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Kahibah FC gain Level 2 Accreditation in FFA NCAS

August 7th, 2019

Northern NSW Football would like to acknowledge Kahibah FC as the latest club to gain Level 2 accreditation in the Football Federation Australia (FFA) National Club Accreditation Scheme (NCAS).

NNSWF Club Development Officer Phillip Andrews recently visited the club to present them with certificates for achieving level 1 and level 2 accreditation in the NCAS.

Level 2 accreditation through the National Club Accreditation Scheme is a signal to sponsors, grant providers, club members and the community that Kahibah FC has developed a written plan for the club including strategies for player growth, volunteer recruitment, facility development, coach education and child safety amongst others.

Level 2 Accreditation with the NCAS demonstrates to the community that Kahibah FC has invested in developing and implementing policies and procedures to make the club safe as well as fun for children. The club’s development plan will provide the structure for the future direction of the club by providing goals for the committee to strive towards achieving.

“Kahibah FC is an aspirational club with over 700 registrations in 2019,” said Andrews.

“The club supports teams within the community & premier leagues with female teams competing in most community age groups. The club willingly engages in opportunities offered by Northern NSW Football to ensure their members are delivered the most positive football experience possible.

“The future development of their facility is the key to continued growth in all sectors within the club, especially in the area of female participation.”

Northern NSW Football clubs who are interested in finding out more about developing their club or obtaining accreditation should contact Phillip Andrews (02 4941 7206) at the Northern NSW Football Community Football team.

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