Head of Player Development and Research for The FA, Andy Cale, added:
“The Football Association is fully committed to developing coaches and coach
educators at all levels. This course is part of the drive to support Coaching asa Profession and to keep FA staff at the forefront of academic developmentsin sports coaching. This innovative course helps our staff understand thelatest theories of coach education and development and translate them into
cutting edge practical support for the coaches in the professional clubs.”
Students will receive further support throug
h Leeds Met‟s online virtual
learning system where all individual modules have their own page thatstudents are automatically allocated to as a result as registering on thatmodule.
For further details please contact Julia Williams in the Communications teamat Leeds Met on 0113 812 5978 or email email@example.com
Notes for editors:
Leeds Metropolitan University has more than 27,000 students andaround 3,000 staff.
The Vice Chancellor of Leeds Metropolitan University is Professor Susan Price and the Chair of the Board is Lord Woolmer of Leeds.
Leeds Metropolitan‟s four faculties are: Arts, Environment and
Technology, Business & Law, Health and Social Sciences, andCarnegie.
Leeds Metropolitan‟s heritage can be traced back to the founding of the
Mechanics Institute in Leeds in 1824.
The Destination of Leavers in Higher Education (DLHE) showed thatthe proportion of Leeds Metropolitan 2010/11 graduates in work, further study or both six months after leaving university was 91.87%.