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Great Lakes United FC Achieve Level 1 FFA National Club Accreditation

November 30th, 2015

Great Lakes United FC have been presented with their Certificate of Achievement for Level 1 Accreditation in the Football Federation Australia (FFA) National Club Accreditation Scheme by Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) Community Manager Peter Haynes on Sunday November 29th.

The process of achieving this accreditation involved collaboration between Great Lakes United Football Club and Ross Hicks, towards meeting criteria of Teams Entered, Club Management & Governance, Child Protection, Accredited Coaches, Safety & Risk Management and Promoting Positive Behaviour.

Great Lakes United FC are among an elite group of NNSWF Member Clubs to achieve Level 1 Club Accreditation status.

“The club was highly motivated and their hard work was hugely beneficial in working towards achieving Level 1 Club Accreditation,” NNSWF Club & Referee Development Officer Ross Hicks said.

“Great Lakes United FC carried out the FFA Club Accreditation process with great enthusiasm and with a genuine interest to improve their club. Secretary Kevin Stevens and the Great Lakes committee completed the process thoroughly and diligently and I would like to thank them for their efforts,” concluded Hicks.

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