Development & CPD
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Learning and development is an active, continuous process. It's a journey that never ends. And one that is shaped by experiences and learning opportunities gathered anywhere, anytime.
From in person events through to online workshops and access to tools and resources, we will help you to make the biggest impact as a coach in local football.
CPD stands for Continuous Professional Development and refers to a practical or online learning opportunity, such as a regional workshop, an FA conference, online courses, and webinars. These are delivered outside of any formal qualification pathway.
Coaching, as both a vocation and a profession, never stands still. It’s always evolving and always seeking out the newest innovations, emerging trends and latest best practice. This is where CPD comes in. These events are not only crucial in exposing you as a coach to up-to-date thinking and methods, but they’ll also give you the skills needed to create and sustain modern learning environments for your players.
Yes, you can attend ongoing learning opportunities delivered outside of Surrey at all levels. To explore all events please visit the dedicated page on England Football Learning by following the link below.
As per UEFA licencing requirements, Level 3 to 5 coaches are required to complete 15 hours of CPD every three years.
Your FA learning record displays all FA course completions including coaching qualifications, Safeguarding and First Aid, in addition to helping you manage and keep track of the number of CPD hours you’ve attained.
Login to your account: https://account.thefa.com/signin
If you are accessing your account via a mobile, click the 3 lines in the top-right hand corner of the screen and select “Learning”
If you are accessing your account from a PC or desktop, you will be presented with a dashboard – navigate to the ribbon along the top and select “Learning”
You should see a full list of training and CPD completions. Any outstanding mandatory training that is required will also show on this page, and will show as “expired”