Football: Confédération Africaine de Football (Caf) – C License coaching course 25 coaches go for their C license |20 August 2022
In its attempt to equip football coaches with more professionalism, the sport’s local governing body is presently conducting the Confédération Africaine de Football license C coaching course which will last for ten days.
The aim of the training which is gathering 25 coaches is for the Seychelles Football Federation (SFF) to ensure a steady raise in the quality level of coaching locally and to guarantee that each possesses the relevant license to perform his or her duties.
The Confédération Africaine de Football license (Caf) C coaching course was launched yesterday by the vice-president of the SFF, Dolor Ernesta, at Maison Football, Roche Caïman, and is being conducted by technical director – directeur technique national (DTN) – Osama Haroun, with the assistance of coaches Ralph-Jean Louis and Jim Louis.
The Caf has instituted a licensing system which will force coaches to fulfil some criteria before coaching locally or and in Africa and coaches must hold either a management diploma (managers) or a Caf A License also called Caf Pro licence, with the license C being the next phase.
The licensing programme seeks to set and promote benchmarks regarding coaching on the continent and help recognise African coaches for their knowledge and experience.
Its key objectives is to ensure that each African coach or any coach operating in Africa possess the relevant license to perform his or her duties.