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    Posted: 07 Nov 2017 at 2:18pm
Just did it recently, thought it was really good. Big step up from anything below it
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Heard it be expensive enough. 600€

I know I shouldn't be promoting foreign places but the DFB do the UEFA B for half the price of that.

If looking to get that I'd say apply to do it in Germany, all courses are in English and if you are coming from another country they put you in a hotel
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote John W Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 Nov 2017 at 3:29pm
Ive recently completed it, yes its expensive at 600 (my club covered half), its a real step up and I think is a good link between lower level coaching courses and what is expected at licence level.
we got to watch Cork City v Sligo and do a player assessment, really enjoyable assignment and then coached 11 v 11 for Cork u15 trial games the following morning.
 
I have good time for the work Niall O'Regan has done over last couple of years restructuring the coach education set up in Ireland.
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Was on the pilot for it this time last year, so got it at the old Youth Cert price. 
Couple of teething problems on it (timing, standing around etc) but thought it was an excellent course overall, the "homework" and pre assignment work that was needed to be completed was very good and real eye opener.

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Originally posted by lassassinblanc lassassinblanc wrote:

Heard it be expensive enough. 600€

I know I shouldn't be promoting foreign places but the DFB do the UEFA B for half the price of that.

If looking to get that I'd say apply to do it in Germany, all courses are in English and if you are coming from another country they put you in a hotel

Noway I never knew that? 

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I'll be doing my UEFA A Licence next year please god, I think once you've done coaching badges with one association I don't think it's as easy as deciding to go and do another course somewhere else mind. 


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Originally posted by Green Devil Green Devil wrote:

Originally posted by lassassinblanc lassassinblanc wrote:

Heard it be expensive enough. 600€

I know I shouldn't be promoting foreign places but the DFB do the UEFA B for half the price of that.

If looking to get that I'd say apply to do it in Germany, all courses are in English and if you are coming from another country they put you in a hotel

Noway I never knew that? 

That's class Clap

I'll be doing my UEFA A Licence next year please god, I think once you've done coaching badges with one association I don't think it's as easy as deciding to go and do another course somewhere else mind. 



Not sure tbh, I'd imagine you know more then me about it, best of  on the quest for the A
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