What is it?
The course gives candidates an understanding of coaching Goalkeepers within 11 v 11 football with senior players or talented youth players.
These players have progressed through the FFA building blocks and are now in the Game Training or Performance Phases.
No courses available at this time.
FAQ – COMMUNITY CERTIFICATE
What do I need to bring?
The course facilitator will bring course manuals and session plans for participants to view while on the course. Please bring a notepad and pen if you wish to take further notes during the course.
Depending on the venue, you may need to bring lunch for the allocated lunch- break if shops are not nearby.
Be sun smart. Bring a hat, sunscreen, and water. Bring comfortable clothes for participation in practical activities.
Bring an open mind willing to learn new ideas.
When will I receive my Certificate?
Your certificate will be available online 2-3 days after the completion of the course.
Does the course need minimum numbers?
We want to make sure that all coaches have the opportunity to attend a certificate course and there are flexible delivery options available for coaches and clubs in regional areas, and will endeavour to deliver courses with five coaches registered.
If players are available for model sessions than a course can be facilitated with fewer coaches. Please speak with your coach developer about these flexible delivery options.
Why is there a time difference between Regional and Metropolitan courses?
The biggest reason for differences in course times comes down to the number of participants on a course. Previously courses have needed a minimum of 16 participants in order to be delivered, however several courses in regional areas have been cancelled as a result leaving coaches without any alternative for attending a course. We will now deliver these courses for 8 coaches or less, and on a club by club basis with fewer participants.
Can a course be held at my club?
If you club has a club coaching coordinator, they can contact us to organise a club based course. Coaches will need to be registered on MyFootballClub in order to be eligible to attend.
Is there an assessment?
There is no formal assessment for certificate courses, but coaches will receive feedback from a coach developer based on their involvement. Coaches are expected to actively participate during the course, and be competent in the required coaching behaviours in order to complete a certificate course.
Is there any prerequisite needed to attend this course?
There is no prerequisite needed to attend this community certificate course. However it is beneficial to have attended the certificate course relevant to the age group you are coaching (MiniRoos, Skill Training, Game Training)
How long is my accreditation valid?
Community Coaching Certificates are valid for a period of four years. If you wish to extend your qualification please contact our office on (02) 49417225.