NNSWF Coaching Conference 2017

November 2nd, 2017

Northern NSW Football will be holding their annual Coaching Conference on Saturday 18th November 2017.

On the day there will be a presentation by Football Federation Australia (FFA) Technical Director Eric Abrams, a Q & A session with Newcastle Jets CEO Lawrie McKinna and other presentations by NNSWF staff covering player development and session design incorporating a practical session. In addition, Michael Cooper Newcastle Jets Academy TD will deliver an update on developments within the Academy.

The Coaching Conference is compulsory for all National Premier League First Grade coaches and Technical Directors to attend.

Attendance at the annual conference provides coaches with 50 points towards reaccreditation of their coaching qualification and more importantly enables coaches to continue to develop vital skills and knowledge.

There are only limited spaces available, don’t miss out, register now!

Coaching Conference Details:
What: 2017 Coaching Conference
When: Saturday 18th November 2017,   9:00am – 4:00pm
Where: Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility
Cost: $75 per person

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