Chris Eveleigh completes his FA Youth Module 3 Assessment

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While in England for the December 2016 holiday period, our High Performance Manager, Chris Eveleigh, continued to add educational accreditation to his repertoire, completing his FA Youth Module 3 Assessment.  Chris has now completed the three FA Youth Modules.  His next step is to apply for The FA Youth Advanced Award as these courses are also beneficial and relevant to coaches working primarily with youth players.

The FA Youth Award Module One sees coaches learn how to Develop the Environment –
a brand new approach to coaching that is essential for anyone involved in the junior game, at any level. Young players develop at different rates physically, technically, socially and psychologically. Through a mix of theory and practical sessions, coaches learn how to motivate young players and manage their self-esteem.

The FA Youth Award Module Two see coaches learn how to Develop the Practice –
coaches develop practices appropriate for the maturity levels of their players.  Coaches are expected to deliver and evaluate coaching practices to address different levels of player development.

The FA Youth Award Module Three is the final module and is assessed on coaches Developing the Player – continuing the progressive change in coaching philosophy.  Complementing the knowledge learned on the preceding modules, this course teaches coaches to have a truly player-centred approach to coaching and development of our young players.  The course comprises both practical and theory sessions.  Module 3 is designed to support the development of coaches who currently work (or who have a realistic opportunity of working, on a consistent basis) with a group of youth players within the performance or elite levels of the game.

Chris has requested we express his thanks to Exeter City FC Academy @OfficialECFC for the use of not only their facility, but also their youth players!  Sending our THANKS across the pond!

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