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CAF B LICENCE COACHING COURSE – ADVERTISEMENT

BOTSWANA FOOTBALL ASOCIATION INVITES QUALIFIED COACHES TO APPLY FOR CAF B LICENSE TO BE HELD FROM 17TH MARCH TO SEPTEMBER 23RD 2024 IN THREE MODULES/PHASES.

During the breaks between phases, coaches are expected to keeplog-books of their internship work to be submitted a week prior to the next phase, failure to do so, the candidate shall not continue with the course.
 
QUALIFICATIONS:  CAF C – licence coaches who are active and have been participating for a minimumof 1 full season.
COMPETANCIES: THE COACH MUST BE:
 
1. Able to read & write English language
2. Computer literate
3. Able to play football or demostrate football skills
4. Provide a medical certificate and demostrating fitness to take part in physical activities.
 
REQUIREMENTS:
1. Certified copies of valid national identity(omang)
2. Certified copy of caf c licence certificate
3. Carriculum vitae with postal address, emails, contact # country of birth & town, country of residence, region of residence and gender.
4. Soft copy of passport size photo.
 
ASSESSMENT:
There shall be-
1. Three theory papers on the theory of football & theory of training.
2. Laws of the game
3. Contineous assessment mark (internship work + practical assessment during the course or phases.
4. Practical assessment at the end of the course.
 
 COURSE FEES: 
1. LOCAL COACHES:      BWP 9000.00
                2. FOREIGN COACHES: BWP 15000.00
 
For any clarification please email the BFA Technical Director @ tmphukuthi@bfa.co.bw
NB: the fees do not cover transport and accommodation, participants are expected to arrange for themselves.
Note: Foreign nationals shall only be considered when the space is available and requested for by their technical directors.
 
DEADLINE: 05th March 2024

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Kgatleng Region Appreciate Safeguarding Workshop

Our recent safeguarding workshop in the Kgatleng region was a great opportunity to discuss significant steps towards safer and more inclusive football sport.
 
The association is very committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable people this past weekend, the association had an opportunity to address the coaches and administrators of the Kgatleng region on the importance of prevention through education and awareness programs, Protection by implementing robust policies and procedures, Provision of support services for those affected, and Partnership by collaborating with relevant organizations and agencies to ensure a comprehensive approach to safeguarding.
 
Their dedication to the welfare of children and people who are exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed, either physically or emotionally was truly commendable.
 
Let’s keep spreading awareness and making a positive impact in our football and community!

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