Canada Soccer announced updated advanced female coach education programmes.


Canada Soccer Women has announced an exciting update to its Advanced Coach Education Program Pathway. This program is designed to provide coaches with the necessary knowledge and skills to become successful in the sport.

The new update includes a return to in-person workshops for 2023, which will provide coaches with hands-on experience and support as they work towards their goals. With this announcement, Canada Soccer Women hopes to continue providing quality coaching education and further develop the game of soccer in Canada.

This program is designed to help coaches of all levels, from grassroots to professional soccer, develop their skills and knowledge in order to better serve their teams and players. Earl Cochrane, Canada Soccer General Secretary, said that this program is vital for the development of the game at all levels.

“Canada Soccer Women is proud to be part of the Concacaf Coaching Conven, which has been developed collaboratively with Concacaf and their Member Associations over several years. We are committed to helping create a comprehensive platform that provides coaches with the resources they need to succeed in their work.”

Canada Soccer Women is making great strides to ensure its Advanced Coach Education Program is aligned with the requirements of the Concacaf Coaching Convention. This change will help to ensure that coaches have access to the best resources and training opportunities in order to become successful in their roles. The new program will also provide more opportunities for coaches from diverse backgrounds, giving them a better chance of succeeding in the sport.

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