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Female Only FA Level 1 Coaching Football Course

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We're happy to announce the new FA Level 1 course to continue the growth of female coaches in the county.

As part of the Oxfordshire FA Women and Girls’ Strategy released at the start of the season, the opportunity for female coaches, and aspiring female coaches, in the county to attend a Female Level 1 course is here. 

Complete with a discounted rate, the course will offer learners the chance to build their coaching knowledge, and enable them to make a real difference in grassroots football in Oxfordshire.

As part of our commitment to growing the number of female coaches in the county, the course is being offered at a discounted rate of just £100 per learner, up to 33% off the standard Level 1 prices! 

James Shiplee, Football Development Officer, and lead on the Women and Girls’ Strategy said: “We’re delighted to be able to offer this Female Level 1 course for learners who are interested in developing themselves, and their skills, for the benefit of grassroots football. The reduced course cost will help to ensure that we continue to increase the number of coaches in the county, which will further help our ambition to double female football locally.” 

Dates of the course are: 

Sunday 22nd April  09:15-17:15   Coaching Theory and Practical 
Tuesday 24th April  19:00-21:00  Safeguarding Children Workshop
Saturday 28th April
 09:15-17:15  Coaching Theory and Practical
Sunday 13th May
 09:15-17:15  Coaching Theory and Practical
Saturday 19th May

 09:15-17:15

 Emergency Aid Workshop
 13:15-17:15  Coaching Theory and Practical

To book your place on this course at the discounted rate, all you need to do is follow the link below:

Book with the discounted rate

For more information on the Female Level 1, or the Women and Girls’ Strategy please get in touch with James Shiplee via the contact details below.

Get In Touch

By Phone: 01993 894405
(9am - 5pm Monday - Friday)

By Email: Development@OxfordshireFA.com

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