Coaching ● May 21, 2020
EXPLAINER: FAS Introductory Coaching Course
Course participants and officials from a FAS Introductory Coaching Course
The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) Introductory Coaching Course is a standalone course that equips participants with the basic knowledge and skills for coaching.
The course serves as a platform for aspiring coaches to experience the demands of higher-level coaching courses and it is a pre-requisite prior to attending the FAS/AFC ‘C‘ Diploma (SG-Coach Level 1 Full Integration) Coaching Course.
This course is targeted at youths (18 years and above), volunteer coaches and working adults who aspire to pursue higher coaching pathways in an amateur club or youth programme through the FAS/AFC ‘C‘ Diploma (SG-Coach Level 1 Full Integration) Coaching Course.
There is no pre-requisite for this course. However, course participants are required to be physically fit to participate in physical activities (such as passing and running with the ball) during the course.
An example of a feedback session given by the Coach Developers with a course participant
The duration of the FAS Introductory Coaching Course consists of a total of 32 hours, which comprises of theory and practical components (in-course):
|In-Course (32 hours)
|Post-Course (16 hours)
|Course participants may be recommended to be mentored by a licensed coach and clock coaching hours for 6 months before registering their interest for the next available FAS/AFC ‘C‘ Diploma (SG-Coach Level 1 Full Integration) Coaching Course.
An example of a group discussion among course participants
Upon completion of the course, course participants will be recommended to register for the next available FAS/AFC ‘C‘ Diploma (SG-Coach Level 1 Full Integration) Coaching Course.
Find out more about FAS Coaching HERE