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SAFA D LICENCE
D Licence Coaching Course
D Licence Introductory Courses are usually organised by Regional FA’s, sometimes in cooperation with municipalities. SAFA only facilitates and supervises the course.
Candidates are advised to contact their respective regions for further information regading introductory course around their areas. SAFA will assist if the interested individuals are not succeeding with their regoins.
Basic Course Information
The course will usually be conducted twice over a number of consecutive days between 8:00 – 18:00 (ie. Phase 1 & Phase 2) totalling up to 80hrs with a sitance learning of 6 weeks in between the two phases.
Candidates will have to undergo training and assessment in both theoretical and practical work on a daily basis. The course is organised by our regional association.
The course covers the following:
- 5 day course
- conducted over a course of 5 days or weekends
- allows the coach to train children and youths
- provides opportunities to youth to play football and have fun
- targets boys and girls aged 6-12 years through schools and communities.
- Organised by SAFA Regional Association and LFA’s
Governance of the Coach Education Structure
As part of its Vision 2022 plan, the Association has streamlined its governance structures, combinibg several Standing Commities in to clusters to ensure better coordination and oversight of its programmes.
The SAFA Technical committee oversees the SAFA Coach Eduction Programme and is part of the fgootball and technical clister of committees that includes the SAFA Technical Committee, the SAFA Referees Committee and the SAFA Medical Committee.
Linhill Celtic focuses on developing football in the Southern Johannesburg area.
Get in touch with one of our committee members should you have any questions.
Training times vary through the week. Here you can see exactly when our sessions are.
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