Good coaches are vital to the development of football in Wales. They provide the knowledge for players to succeed at every level and play a pivotal role in the development of our young players.
Whether you wish to coach at a top professional club or on a Sunday morning at grass roots level, the Welsh Football Trust offers courses for candidates at all levels through our extensive Coach Education Programme.
Through our programmes, we develop coaches through technical, tactical and medical courses. Each course is delivered by fully accredited and qualified staff to provide thorough, professional advice and support throughout training.
Our programmes are so successful that they also draw people in from beyond Wales, including managers of English Premiership clubs.
How to join a coaching course
The first step in becoming a coach is to enrol for a Welsh Football Trust Foundation Award (See FAW Coach Education Pathway). By getting on the coaching ladder candidates have the opportunity to progress through respective coaching qualifications and to enhance their skills and knowledge in coaching.
All courses are conducted in a friendly and open manner with an emphasis placed on the sharing of experiences and views. Candidates enroling on courses should be open minded to new ideas and be open to share opinions and views on subjects covered throughout the courses.
Feel free to click the following link to find out more about coaching in Wales. www.coachingwales.com